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by Franz Halder
Author: Franz Halder
Publisher: Westview Press Inc.,U.S. (July 1977)
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The private war journal. Chief of the General Staff of the. Supreme Command of the German Army (OKH).
The Private War Journal of Generaloberst Franz Halder (9 volumes includes footnotes and maps). This is the "original" . Army translation of the Halder Diary. Undated, perhaps circa 1947. This is the original .
The Halder Diaries is a collection of diaries written by German Colonel General Franz Halder. His diaries from his time as Chief of the Army General Staff have been an important source for authors who have written about such subjects as Adolf Hitler, World War II and the NSDAP. In William Shirer's The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, Halder's diary is cited hundreds of times.
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Named Person: Franz Halder; Franz Halder. Material Type: Biography. All Authors, Contributors: Franz Halder. Find more information about: Franz Halder. ISBN: 089158891581062. Related Subjects:(5). Halder, Franz, - 1884-1972 - Diaries. World War, 1939-1945 - Germany. World War, 1939-1945 - Personal narratives, German. Halder, Franz, - 1884-1972. Confirm this request.
If goes without saying - or rather, it should - that a book like THE HALDER WAR diary wasn't written, and isn't exactly published, with the NY Times bestseller-list in mind. It isn't a memior of the sort Guderian, Manstein and Kesselring wrote years after the Second World War ended, but rather a chronologically organized mass of free-form notes, jotted down by the Chief of the German General Staff during the opening and middle years of World War Two.
Flag as Inappropriate. "The Private War Journal of Generaloberst Franz Halder – Summary Guide". Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives. Retrieved 2007-07-03. However, Halder had recently read a book about Stalin's defeat of Anton Denikin between the Don bend and what was then Tsaritsyn during the Russian Civil War. That battle resulted in Tsaritsyn being renamed Stalingrad. Halder was convinced the German Sixth Army was in the same position that Denikin was back then.
Private war journal of Generaloberst Franz Halder, Chief of the General Staff of the Supreme Command of the German Army (OKH), 14 August 1939 to 24 September 1942, volume VII. Author. Halder, Franz, 1884-1972. This private war journal comprises seven volumes covering the dates 14 August 1939 to 24 September 1942, the date of Halder's dismissal by Hitler. The journal was kept by Halder personally in his own shorthand and contains notes on conferences, memoranda, staff talks, lectures, reports, et. as they occurred during the discharge of his function as Chief of Staff.
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Published 1979 by University Publications of America in Arlington, VA. Written in English.