Strategy - Hitler's Run of Victory Summary & Analysis

Basil Liddell Hart
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Hitler's Run of Victory Summary and Analysis

The events recounted in this chapter begin in 1939, well after Hitler had begun what was or appeared to be a setup to find a way of attacking the rears of Spain and France. He had already gained political ascendancy in Germany, mainly by exploiting infighting, which is the same way that most divorce attorneys make their money.

The use of mechanization was another technological transition that made new gains and some moves in warfare possible. What began with the "turnaround" of the fallen condition of Germany led to renewed health, followed by an expansion that was, in reality, quite successful until it began to overstretch its own bounds. Once overstretched in territories, maintaining the condition was only increased in its difficulty.

One additional factor of major importance was for the leaders and troops on one...

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