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The Third Reich At War

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First published as The Mammoth Book of the Third Reich at War. From the humble beginnings of Adolf Hitler in Austria to him becoming the most powerful man in Europe and his ultimate downfall with Berlin lying in ruins, The Third Reich at War studies the battles in the air, on land and at sea thateventually toppled the Nazi regime.

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624 pages
Published (first published 1997)
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well the author covered a huge amount of territory. From a short history of the first and second Reich, to the rise of Hitler and the preparation of his war machine, through each campaign and finally the collapse and aftermath.

His writing is concise, factual but doesn't long enough the develop the personalities behind the names. Its easy to imagine that a whole book could be written on Rommel, Himmler or Goering let alone the myriad of other Nazi figures and their opponents.

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618 pages of man's inhumanity to man. A prodigious tome of the first two Reichs and culminating in a meticulous rendition of the Nazi real estate expansion and population limiting run from the mid-30s LMFAO era to the mid-40s WTF work stoppage and reconstruction requirement. Planners, players and prosecutors are featured with insights into their psyches, substances and seizures.
Oct 12, 2013 Marc94 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was full of information, but there were multiple typographical errors throughout the book and sometimes a few inacurracies. But I would recommend it to people interested in WWII.
Rob Christiansen
A little sparse compared to other books on the same subject
Not very memorable.
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