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Defeating Hitler : Whitehall's secret report on why Hitler lost the war

Author: Paul Winter; Great Britain. Chiefs of Staff Committee. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee.
Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Published for the very first time, the top secret report Some Weaknesses in German Strategy and Organisation 1933 - 1945 was prepared by Whitehall's highest intelligence body, the Joint Intelligence Committee, and presented to Britain's Chiefs of Staff in 1946 to 'set down certain aspects of the War whilst there are still sources available who were closely connected with the events described'. Paul Winter sets this  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sources
Named Person: Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Winter; Great Britain. Chiefs of Staff Committee. Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee.
ISBN: 9781441196354 1441196358
OCLC Number: 798797044
Notes: Comprises text and appendices of report entitled: Some weaknesses in German strategy and organisation, 1933-1945 : report by the Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee, presented Oct. 20, 1946.
Description: xxii, 408 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: The Report: Some Weaknesses in German Strategy and Organisation 1933-1945. --
Some weaknesses in German strategy and organisation, 1933-1945: Report / by the Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee. Section 1: Hitler's grand design ; Events which interfered with the execution of the design ; Decline and final defeat. --
German weaknesses. Hitler ; Machinery of joint command ; The weaknesses of German intelligence ; Organisation of German war production. --
Appendix. The forging of the German war machine ; The German political scene ; Nazi machinery of government ; The machinery of joint command ; The German Secret Intelligence Service (GIS) ; German War production ; The organisation of German military supply ; Poland 1939 ; Norway ; The West (Up to December 1942) ; The Balkans (Up to the winter of 1941) ; The East (Up to the fall of Stalingrad) ; The Balkans (From the Winter of 1941-42 to 1945) ; The West (1943-45) ; The East (1943-45) ; The Mediterranean ; German Naval Strategy ; The U-boat War ; German Air strategy.
Other Titles: Some weaknesses in German strategy and organisation, 1933-1945
Responsibility: Paul Winter.

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Gives fresh insights into Hitler's personality and how Nazi Germany's military and intelligence apparatus operated. This title encompasses the peculiar idiosyncrasies of Hitler's personality and the  Read more...

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Dr Winter has placed us all deeply in his debt by making available this historic document, which is as valuable for all students of Intelligence as it is for those of the Second World War. * Read more...

 
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