Hitler Strikes Poland: Blitzkrieg, Ideology, and Atrocity
by Alexander B. Rossino
"An excellent and powerfully written book that every student of the war, the Holocaust, and Nazi Germany will have to read."
OMER BARTOV, author of Mirrors of Destruction: War, Genocide, and Modern Identity
"A gripping account that conveys a real fell for those grim times and places."
MICHAEL BURLEIGH, author of The Third Reich: A New History
"A signal contribution to Western knowledge about [the] German genocidal campaign in Poland."
"Deeply researched and carefully crafted. . . The amazing photographs that accompany his narrative recapture the sheer horror of the war's very first days."
"Haunting in its graphic descriptions and photographs of atrocities, [this] book deserves a wide audience."
INTERNATIONAL HISTORY REVIEW
"Adds profoundly to the debate over the Wehrmacht's complicity in war crimes and crimes against humanity."
HISTORY: REVIEW OF NEW BOOKS
"A significant contribution to our understanding of World War II."
AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW
ALEXANDER B. ROSSINO is a research historian who lives in Arlington, Virginia.
Publishing House: University Press of Kansas, Lawrence 2003
SoftCover book measuring 6.1" x 9.25"
344 pages, 32 photographs, 1 map
English Language Version
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