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Infantry Attacks

Infantry Attacks

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Military BiographiesMilitary StrategyWorld War II

ISBN10: 1626543194
ISBN13: 9781626543195
Publisher: Echo Point Books & Media
Published: Dec 11 2015
Pages: 280
Weight: 0.83
Height: 0.59 Width: 6.00 Depth: 9.00
Language: English

Infantry Attacks is a classic text in the field of military strategy. Written by German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, it was first published in 1937 as a journal-esque chronicle of the author's experiences in World War I and the lessons he learned there. In it, he provides detailed accounts of a variety of military strategies that rely on speed, deception, and deep penetration into enemy territory to intimidate and surprise opposing forces. Considered by his troops and enemies alike to be a humane, professional and immensely skilled officer, Rommel's use of intimidation and the advantage of surprise often forced enemies to surrender quickly, thereby avoiding unnecessary risk of injury and death for his troops (and their enemies), exertion, and expenditure of ammunition.

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