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Lost Victories: War Memoirs of Hitler's Most Brilliant General (Zenith Military Classics) Paperback – Illustrated, 29 Oct 2004
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Manstein;s Lost Victories is definatly one of the more interesting and informative German autobigraphies to emerge from World War II. New publishers Zenith press is to be commended for republishing it --WWII History
Accounts of the various campaigns in which Manstein took part rank among the best of World War II. One of the most valuable portions of the book is his accounts of his meetings with Hitler and his evaluation of the latter as a military leader.
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Highlights for me were his gripping description of the Crimea campaign, account of Stalingrad/6th Army, also the intricacies/timing of the retreat from Donetz to Dnieper (plus interesting "what-if's" on the proposed construction of an Ostwall etc). The book is overall so good I might change these selections after re-reading... I also was disappointed by his brief coverage of Zitadelle/Citadel but found a satisfactory substitute in "Blood, Steel and Myth" by George M. Nipe.
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