Discussions on High Command, strategy and the Armed Forces (Wehrmacht) in general.
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Jan-Hendrik wrote:The most brutal read I met so far was the follwoing:
Johann Huber- 'So war es wirklich',
A ROB that joint 7.PzDiv. for his 'Frontbewährung just in January 1945, bevor the Soviet Offensive towards the Reich. I read in just one day& night, could not stop. The most intensive personal report on the last six month of war I have ever read!
Thanks to Marko Vidmar who pointed my nose at this masterpiece!!
@Jan-Hendrik: did you arleady read "ausmeinerzeit" from Werner Brähler? Especially the parts of his time at the Unteroffizierschule and Frontbewährung are very interesting.
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No, I still did not had the time...
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I have been wondering, what rank is a commander of an officer school, is it Oberst, Oberstleutnent, Hauptmann etc.
Doing some research on Kriegsschulen by the way
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during my father's officer training at Kriegsschule Hannover, Oberst Lindemann served there as commander.