James A Pratt III, on 31 December 2011 - 11:45 PM, said:
If the people who are translating der Weltkreig into English get around to the volumes dealing with the russian front would also be equaly usefull. This is because we can get the the war in the east from both sides.
You're not kidding. The German version of the Battle of Skrobowa (November 9, 1916), for example, is diametrically opposed to the Russian version.
The Germans credit the 240 flamethrowers used as instrumental in achieving victory, while the Russians say the weapons' impact was negligible. It's left to the reader of both sides to make up his or her own mind.