The Great War
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The epitome of Prussian militarism, Paul von Hindenburg (1847–1934) was recalled from retirement to command the German forces in the east in 1914 and became a national hero after his first campaign at Tannenberg. Written in the immediate aftermath of defeat in 1918, his memoir provides a unique insight into German strategy during the First World War. This abridged edition is edited and introduced by Charles Messenger.