HITLER'S WAVE-BREAKER CONCEPT: An Analysis of the German End Game in the Baltic
Offers an in-depth look at the withdrawal of Army Group North from the Soviet Union in World War II, and how Hitler guessed wrong on the use of some of his strongest forces. Lunde brings a cool-headed analysis to the debate, exploring Hitler's reasons for maintaining control of the Baltic coast. Photos.
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