I have been reading a book called "World empire lost" By General Von Roon, I have gotten use to the Generals way of blaming of countries for getting themselves invaded by the Nazis, and even his way of blaming Churchill in a round about way for the Holocaust.
Well done, Lord Gort! You fooled all the pundits on the this forum, except James and J von B.
The foreword to Wok's "Winds of War" states:
"'World Empire Lost', the military treatise by Armin von Roon, is of course an invention from start to finish. Still, General von Roon's book is offered as a professional German view of the other side of the hill, reliable within the limits peculiar to that self-justifying military lierature."
Readers of "The Winds of War" will recognise Manstein lurking behind the beak-nosed figure of Armin von Roon. The fictional "World Empire Lost" is Manstein's "Verlorene Siege" ("Lost Victories") thinly veiled.