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Hitler's Ardennes Offensive: The German View of the Battle of the Bulge


Hitler's Ardennes Offensive: The German View of the Battle of the Bulge
Edited by Danny S. Parker

List Price: $14.95 
Paperback: 246 Pages 11 b/w photos
ISBN: 1-85367-683-7
Publisher: Greenhill Books
Publish Date: July 15, 2006




New in Print


"Parker has succeeded admirably in making available the thoughts and recollections of the battle of the Bulge's key German leaders. This is a useful work. By placing primary source material into the hands of historians who can then reach their own conclusions about one of history's greatest battles, Parker has performed a service which will hopefully be imitated by others." – Army History: The Professional Bulletin of Army History

• German assessments of the Ardennes offensive
• First-hand accounts by the senior officers involved
• Vital for readers seeking a fresh perspective

Hitler's Ardennes Offensive is a unique work giving unparalleled insight into the German view of the offensive known to Germany as Wacht am Rhein and to the Allies as the Battle of the Bulge. The book vividly recounts how Hitler and his generals perceived the progress and ultimate failure of their final great assault.

The Ardennes offensive in December 1944 surprised the Allies with its ferocity, and was intended to turn the course of the war in Germany's favour. Numerous subsequent accounts of the battle have tended towards the perspective of the Allied victors, lacking first-hand detail about German intentions and operations. Now for the first time in a single volume, historian Danny S. Parker has brought together many rare documents representing the views of all the major personalities within the German army headquarters. These include Oberstgruppenführer Josef Dietrich and Generalmajor Fritz Krämer, General Hasso von Manteuffel, Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel and others. Everything from preparations for the offensive, to attitudes during the campaign and after it was brought to a close are covered in this book, providing a fascinating and invaluable record of the German perspective, essential for a balanced view of the battle.

About the Author:
Former consultant to the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Danny S. Parker is a military historian whose other books include Battle of the Bulge and To Win the Winter Sky. He lives in Cocoa Beach, Florida.

From Amazon.com:
Now in paperback, this classic work gives unparalleled insight into the German view of the offensive known to Germany as Wacht am Rhein and to the Allies as the Battle of the Bulge. The book vividly recounts how Hitler and his generals perceived the progress and ultimate failure of their final great assault. The Ardennes offensive in December 1944 surprised the Allies with its ferocity, and was intended to turn the course of the war in Germany's favour. Numerous subsequent accounts of the battle have tended towards the perspective of the Allied victors, lacking first-hand detail about German intentions and operations. Now for the first time in a single volume, historian Danny S. Parker has brought together many rare documents representing the views of all the major personalities within the German army headquarters. These include Oberstgruppenfuhrer Josef Dietrich and Generalmajor Fritz Kramer, General Hasso von Manteuffel, Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel and others. Everything from preparations for the offensive, to attitudes to the whole campaign before it started and after it was brought to a close are covered in this book. As with Fighting in Hell and The Anvil of War, two Greenhill books presenting accounts of campaigns in Russia written by the senior German officers involved, Hitler's Ardennes Offensive provides a fascinating and invaluable record of the German perspective, essential for a balanced view of the battle.

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