Mike Dariano


Read Next

Perception of the 1933 German army (quote)

Germany’s military power was limited – it’s army, the Reichswehr, had only one hundred thousand men, no match for the military forces of neighboring France, let alone the combined might of France, England, Poland, and the Soviet Union.

Six years and six months later Germany would invade Poland.  This was from page nineteen of Larson’s In the Garden of Beasts.

Rendering New Theme...