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WORLD WAR II COMMANDERS

Ian Westwell

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The Attack On Poland To The Surrender Of Japan


This heavily illustrated volume examines in detail, with insightful comment, the important commanders of all arms of service and incorporates all the major belligerent nations during World War II. A comprehensive introduction provides an overview of the ranks of the period, the structure of the armed forces, how commanders were trained and selected forces and how promotions (even demotions) were carried out, in the field and by other means.


It also looks at who controlled the armed forces and how political leaders interfaced with the military during the war. The main focus of the book, however, is the concise career descriptions of approximately 180 individual commanders of countries and alliances, of military units and militias that determined the progress and the outcome of the war: they generally made decisions, led the troops, and instilled discipline, morale and fighting spirit for the soldiers, sailors, and airmen who fought the war in Europe and the Pacific.


World War II Commanders is a fascinating work of reference for military enthusiasts and historians alike.

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The Attack On Poland To The Surrender Of Japan

This heavily illustrated volume examines in detail, with insightful comment, the important commanders of all arms of service and incorporates all the major belligerent nations during World War II. A comprehensive introduction provides an overview of the ranks of the period, the structure of the armed forces, how commanders were trained and selected forces and how promotions (even demotions) were carried out, in the field and by other means.

It also looks at who controlled the armed forces and how political leaders interfaced with the military during the war. The main focus of the book, however, is the concise career descriptions of approximately 180 individual commanders of countries and alliances, of military units and militias that determined the progress and the outcome of the war: they generally made decisions, led the troops, and instilled discipline, morale and fighting spirit for the soldiers, sailors, and airmen who fought the war in Europe and the Pacific.

World War II Commanders is a fascinating work of reference for military enthusiasts and historians alike.


ISBN: 9781906347314
Format: Hardback
Author(s): Ian Westwell
First Publishment Date: 19 September 2009

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