Strange Victory: Hitlers Conquest of France Ernest R. May

ISBN: 9780809088546

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608 pages


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Strange Victory: Hitlers Conquest of France  by  Ernest R. May

Strange Victory: Hitlers Conquest of France by Ernest R. May
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Strange Victory is a riveting book about France and Germany in the years leading up to World War II. Why did Hitler turn against France in the Spring of 1940 and not before? And why were his poor judgement and inadequate intelligence about theMoreStrange Victory is a riveting book about France and Germany in the years leading up to World War II. Why did Hitler turn against France in the Spring of 1940 and not before? And why were his poor judgement and inadequate intelligence about the Allies nonetheless correct? Why didnt France take the offensive earlier, when it might have led to victory?

What explains Frances failure to detect and respond to Germanys attack plan?Skillfully weaving together decisions of the high commands with the confused responses from exhausted and ill-informed, or ill-advised, officers in the field, the distinguished diplomatic historian Ernest R. May offers many new insights into the tragic paradoxes of the battle for France.



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