Strategy - Hitler's Strategy Summary & Analysis

Basil Liddell Hart
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Hitler's Strategy Summary and Analysis

First and foremost, the author explains clearly that one of the most startling features about Hitler is that he wrote about and otherwise disclosed what it was that he was going to do before he did it, well into having taken over the country and making war upon other nations. The bad news is that from the point of valuing the indirect approach and the matter of not underrating one's opponents, this was a grievous error. The good news, from an unbiased perspective, is that this showed that as he succeeded at every phase, those who were already alerted to his plans developed the kind of confidence in him that comes about directly as a consequence of observing someone who acts upon his or her word and follows through effectively on plans.

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