Hitler’s Headquarters

1939-1945

Ian Baxter

As well as being pathological about his security, Hitler believed only he could successfully oversee the Third Reich's operations. Thus he divided his time between his numerous HQs. We gain an insight into the atmosphere of fear and boredom, interspersed with outbursts of rage against his generals that existed in these installations.
Date Published :
February 2012
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Language:
English
Series :
Images of War
Illustration :
240 illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781848846289
Pages : 208
Dimensions : 9.5 X 7.5 inches
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$24.95

Overview
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As well as being pathological about his security, Hitler believed only he could successfully oversee the Third Reich’s operations. Thus he divided his time between his numerous HQs spread across his empire. We gain an insight into the atmosphere of fear and boredom, interspersed with outbursts of rage often against his generals that existed in these extraordinary installations

The book also reveals the extent of the engineering and building effort required to produce this chain of reinforced bunkers, which were constructed by huge labor forces of The Todt Organization

The book concludes with Hitler’s final days in Chancellery bunker as the Russians advanced on Berlin.

About The Author
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Ian Baxter is an avid collector of WW2 photographs. His previous books in this Series include Hitler’s Boy Soldiers, Nazi Concentration Camp Commandants and German Army on the Eastern Front – The Advance, German Army on the Eastern Front – The Retreat and Nazi Concentration Camp Commandants, The Crushing of Army Group (North) and the SS Waffen Division series including SS Leibstandarte Division and SS Totenkopf Division At War. He lives near Chelmsford, Essex.

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