Infantry Attacks. General Field Marshall Erwin Rommel. 1944 First American Ed
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Infantry Attacks. General Field Marshall Erwin Rommel. 1944 First American Ed:
Infantry Attacks. General Field Marshall Erwin Rommel. Washington: The Infantry Journal. 1944, first American Edition. 265 pp. Translated from the German by Lieutenant Colonel G. E. Kidde. Originally published 1937 by Ludwig Voggenreiter, Potsdam. "Published and Distributed in the Public Interest by Authority of the Alien Property Custodian Under License No. A-196"--title page. Illustrated with drawings and maps. Rommel exerted an almost hypnotic influence not only over his own troops but also over the Allied soldiers of the Eighth Army in the Second World War. Even when the legend of Rommel's invincibility at El Alamein was overturned, the aura surrounding the man himself remained unsullied. In this classic book on the art of war, one of the most brilliant & respected military leaders of the 20th century discusses and analyzes some of the tactics that lay behind his successes in the First World War. Rommel's reflections on his small unit command experiences in World War One, principally on the Austro-Italian Alpine front, but also on the Western Front in 1914. Very good condition, edge wear, protected with a clear, acid free dust jacket, former owner’s signature on first blank page, front hinge split.
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