Strategy Characters

Basil Liddell Hart
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Hitler of Modern Europe

The author presents this general without political bias. Some may find this offensive but others will not. One reason that he was a great general, according to the author, is that his ability to achieve victory without bloodshed was superior to many other Great Generals throughout history. For the Allied mind, this may come as a shock, for he is associated with the savage elimination of Jews and with the aggressive occupation of most of Western and Central Europe. Nevertheless, the truth is that he actually was not one of the bloodthirstier generals at all. In reality, the largest problem with Hitler was that he was probably "supposed to" and even had the potential to surpass his famous predecessor Napoleon Bonaparte, but only equaled that man instead. Here, one must ask oneself if Hitler was mentally "crippled" or "held back" or "attacked" by the idea...

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