France 1940 - Strange Victory—Strange Defeat: The German invasion of Poland brought quick declarations of war by Britain and France but eight months would pass before serious fighting would occur in the west. When it did come, the campaign defi ed the expectations of both sides.
Forlorn Battles - East Prussia 1944–1945: Disasters in the west rocked Germany in the summer of 1944, but the worst came in the east where the massive Soviet Operation Bagration wrecked Army Group Center. Within three months Germany had lost thousands of square miles and the war had reached their frontier in East Prussia.
Alam Halfa: By the end of June 1942, Erwin Rommel’s Afrika Korps was just 90 miles west of Alexandria, Egypt. It appeared he was poised to seize victory in North Africa, he just needed to breach the British and Commonwealth defenses at Alam Halfa.
Vacillation - German Operational Indecision During Barbarossa: The German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941 achieved stunning initial success and it appeared the Soviets would fall like all previous German opponents. Indecision gripped the German high command and played a critical role in Germany’s failure to achieve victory.
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Released: 04 November 2019