The diary of Hitler’s Army Chief of Staff, in which he recorded his observations on operational plans, strategy and politics. His diary has long been regarded as a rich source of high-level military information from the point of view of the German general staff. More notebook than diary, most of the entries are either very general or obscure. There are summaries of unit-strength reports, notations of comings and goings, highly compressed situation reports from various fronts and summaries of staff conferences.
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