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Re: Book mentioned on this page — History of the Second World War, 1951
This book appears to have been influencial in Russia (for example ) but less so in the West (?). This is interesting. Could someone provide further information? Perhaps a new page should be made about the book — a British book of the same title already has a page, so this might help maintain the balance of Wikipedia (?)
The Oxford University library has the book as: Author Tippelskirch, Kurt von. Title Geschichte des Zweiten Weltkriegs / Kurt von Tippelskirch. Publisher Bonn, Athenäum-Verlag, 1951. Description xiv, 731 p. ports., maps (part fold., in pocket) 23 cm. Notes Bibliography: p. -711. Subjects World War, 1939-1945.
I have edited the clear error that (his son) Adolf-Hilmar was a lt-col when receiving a Knights-cross. Obviously the evident mistake between "oberleutnant" (1st lieutenant) and "oberstleutnant" (lt-col).