David Irving on changing Adolf Hitler's attack plans (World War 2)
My Deepest Gratitude to David Irving, Mark Weber, Institute for Historical Review, and Dennis Wise.
I always wanted to make this video and finally was able to make it today (August 6, 2014).
Adolf Hitler is usually mocked today by many as Germany's worst general especially because Allies claim Hitler's military decisions were horrible especially against USSR.
Through David Irving, you will realize that this is a false information.
Through David Irving, this video will show the changing of Adolf Hitler's plans by the General Staff when Adolf Hitler was sick with dysentery in mid August 1941. It was General Staff who made the idiotic decisions as Allies call them. Not Adolf Hitler since he wasn't involved in any of these decisions due to his dysentery in Mid-August 1941.
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As David Irving points out, Hitler's attack plan was an immense encirclement. In the map, we can see Army Group North going to Leningrad, Army group center going towards Moscow through Minsk and also Smolensk and the Army group south going towards Kiev (Ukraine).
David Irving's explanation is also available here - http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Operation_Barbarossa
When the general staff changed Hitler's plans, Half of Army group center had swung to the south in the back of the Kiev position, while Army Group South moved to the north from its Dniepr bridgehead. 3rd and 4th Panzer Armies were ordered to break off their siege of Leningrad and support Army Group Center on its attack on Moscow. This caused delay for couple of weeks and the winter started early in 1941.
Hitler's secretary Wilhelm Krause (in the video "In the service of the fuhrer - Hitler's shadow") himself points out how Hitler's generals secretly opposed Hitler's plans and ideas. For example, Wilhelm Krause points out a conversation between Generals when Hitler wasn't with them. They were saying "He (Hitler) can tell us whatever he wants. But we will just do whatever we think is right."