"Barbarossa,the absolute war" by Jean Lopez

May 2017
1,112
France
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Sorry ,i wasn t clear."Barbarossa,la guerre absolue" (edit;Passes Composes,2019,956 pages) authors:Juan Lopez and Lasha Okthmezuri.Lopez is the author of numerous books about the East front:"Stalingrad","Koursk","Tcherkassy","Berlin","Joukov" etc...
 
#4
In the french press,the book is considered as opening the discussion about the possibility of a german victory,without the big political errors of Hitler:
1) Opposition of Hitler to the creation of an antibolshevik state,which would have been formed with functionaries anticommunists.
2) Deep contempt of Hitler against the slavic populations,considered as "untermenschen".
3) Obssession of the extermination of the jews.
4) Opposition to the reintroduction of the private property,which could permit to recuperate the "koulaks".
5) Organization of the extermination of the soviets prisoners,without considering their nationalities.
 
Mar 2019
1,613
Kansas
#5
In the french press,the book is considered as opening the discussion about the possibility of a german victory,without the big political errors of Hitler:
1) Opposition of Hitler to the creation of an antibolshevik state,which would have been formed with functionaries anticommunists.
2) Deep contempt of Hitler against the slavic populations,considered as "untermenschen".
3) Obssession of the extermination of the jews.
4) Opposition to the reintroduction of the private property,which could permit to recuperate the "koulaks".
5) Organization of the extermination of the soviets prisoners,without considering their nationalities.
This kind of discussion has come up before. The overriding point that came from those discussions, if Hitler had avoided those pitfalls you mentioned. He would no longer be Hitler, driven by his party ideology.