The attached page is a book review of "My Story"
by German General Erich von Ludendorff (1865 - 1937) which first appeared in THE NATION in 1920:
"When the bitterness of these days has passed, historians will very likely classify Ludendorff as first among the military geniuses of his time. But his 'Own Story' will have importance principally because of certain sidelights it casts upon his motives and psychology."
A shorter review of Ludendorff's memoir can be read here.
In 1920 the representatives from the victorious nations who convened at Versailles demanded that Kaiser Wilhelm, General Ludendorf and an assortment of various other big shots be handed over for trial - click here to read about it.