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Zehn Jahre Und Zwanzig Tage Erinnerungen 1935 1945

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Nts something soldiers rarely do This makes or a objective recollection the book holds many interesting objective recollection The book holds many interesting about the battleHighly recommended or anyone interested in this objective recollection The book holds many interesting details about the battleHighly recommended or anyone interested in this theater of operation and submarine warfare Starting his career in WW1 as uboat captain this remarkable man climbed the hierarchy of the navy to become hochadmiral of the navy Then at the twilight of it all he became Fuerer or two weeks Long enoughto cow mighty Himmler to accept him as leader pointing a gun at Himmler s ace to orce as leader pointing a gun at Himmler s ace to orce into submission boy would I love to see that and to orce Keitel to sign unconditional surrender on the part of the ruined reichAt dresden he got a vedrict of 10 years 20 days And then became Karol Doenitz Ex uerer ex high admiral A readable book about a hardworking man who did the best in any position he was in An interesting memoir by a professional German naval officer who remained loyal to Der Fuhrer right to the end Was amazed to learn that the Germans never realized that the Enigma codes had been broken and that their radio transmissions were being read by the Allies. ; America's neutrality before its entry into the war; the Normandy invasion; the July 1944 bomb plot; his encounters with Raeder Göring Speer Himmler and Hitler; as well as his own brief tenure as the last Führer Doenitz's invaluable work allows the reader to view the war at sea through the periscope's Professional naval officer endured to ight or what he believed in and To Serve His Country serve his country the best of his abilities A struggle that many military servicemembers of any country aceThe majority of the book is about the Battle of the Atlantic and the conclusion of WWII rom a German perspective I would recommend this to anyone interested in WWII German U Boat Operations and hearing rom Hitler s successor at the end of it all A great read if a little dry but Karl isn t a novelist so that s to be expected This book gave me a new perspective on the war through the This book gave me a new perspective on the war through the of a man whose talent and humanity was wasted on a regime of monsters and FOOLS GRAND ADMIRAL DONITZ WAS A Grand Admiral Donitz was a soldier much like his counterpart Rommel and we re lucky Hitler didn t listen to him As ar as I am concerned one of the definite must read book on the Battle of the Atlantic Doenitz delivers an honnest account of his experience of the operational and strategical direction of the battleThe author reuently refers to the official history of the Royal Navy to either confirm or infirm his own view on specific eve. Handful of U boats sinking 145 million tons and nearly deciding the Battle of the Atlantic Sentenced to ten years at the Nuremberg Trials Doenitz wrote his memoirs upon his release In a clear irm style he discusses the planning and execution of the U boat campaign; the controversial sinking of the Laconia. This is a pretty dry read however it is very well written and very interesting given the act that it was written by the man who orchestrated Germany s U Boat operations during WWII and written by the man who orchestrated Germany s U Boat operations during WWII and also Hitler s successor ollowing Hitler s death As a submariner and engineer myself I particularly appreciated Doenitz technical style of writing which included numbers and analysis given by official records of the war therefore a lot of his memoir isn t just based on recollection but supported by official records kept by the allies the memoirs of others and his own war diary he kept throughout the war It s also very intersting to learn that Doenitz knew nothing of the persecution of the Jewish people and in act knew nothing of the persecution of the Jewish people and in Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science (and What I've Learned So Far) fact appalled to learn of it at the end of the war I think this supports theact that many German soldiers sailors and airmen were really just Serenity Role Playing Game fighting to serve their country while the Nazi political operators and a select number of military personnel were the real perpetrators against humanity The Germans were certainly the aggressors but Doenitz memoir revealed to me the personal struggle that Commander of the U boatleet Supreme Naval Commander and inally Hitler's successor in the last days of the Third Reich Grand Admiral Karl Doenitz 1891–1980 has been condemned as a Nazi and praised as one of the most brilliant and honorable military Doenitz 1891–1980 has been condemned as a Nazi and praised as one of the most brilliant and honorable military of the war His wolfpack tactics resulted in