The Germans on the Somme
By Gerhard Hirschfeld, Gerd Krumeich, Irina Renz
Hardback 224 pages
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This book discusses in detail the experience of German warfare in the first World War, focusing specifically on the battle of the Somme.
The Somme, together with other regions of northern France, had lain under German domination. And its inhabitants had been rigorously suppressed and their possessions carted off as booty. Finally, during their 1917 withdrawal, the Germans had subjected the whole region to Operation Alberich, a retreat involving unparalleled brutality which left the population in occupation of a wilderness wrought by war (the "scorched earth policy").
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