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Frederick William von Seydlitz was Frederick the Great's formidable commander of cavalry in the Seven Years War. The name comes up repeatedly in German history, Friedrich Nietzsche corresponded with a couple named von Seydlitz and Walter von Seydlitz-Kurzbach commanded the LI Army Corps at the Battle of Stalingrad where he fought on as long as he could, then surrendered his troops and promptly vo… Mehr dazu
 

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Nietzsche: Philosopher, Psychologist, Antichrist von Walter Arnold Kaufmann
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Work of Genius, 21. Juni 2000
I found this book to be a great aid in understanding Nietzsche. Professor Walter Kaufmann does an admirable job describing the evolution of Nietzsche's philosophy, his anti-system yet systematic approach, the will to power, eternal recurrence and much more. I recommend reading at least Beyond Good and Evil before taking this on in order to get a feel for Nietzsche and his ideas.
Walter Kaufmann was arguably the best translator of Friedrich Nietzsche into any language and is responsible to a large extent for his rehabilitation after World War II. In contrast to those who attempt to trash Kaufmann (see especially the reviews to Will To Power) he was better equipped to interpret… Mehr dazu
Forgotten Soldier: The Classic Wwii Autobiography &hellip von Guy Sajer
5.0 von 5 Sternen A Sense of the Panic, 1. Juni 2000
Guy Sajer's autobiography is a classic. Half German, from his mother's side, Sajer feels divided loyalties. Is he German or French? To the Germans he's German and thus eligible for military service. At first his German is heavily accented and he feels at a disadvantage among the "race-conscious" Nazi-indoctrinated German soldiers around him. Once he joins an elite division however, he finds himself accepted, except for one incident during a drunken party.
Besides the remarkable descriptions he gives of his infantry training after joining the elite Grossdeutschland Division, his participation in the Kursk offensive and fighting partisans as part of an ad hoc Kampfgruppe is a… Mehr dazu
On War (Penguin Classics) von Carl Clausewitz
On War (Penguin Classics) von Carl Clausewitz
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Classic on war, 15. Mai 2000
This is not an easy book to understand. It takes sustained attention, several readings of the most important parts, guidance from supplementary articles, time and interest. After the required investment, the diligent reader will come to understand Clausewitz's system and the remarkable way that it stills aides in understanding the phenomenon of war. Readers who know of what I speak will agree that the results of the recent NATO war against Serbia over Kosova can be explained very accurately in Clausewitzian terms. Much has been made of the fact that Clausewitz died before he could complete the work. We will never know what added insights the Prussian philosopher may have been… Mehr dazu

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