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The 100th title in the Fortress series, this book describes and examines the Führerhauptquartiere – the 14 or so headquarters built for Hitler. Revealing their locations and how they were used to direct the Nazi war apparatus, this is a fascinating insight into a range of historical sites from Berghof to the Wolf’s Lair. With a map showing the locations of all of Hitler’s bunkers and fortifications on the eastern and western fronts and illustrated with photographs and specially commissioned artwork, this book is an essential introduction to Hitler’s command structures and recreates numerous bunkers and buildings which were destroyed by Allied bombing raids or by fleeing German troops.
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After completing an Honours Degree in History at the University of Lancaster, Neil Short gained a Master's Degree in Military History at the University of Leeds. He is a fully qualified Management Accountant working for the Ministry of Defence, but in his spare time undertakes research on World War II. He is currently writing a book on tank turrets.

Reviews

"This is an interesting volume. In addition to describing the camps, it offers interesting insights to the command relationships in Nazi Germany." --Bolling Smith, The Coast Defense Journal"This volume examines and describes the more than a dozen fortified headquarters built for Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler throughout World War II. It illustrates the text devoted to these sites with a nice variety of custom graphics, photographs, and other art, much of it previously unpublished ... a solid addition to the Fortress series, a worthy claimant to its 100th volume, and an interesting and informative read." --Skirmisher Forum"In addition to drawings and photos of some of the sites, there are also some charts showing the amount of man hours and concrete used on these command sites ... One point of interest is that the author attempts to relate how these sites fit into Hitler's personality." --J.E. Kaufmann, Site O"If you have an interest in Hitler, the Third Reich, command and control facilities, fortresses, or Gotterdammerung architecture, this is an interesting book. Good photographs and illustrations keep one's graphic interest. Recommended." --Frederick Boucher, AeroScale..".provides a fine introduction to Hitler's command fortifications. The result is a specific, in-depth feature perfect for any World War II colelction!" --The Midwest Book Review..".a fascinating look into something that one rarely thinks of when it comes to military history." --Scott Van Aken, Modeling Madness (October 2010) This is an interesting volume. In addition to describing the camps, it offers interesting insights to the command relationships in Nazi Germany. "Bolling Smith, The Coast Defense Journal" This volume examines and describes the more than a dozen fortified headquarters built for Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler throughout World War II. It illustrates the text devoted to these sites with a nice variety of custom graphics, photographs, and other art, much of it previously unpublished ... a solid addition to the Fortress series, a worthy claimant to its 100th volume, and an interesting and informative read. "Skirmisher Forum" In addition to drawings and photos of some of the sites, there are also some charts showing the amount of man hours and concrete used on these command sites ... One point of interest is that the author attempts to relate how these sites fit into Hitler's personality. "J.E. Kaufmann, Site O" If you have an interest in Hitler, the Third Reich, command and control facilities, fortresses, or Gotterdammerung architecture, this is an interesting book. Good photographs and illustrations keep one's graphic interest. Recommended. "Frederick Boucher, AeroScale" ...provides a fine introduction to Hitler's command fortifications. The result is a specific, in-depth feature perfect for any World War II colelction! "The Midwest Book Review" ...a fascinating look into something that one rarely thinks of when it comes to military history. "Scott Van Aken, Modeling Madness (October 2010)"" "This volume examines and describes the more than a dozen fortified headquarters built for Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler throughout World War II. It illustrates the text devoted to these sites with a nice variety of custom graphics, photographs, and other art, much of it previously unpublished ... a solid addition to the Fortress series, a worthy claimant to its 100th volume, and an interesting and informative read." - "Skirmisher "Forum ..".a fascinating look into something that one rarely thinks of when it comes to military history." - Scott Van Aken, "Modeling Madness "(October 2010) "If you have an interest in Hitler, the Third Reich, command and control facilities, fortresses, or Gotterdammerung architecture, this is an interesting book. Good photographs and illustrations keep one's graphic interest. Recommended." - Frederick Boucher, "AeroScale ""In addition to drawings and photos of some of the sites, there are also some charts showing the amount of man hours and concrete used on these command sites ... One point of interest is that the author attempts to relate how these sites fit into Hitler s personality." - J.E. Kaufmann, "Site O .".".provides a fine introduction to Hitler's command fortifications. The result is a specific, in-depth feature perfect for any World War II colelction!" - "The Midwest Book Review ""This is an interesting volume. In addition to describing the camps, it offers interesting insights to the command relationships in Nazi Germany." -Bolling Smith," The Coast Defense Journal ""

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