|Statement||[by] Holger H. Herwig.|
|LC Classifications||VB315.G4 H47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 298 p.|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||74158685|
Weimar, the German naval officer corps and the rise of national socialism Paperback – Find all the books, read about the author, and by: 1. This book is very good. It deals with social and political aspects of the Naval Officer Corps of Imperial () Germany. The reason why I find this book so good is that it covers a topicto which usually no attention is given.4/5. accepted active Admiral Admiralty Staff allowed army attempt August BA-MA battle became become Berlin British cadets candidates Capelle Captain changes Chief command concerning construction decision deck-officers Deist demanded Department deputies desirable deutschen discussion effect engineer engineer-officers especially executive officer corps existed fact families final forced further German German Navy . The book is at once a study of the U.S. officer corps before World War II, a valuable analysis of U.S. and German officer training and education, and a stinging comparison of the two armies' military cultures.”--Robert Citino, author of The German Way of War and Path to BlitzkriegCited by: 8.
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