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|Title:||The Wehrmacht retreats: Fighting a losing war, 1943 by Robert M. Citino: Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2012. Pp. xxviii. 410.|
|Citation:||International History Review, 36(4): 808-810, (August 2014)|
|Abstract:||Robert M. Citino’s latest work on the campaigns of the Wehrmacht (the German armed forces) in 1943 builds on his previous book on the Wehrmacht’s defeats in 1942, published in 2007, also by the University of Kansas Press. The focus here is on land power and Professor Citino has less to say on naval and air operations. Alongside Citino’s earlier scholarship on the German Army and operational ‘art’ before 1942 and, one assumes, future works on German war-fighting in 1944 and 1945, Citino is producing a comprehensive account of the German Army at war in this period. But what is the operational level of war that underpins Citino’s studies?|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Politics, History and Law Research Papers|
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