Infantry attacks / by Erwin Rommel ; with a new introduction by Manfred Rommel.
Publication year: 1990.
Call Number D640 .R6413 1990 ; D532.3 .R55 1990
Media class: Book
Publisher: London : Greenhill Books ;Novato, Calif. : Presidio Press
ISBN: 0891413855 9780891413851 1853670642 9781853670640
Translation of: Infanterie greift an.
Additional information: xv, 265 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
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"Based on his own experiences in the First World War, Rommel discusses and analyses the tactics that lay behind his success ... As a leader of a small unit, he proved himself an aggressive and versatile commander, with a reputation of using the terrain of the battleground for his own advantage, for gathering in as much intelligence on the enemy, as he could, and for seeking out and exploiting enemy weaknesses. For his achievements in [World War I] he was awarded Germany's highest order for valour"--Dust jacket.
pt. 1. The war of movement : Belgium and Northern France, 1914. Fighting at Bleid and Doulcon Woods -- Battles at Gesnes, Defuy Woods, and Rembercourt -- Fighting near Montblainville -- pt. 2. Trench warfare in the Argonne and High Vosges. Attack in the Charlotte Valley -- Trench fighting at "Central" and in the Charlotte Valley -- Raids in the "Pinetree Knob" sector, High Vosges -- pt. 3. Open warfare in Rumania and the Carpathians, 1917. From Skurduk Pass to Vidra -- First operations against Mount Cosna -- Further operations at Mount Cosna -- The first day of the Tolmein offensive -- The second day of the Tolmein offensive -- The third day of the Tolmein offensive -- Pursuit across the Tagliamento and Piave Rivers, October 26, 1917-January 1, 1918.
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