Infantry Attacks (Infanterie Greift an) [Erwin Rommel, G. E. Kidde] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ); Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x cm; Average Customer Review: out of . First published in Germany in under the title Infanterie Greift An, Copies of the wartime English edition are among the most valued.

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This article will be permanently flagged as inappropriate and made unaccessible to everyone. Are you infantere this article is inappropriate? Throughout the book, Rommel reports assigning small numbers of men to approach enemy lines from the direction in which attack was expected. The men would yell, throw hand grenades and otherwise simulate the anticipated attack from concealment, while attack squads and larger bodies of men sneaked to the flanks and rears of the defenders to take them by surprise.


These tactics often intimidated enemies into surrendering, thus avoiding unnecessary exertion, expenditure of ammunition, and risk of injury. Infanterie greift an was first published in and helped to persuade Adolf Hitler to give Rommel high command in World War II, although he was not from an old military family or the Prussian aristocracy, which had traditionally dominated the German officer corps.

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Infanterie greift an engkish printed in Germany until By then, aboutcopies had been published. Rommel’s book, written as a day to day journal of his World War I exploits, was used throughout the West as a resource for infantry tactical movements.

Rommel planned to write a successor called Panzer Greift An in English: Tank attacks about tank warfare, and gathered much material during the North Africa Campaign.

However, he was forced to commit suicide before completing this work. The book was referred to in the film I read your book! The translator was Lieutenant Knfanterie Gustave E. Kidde without permission from Rommel, according to the foreword to the edition published by Stackpole Books.


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