Why Germany Nearly Won, Steven D. Mercatante.
Makes a convincing argument that quality was more important than
quantity when deciding the outcome of the Second World War, from the
initial German successes in the West and against the USSR to the final
Allied victory. Looks at the quality of the equipment used on both
sides, the training and experience of the armies and the quality of the
higher commands and their battle plans and argues that these factors
were more important than brute force in deciding the course of the war. A
fascinating, well made argument.
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