Berlin: Verlag von Klasing & Co, 1921. Hardcover. Alexander von Hartmann (1890 – 1943) was a German general who served in both World Wars; in the first he was a platoon leader in a machine-gun company, and after mobilization with his regiment was deployed on the West Front. In September 1914, his unit was moved to the eastern front. In the Second he was in the Wehrmacht and commanded the 71st Infantry Division. He was a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross of Nazi Germany and was killed in the Battle of Stalingrad.
8vo, 292pp, with 45 illustrations in the text and 38 maps, this is the special edition which includes the Supplement. Paper covered boards with the title printed in black at front board and spine. Paper at spine chipped, with loss of about one inch at base of spine. Good +. Item #22901