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Posted March 6, 2000
David Downing's well-written account of the top German commanders is perhaps the best work on the subject. Focusing on the key campaigns in Europe and North Africa, the author was able to illuminate the triumphs and disasters of German generalship. Most of all, Downing successfully exposed the general quality of the Wehrmact's top commanders: they are, almost without exception, essentially technical masters with limited outlooks and this sealed Nazi Germany's fate in the end. A great read and a great bargain.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.