Adam and Rühle. Colonel Wilhelm Adam — the ADC to the commander of the 6th Army in Stalingrad, General Paulus — wrote a captivating and controversial memoir about his time as a soldier and prisoner of war at Stalingrad.
Translated into English for the first time, his words illuminate the tense personal relationships among Nazi leadership and how their egotistical feuds often led to German military failure. Readers will also marvel at the intensity of detail given to the conditions in the Soviet Union during the ill-fated and bloody Operation Barbarossa. 240 pages, 20 images, 6"x 9", softcover.