Inside the Nazi War Machine: How Three Generals Unleashed Hitler's Blitzkrieg Upon the World

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In 1940, as Hitler plotted to conquer Europe, only one nation posed a serious threat to the Third Reich's domination: France. The German command was wary of taking on the most powerful armed force on the continent. But three low-ranking generals-Eric von Manstein, Heinz Guderian, and Erwin Rommel-were about to change the face of modern warfare.

By grouping tanks into juggernauts to slam through enemy lines, the blitzkrieg was born. With this aggressive, single-minded plan, the ...

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Inside the Nazi War Machine: How Three Generals Unleashed Hitler's Blitzkrieg Upon the World

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Overview

In 1940, as Hitler plotted to conquer Europe, only one nation posed a serious threat to the Third Reich's domination: France. The German command was wary of taking on the most powerful armed force on the continent. But three low-ranking generals-Eric von Manstein, Heinz Guderian, and Erwin Rommel-were about to change the face of modern warfare.

By grouping tanks into juggernauts to slam through enemy lines, the blitzkrieg was born. With this aggressive, single-minded plan, the Nazis bypassed the supposedly impenetrable Maginot Line, charged into the heart of France, and alerted the world that the deadly might of Germany could no longer be ignored.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780451232656
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 9/6/2011
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 757,112
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Bevin Alexander is the author of ten books on military history, including How Wars Are Won and How Hitler Could Have Won World War II. He is an adjunct professor at Longwood University in Virginia.

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    Posted September 16, 2013

    The Exo-Force story and rules.

    Humanity lived for many years in peace on the mountain. This all changed when Sensei Kieken, a genius martial artist and technologist, created Mecha-One, a sentient golden robot to help with the Mining of a mysterious power source in the moutain. The idea caught on, and many more robots were made, although no one could replicate the artificial intelligence of Mecha-One. The Robots proved useful as laborers, until one day, Keiken decided to give Mecha-One the pass code to control the other robot laborers. Almost inevitably, the next thing Humankind knew was the robots attacking all humans. A task force was quickly assembled, the Exo-Force, to defend humans from the "robot menace." They suceeded, but the final battle deep inside the mountain split the Mountain in two, and Mecha-One fell in the crevace below. Forty years later, Humankind has rebuilt, and bridges span the two halves of the mountain. But, again, this was not to last. Mecha-One rebuilt his android army, and swiftly took over one half of the mountain. Humanity was left in pieces, with only a few small groups hiding in shelters across the half of the mountain that has not been taken over. But all was not lost. Sensei Keiken found a old hanger stocked with Exo-Suits, or Battle Machines, the superweapons the Legendary Exo-Force used in their battle against the Robots. He spent ten years searching for suitable canidates to pilot the Machines, for only certain people had the "Spark" that was required to pilot the Machines. Eventually, he found enough to rebuild the Exo-Force. <br>
    Takeshi: A hotheaded youth who's whole family was killed when the Robots took over. He/she will do anything to stop the Robots, even disobey a direct order. <br>
    Hi-Ya-To: A bumbling trickster who is suprisingly an amazing strategest. He\she is from a small villiage on the Human Half of the mountain. <br>
    Hikaru: See my bio.. <br>
    Ryo: A talented engineer. He/she is from a mining colony who was resposible for building the bridges that span the two sides of the mining colony. Although he/she doesn't typically fight, he/she's very skilled at it. <p>
    The New Exo-Force looked like it was going to win.. until Mecha-One unleashed his master plan. A bug in the Force's piloting computers... All of the Pilots were put in a coma, rendering them unable to stop the Robot forces from sweeping the mountain. Sensei Kieken and his Niece, Hitomi, berely managed to escape from the base with their and the pilot's lives. Now, a very small group of the last humans on the planet is refuging inside the Legendary Golden City, the capital of Humankind during it's peak, considered lost. However, even though the pilots's Battle Machines have been upgraded, and they've been joined by new pilots, Mecha-One seeks to eradicate humanity.. forever. The Exo-Force make their last stand here.. FOR HUMANITY!!! <p>
    Rules: You don't have to play as one of the pilots listed here, but I hope that you choose to. You can choose the gender, what they look like, and if you want to, the name given can be a last name. You get to choose what your Exo-Suit looks like. If you don't, feel free to make up your own character. The main rule is to have fun, and don't godmod. ((Okay, that's two rules.)) Bios are result three, main roleplay is result two. ((Although they may switch around.))

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    Posted September 25, 2012

    Firekit

    Firekit goes vack to the camp abd she says "I already know how to fight."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2012

    Shecat torture and force mating

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