Author(s): Blaine Taylor
Teutonic Titans: Hindenburg, Ludendorff and the Kaiser’s Marshals and Generals is a heavily illustrated history of German Emperor Wilhelm II’s First World War key staff with maps, photographs, graphics and cartoons.
All battles, campaigns, strategies, tactics and weaponry are covered in exhaustive and comprehensive detail. With over 500 photographs, many of them previously unpublished, this provides a comprehensive history of the Kaiser’s senior commanders.
Chapters include 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.
|FORMAT||248 x 172 mm|
|PUBLICATION DATE||30 April 2020
|ILLUSTRATIONS||500 black-and-white photographs|
Blaine Taylor is an American author of eleven histories on war, politics, automotives, biography, engineering, architecture, medicine, photography and aviation. This well-read historian is a former Vietnam War soldier and military policeman under enemy fire; political and crime newspaper reporter; award-winning medical journalist; international magazine writer; winner of four political campaigns as a press secretary; and was a US Congressional aide on Capitol Hill, Washington, from 1991 to 1992.