‘Teutonic Titans: Hindenburg, Ludendorff, and the Kaiser’s Military Elite’ covers the era 1847-1955-heavily illustrated with over 500 images of German Emperor Wilhelm II’s First World War marshals and generals, emphasizing their lives, careers, battles, and campaigns. The book covers both Western and Eastern Fronts, as well as the Balkans, Baltics, Middle, and Far East. It is also heavily detailed with maps, cartoons, graphics, and photographs, plus descriptions of strategies, tactics, weapons, statistics on all losses, and results. Period cartoons add to the vast array of photographic sources worldwide: United States National Archives and Library of Congress, Washington and College Park, Maryland; Imperial War Museum London: Bundesarchiv, Bonn, and also His Majesty’s own albums at Doorn House, Holland, many of them previously unpublished. German Crown Prince Wilhelm and Bavarian Crown Prince Rupprecht, all German Chiefs of General Staff and War Ministers are detailed as well, plus all top Allied leaders and commanders: Woodrow Wilson, John J. Pershing; David Lloyd George, King George V, Sir Douglas Haig, and Sir John French among them; Tsar Nicholas II, Grand Duke Michael, and more; Frenchmen Henri Petain, Joffre, Foch, and Weygand; as well as those of Serbia, Italy, Greece, Rumania, and Bulgaria.
TEUTONIC TITANS Hindenburg, Ludendorff and the Kaiser’s Marshals and Generals
A heavily illustrated history of German Emperor Wilhelm II’s First World War marshals and generals with maps, photographs, graphics and cartoons. With capters including- 1847–1914, 1914–18 (East), 1914–18 (Middle East), 1916-18 (Balkan States), 1914-18 (West), Armistice and Revolution, 1918-20, Weimar Republic, 1921-31, Nazis, 1932-34, Scepters, 1935-36, Swastikas, 1937-45 and Imperial and Royal Exits, 1951-55.