2 edition of American versus the German viewpoint of the war. found in the catalog.
American versus the German viewpoint of the war.
1915 in [Boston?] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||D626.G3 P72|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||18000114|
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The American Versus the German View of the War (Classic Reprint) [Morton Prince] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from The American Versus the German View of the War I the above reasons and because he has instructed us in a long series of articles specifically entitled the German Viewpoint.
These cover about every aspect of German thought and activity. This book uses those surveys to provide the reader with the American soldier's viewpoint on his equipment versus the German enemy.
This covers artillery, small arms, infantry heavy weapons, armor, entrenching tools and engineer equipment, boots, virtually everything.4/5(6). Between the autocratic German viewpoint and the democratic American viewpoint there is an irrecon- cilable conflict — a conflict of ideals that cannot be settled by argument, by citation of facts, by appeals to logic or to moral judgment.
29 AMERICAN V. GERMAN VIEW OF THE WAR It can only be settled by the arbitrament of arms. InGuettel compared the evolution of German thought to the American experience, noting that German imperial liberalism in the midth century was both “racist and expansionist, drawing as it did both on examples of westward expansion in the USA and on the discriminating racial policies prevalent in the American South to further the Author: Carlisle Ford Runge, Linnea Graham.
One German soldier who fought during the battle for Berlin was Siegfried Knappe. At the time of the battle, he was a major and the operations officer of the LVI Panzer Corps. Knappe, along with Ted Brusaw, has recently written Soldat, a book on his experiences in the German army from to Author: Historynet Staff.
The creed of Deutschtum; an address delivered before the Philadelphia medical society, Octo Prussian militarism and a lasting peace; an address delivered before the Worcester Churchmen's club, February 7, The psychology of the Kaiser (first printed in the New York (Sunday) times; pub.
in book form, ; foreword by Marquis. in my history class we just got done with studing world war 2 and i was wondering what do the german history books say about the war does it condone natzi germay or tell a American versus the German viewpoint of the war.
book story. and for the japanese i woud really know what there point of veiw is on the wars and whether they think america was wrong for dropping the atomic bomb.
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