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Dunkirchen 1940: The German View of Dunkirk

Dunkirchen 1940: The German View of
AUTHOR R Kershaw
LANGUAGE English
BINDING Hardback
NO OF PAGES 352
ILLUSTRATIONS Photos & Illustrations
PRODUCT CODE 54377MIL
AVAILABILITY In Stock
£20.00

But what is the German view of this stunning Allied escape. Drawing on German interviews, diaries and unit post-action reports, Robert Kershaw creates a page-turning history of a battle that we thought we knew. Dunkirchen 1940 is the first major history on what went wrong for the Germans at Dunkirk. As supreme military commander, Hitler had seemingly achieved a miracle after the swift capitulation of Holland and Belgium, but with just seven kilometres before the panzers captured Dunkirk - the only port through which the trapped British Expeditionary force might escape - they came to a shuddering stop.
Hitler had lost control of his stunning advance. Only a detailed interpretation of the German perspective - historically lacking to date - can provide answers as to why. Drawing on his own military experience, his German language skills and his historian's eye for detail, Robert Kershaw creates a new history of this familiar battle. With a fresh angle on this famous conflict, Dunkirchen 1940 delves into the under-evaluated major German miscalculation both strategically and tactically that arguably cost Hitler the war.

AUTHOR R Kershaw
LANGUAGE English
BINDING Hardback
NO OF PAGES 352
ILLUSTRATIONS Photos & Illustrations
ISBN 9781472854377
PRODUCT CODE 54377MIL
AVAILABILITY In Stock
PRICE
£20.00