motivated their atrocities, particularly those committed against Communist officials and Jews in the Soviet Union.
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'exciting and provocative essay ... This book is a chilling reminder of how rapidly State-led violence can degenerate into military barbarism, no less in Iraq or Kampuchea than in Hitler's war'
Richard Overy, The Observer
'a well-researched, gripping account of the Wehrmacht's titanic efforts to win Hitler's war despite the blunder of invading Russia'
'an impressively researched and imaginatively presented contribution'
George H. Stein, State University of New York, American Historical Review, October 1992
`a stimulating work about the problem of military solidarity and its relation to fighting efficiency.'
'A sombre account, using much first-hand evidence.'
Christopher Logue, The Guardian a frightening analysis of the effect of continuous criminal propaganda on the rank-and-file of an army
<br>Omer Bartov is Visiting Raoul Wallenberg Professor at Rutgers University, and is the author of The Eastern Front, 1941-1945.<br>