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Der Hinge Faktor: Wie Zufall und menschliche Dummheit Weltgeschichte schreiben [German] [Hardcover]

Erik Durschmied
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  • Hardcover: 287 pages
  • Publisher: Böhlau (1998)
  • ISBN-10: 3205988477
  • ISBN-13: 978-3205988472
  • Product Dimensions: 24.2 x 17.6 x 2.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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5.0 out of 5 stars An interested military history book 13 Dec 2005
Format:Hardcover
In this book, the author takes seventeen situations (sixteen battles and the non-violent collapse of East Germany), and shows how things other than military brilliance brought the situation to its climax. Sometimes it was stupidity, sometimes it was arrogance, and one time it was the lack of some nails!
The narrative of each story is well written and presented in all of its fascination. What I liked about this book was that the author presented a number of battles that I have never bothered to read about before, and includes many details that I had never encountered about the ones I had read! I highly recommend this book
In case it helps your decision, the chapters are on Troy (1184 BC), Hattin (1187), Agincourt (1415), Karansebes (1788), Waterloo (1815), Balaclava (1854), Antietam (1862) Koniggratz (1866), Spioen Kop (1900), Tannenberg (1914), Tanga (1914), France (1940), North Atlantic (1941), Moscow (1941), Vietnam (1968), Berlin (1989), and the Persian Gulf (1991).
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