AT THE HEART OF THE REICH: The Secret Diary of Hitler's Army Adjutant
Engel's diary sheds important light on the Fuhrer's core beliefs. He depicts Hitler as a vacillating, contrary man who might have encouraged his generals to impose themselves and argue their plan to rush Moscow, which ultimately contributed to the defeat of the Third Reich.
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