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Tannenberg

Perry Pierik • Boek • paperback

  • Samenvatting
    Tannenberg; looking back, this town and battle symbolise an atypical
    episode in the First World War: the war of movement. In reality the
    war quickly turned into a trench war, such as we knew it in the West.
    With the battle at Tannenberg and the ones that followed, which all had
    a quite positive outcome for Germany, Ludendorff had left his mark.
    is untimately brought the duo Von Hindenburg - Ludendorff to the
    absolute military top of Germany. As from 1917 they, together with the
    emperor, dictated the course of the war. Ludendorff left such a heavy mark
    on everything that people also referred to it as 'Ludendor 's dictatorship'.
    Not only did he interfere in military matters, but also in politics, the war
    economy, propaganda, and he played a decisive role in major war decisions
    in other areas, such as diplomacy and the submarine war. In the end the
    war became identified with Ludendorff , who had to step aside when the
    unavoidable defeat came in 1918.
    is was a bitter disappointment for Ludendorff . He never got over it and
    it was the beginning of his alienation from imperial Germany, in which he
    had grown up, and the start of his political career, which was soon to be
    marked by the 'Dolchstosslegende'. His role in the early Hitler movement
    and his participation in the Hitler-Putsch in 1923 have coloured the view
    on Ludendorff 's character. Because of this we have lost touch with the curious
    history of Tannenberg and the battles that followed until the winter
    of 1915, which were of great historical signi cance. ese battles weren't
    decisive. they didn't bring victory to Germany. e victory at Tanneberg
    did, however, save East Prussia from a Russian invasion in 1914. When at
    the end of the Second World War the Russian Army approached the battle
    memorial, German engineers blew it up.
    With this short monograph the author has tried to reproduce the history
    of the battle at Tannenberg. Almost 70 years after Ludendorff passed
    away and almost 90 years after the battle, it will help us to remember the
    difficult genesis of Europe as we know it now.
  • Productinformatie
    Binding : Paperback
    Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
    Formaat : 125mm x 200mm
    Aantal pagina's : 102
    Uitgeverij : Aspekt B.V., Uitgeverij
    ISBN : 9789059111066
    Datum publicatie : 08-2003
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