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Field Marshal Erich von Manstein described his book as a personal narrative of a soldier, discussing only those matters that had direct bearing on events in the military field. The essential thing, as he wrote, is to "know how the main personalities thought and reacted to events.
His account is detailed, yet dispassionate and objective. In retrospect, perhaps his book takes on an even greater significance. Parents, teachers, and students: Visit our new K Student Library. Last edited by Anand Chitipothu. November 23, History.
By Erich von Manstein. Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks. Verlorene Siege Erich von Manstein. Want to Read. About the Book. People Adolf Hitler , Erich von Manstein Places Europe , Germany. Times Lost victories , Zenith Press. Download for print-disabled. Better World Books Amazon Bookshop. Verlorene Siege. Paperback in English - New Ed edition. Lost victories , Arms and Armour Press. Lost victories , Presidio. Better World Books. Lost victories.
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Verlorene Siege by Erich Von Manstein
The book was first published in West Germany in , then in Spain in Many historians have called Verlorene Siege unreliable and apologetic. German historian Volker Berghahn wrote about the book, "Its title gave the story away: it had been Hitler's dogmatism and constant interference with the strategic plans and operational decisions of the professionals that had cost Germany its victory against Stalin". In the book, Manstein presented his own experiences, ideas and decisions as they appeared to him during the s and s.
In the book, Manstein presented his own experiences, ideas and decisions as they appeared to him at the time during the s and s. He wrote his book not as a historical investigator, but as one who played an active part in the story he was relating. Manstein writes that on the eve of World War II , Hitler's unprecedented successes in the pre-war period, which included the remilitarization of the Rhineland , the Anschluss of Austria, and the peaceful conquest of the Czech Republic, meant that the generals of the general staff had begun to trust him, believing that he would never lead the country into a war on two fronts, as the German leaders of had done. Manstein started the war as Rundstedt's Chief of Staff during the invasion of Poland.