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Attached is a single page study of German World War II tactics that was created by the United States Department of War two months prior to the German surrender:

"...the Germans have placed a considerable reliance on novel and sensational weapons such as the mass use of armor, the robot bomb, and the super-heavy tank. Their principal weaknesses in this regard have been their failure to integrate these new techniques with established arms and tactics --German field artillery, for example, did not maintain pace with German armor -and their devotion to automatic weapons at the expense of accuracy."

       *Color Newsreel Footage of the Africa Korps*


A Study of the German Tactical Doctrine  (U.S. Dept. of War, 1945)

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