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The German Army at Cambrai,
This review is from: The German Army at Cambrai (Hardcover)
The other reviewers have covered many of the standout parts of this book, some of which will be familiar to readers of Jack Sheldon's previous work. The depth of research; the eye for a telling ancedote; the grasp of military tactics and so on. But I found the most interesting areas to be the discussion on the workings of the German General staff and the effects the British tempo of operations was begining to have on limiting German options.
The best volume so far I believe.