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By Erich Ludendorff

Ludendorff bezeichnete mit „totaler Krieg“ den Vorrang des Krieges vor der Politik. Ludendorff zog in diesem Buch den Schluss, dass die „seelische Geschlossenheit“ des Volkes einen kriegsentscheidenden Faktor darstelle. Aus diesem Grund müsse alles geschehen, damit diese Geschlossenheit erreicht und erhalten werden kann. Dazu gehöre, das Volk über den Sinn und Zweck des Krieges aufzuklären. Gegenüber Kriegsgegnern, die die Einheit und Geschlossenheit in Frage stellen können, könnten Maßnahmen wie Schutzhaft notwendig sein. Als Kriegsgegner wurden von Ludendorff das Judentum, die Katholische Kirche und die Sozialisten benannt.

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L) 2) 3) 4) 5) A, south of railroad, forward area. B, north of railroad, forward area. C, reserve, organize hill A and nose 600 meters southeast. Detail one section as outpost. Assemble west slope hill A. Counterattack plans (l),471; (2), head of draw C-nose at D. D, support, bulk of machine guns forward of hill A, anti-tank section cover lst Division Road, mortars in ravine C cover dead spaces-sketch prepared to mass fire anywhere in from of MLR. Outpost-mission. See sketch for OPL. Local security.

In order to shorten and simplify it, he decidedto use an overlay as an operation map, and to employ this 37 as an annex to the order. I Chapter 3 Map Problems and Combat Reference Thbles The map problem, in which situations are staked out on a map and solved, gives the student the opportunity to make estimates of the situation, reach decisions, frame otders, and take other actions under conditions which, in any (but not all) ways approximate those of combat. Map problems are designed to illustrate principles and to give the student practice in applying those principles.

If the situation permits, a halt of 15 minutes should be made after the first 45 minutes of marching' Thereafter''halts are made for l0 minutes after each 50 minutes of marching. Since small units usually march as parts of larger commands, and as these regulate the time of halts in accordance with the hour of starting of the leading unit, the firsi halt will usually take place in less than 45 minutes from the hour of startinjof units in rear. However, each march unit halts simultaneously, at the prescribed time.

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