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Infantry Attacks

Infantry Attacks (Deu: Infanterie Greift An) is a book on military tactics written by Erwin Rommel, in German, about his experiences during World War I. It was published in 1937 and helped to persuade Adolf Hitler to give Rommel high command, although he was not from an old military family or the Prussian aristocracy. It is still reprinted, from time to time. It is rumoured that Patton was a fan of the book.

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