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Here is a short, printable review of General Von Ludendorff's memoir entitled My Own Story, as it appeared in a much admired journal of the arts.

"'Ludendorff's Own Story' by Erich Friedrich Von Ludendorff gives a G.H.Q. view of the war from August 1914 to November 1918. It has a certain quality of forthrightness which makes its fallacies and mistakes apparent to the reader even when they escape the author. Ludendorff's thesis is that the war was lost because the the army at home had not another Ludendorff to direct it..."

A longer review of Ludendorff's memoir from The Nation can be read here.

Click here to read about Ludendorff's association with Hitler.

Click here to read the 1918 interview with General Hindenburg in which he declared that the Germans lost the war as a result of the American Army.


General Von Ludendorff Defends Himself  (The Dial Magazine, 1920)

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