Strategy - Hitler's Fall Summary & Analysis

Basil Liddell Hart
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Hitler's Fall Summary and Analysis

The author informs the readers that Hitler's failure was in the realm of grand strategy. He had created a situation in which he needed to establish and settle physical boundaries of German dominance and then to generate support with a well placed sense of security among the peoples of the other nations of Europe. To show what this was is to remind readers that part of Belisarius of Rome and Napoleon of France's successes were founded in their popular support. People who were not even French were happy to have Napoleon rule over them. Hitler's difficulty with giving peoples throughout Europe the feeling that living in a united German-dominated continent would be fabulous was the main source of his downfall.

The other most substantial trouble was Hitler's challenges in terms of how much Germany could handle expansion, and then...

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