Raleigh, John McCutcheon
June 1940
Saturday Evening Post;6/15/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 51, p27
Describes the way in which the German lightning war works. Military strategy used in the invasion of Poland; Objectives of the German Panzer armored offense; Construction emergencies met by German engineer officers; Efficiency of the intelligence sections of the German army; Art of concealment developed by the army; Morale of the German soldier.


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