By Wilhelm Adam,Tony Le Tissier
Colonel Wilhelm Adam, senior ADC to normal Paulus, commander of the German sixth military at Stalingrad, wrote a compelling and arguable memoir describing the German defeat, his time as a prisoner of struggle with Paulus, and his conversion to communism. Now, for the 1st time, his German textual content has been translated into English.
His account offers an intimate perception into occasions on the sixth military headquarters through the increase to Stalingrad and the protracted and devastating conflict for ownership of town. In brilliant element he recollects the pointy character clashes one of the senior commanders and their excessive disputes approximately strategies and method, yet he additionally documents the ordeal of the German troops trapped within the encirclement and his personal function within the fighting.
The amazing tale he tells, fluently translated via Tony Le Tissier, deals a surely clean standpoint at the conflict, and it finds a lot in regards to the triumphing attitudes and demanding own relationships of the commanders at Stalingrad and at Hitler's headquarters.
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With Paulus at Stalingrad by Wilhelm Adam,Tony Le Tissier