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The Memoirs of Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel

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These extraordinary memoirs written by German Field-Marshal Wilhelm keitel (1882-1946) in the six weeks before he was hung in Nuremberg for war crimes offers readers an unparalleled insider's view of the blitzkrieg against Poland, the conquest of France, and the brutal campaign against the Soviet Union. Most startling is his account of the final eighteen days of the Thrid Reich, which he personally directed.

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These extraordinary memoirs written by German Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel (1882-1946) in the six weeks before he was hanged in Nuremberg for war crimes offer readers an unparalleled, insider's view of the Wehrmacht, Hitler, and the events that made World War II the most devastating conflict of modern times. Most startling is Keitel's firsthand account of the final eighteen days of the Third Reich, when he personally directed the last-ditch fighting in Berlin.

Synopsis:

These memoirs, written by German Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel (1882-1946), in the six weeks before he was hanged in Nuremberg for war crimes, offer the reader an inside view of the Wehrmacht, Hitler and key events of World War II. There is an account of the final 18 days of the Third Reich.

Synopsis:

These extraordinary memoirs--written by German Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel in the six weeks before he was hanged in Nuremberg for war crimes--offers readers an unparalleled, insider's view of the Wehrmacht, Hitler, and the events that made WWII the most devastating conflict of modern times.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780815410720
Editor:
Gorlitz, Walter
Introduction:
Ziemke, Earl Frederick
Introduction by:
Ziemke, Earl Frederick
Introduction:
Ziemke, Earl Frederick
Editor:
Gorlitz, Walter
Author:
Gorlitz, Walter
Author:
Keitel, Wilhelm
Translator:
Ziemke, Earl Frederick
Publisher:
Cooper Square Publishers
Location:
New York
Subject:
General
Subject:
Military - World War II
Subject:
World war, 1939-1945
Subject:
Military
Subject:
Germany
Subject:
Generals
Subject:
Historical - Holocaust
Subject:
Generals -- Germany.
Subject:
Biography-Military
Edition Description:
1st Cooper Square Press ed.
Series Volume:
v. 1
Publication Date:
20000931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
296
Dimensions:
8.97x6.03x.72 in. .89 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , These extraordinary memoirs written by German Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel (1882-1946) in the six weeks before he was hanged in Nuremberg for war crimes offer readers an unparalleled, insider's view of the Wehrmacht, Hitler, and the events that made World War II the most devastating conflict of modern times. Most startling is Keitel's firsthand account of the final eighteen days of the Third Reich, when he personally directed the last-ditch fighting in Berlin.
"Synopsis" by , These memoirs, written by German Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel (1882-1946), in the six weeks before he was hanged in Nuremberg for war crimes, offer the reader an inside view of the Wehrmacht, Hitler and key events of World War II. There is an account of the final 18 days of the Third Reich.
"Synopsis" by , These extraordinary memoirs--written by German Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel in the six weeks before he was hanged in Nuremberg for war crimes--offers readers an unparalleled, insider's view of the Wehrmacht, Hitler, and the events that made WWII the most devastating conflict of modern times.
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