Published by J.J. Fedorowicz Publishing, the Canadian publishing house that specialises in literature on the German armed forces of the World War II era. The press has received praise from North American and German writers for professionally produced text and illustrated books, also for providing a platform for authors who present an uncritical and historical portrayal of the German war effort during WW2.
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QUIET FLOWS THE RHINE. German General Officer Casualties in World War II
German general officer casualties in WW2 were far higher than those of all the Allied nations combined. French MacLean, a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army, examines all aspects of why the German armed forces lost so many high ranking officers. The result is a fascinating look at how the German war machine was directed at the combat level. This subject has not ben covered in any book previously published in English.