Panzer Leader - Chapter 9- Inspector-General of the Armored Troops Summary & Analysis

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In February 1943, Roosevelt and Churchill demand that Germany unconditionally surrender. Hitler's adjutant, Gen. Schmundt sees Guderian, and Guderian demands total power over the armored forces. This includes control over tank models of production and tank training school. Guderian is made the Inspector-General of Armored Troops. He also gets the right to make inspections of all armored troops. Guderian gathers an experienced staff in his old Berlin office, mostly composed of wounded tank officers. Guderian speaks at length to Field Marshall Milch and to Dr. Goebbels to have Hitler appoint a new Chief of the Army General Staff, but this is not possible. Guderian is forced to speak to a large number of German Generals. There, Guderian calls for the recreation of complete Panzer (tank) divisions. The tanks models to be built are Panzer...

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