January 1, Robert Quick read at only 95 pages even taking notes. Lots of interesting first hand anecdotes as this German officer drew upon his experiences in the First World War German army to talk small unit command to his classmates in The Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia in Von Schell would return to Germany and his army career, serving in several command positions during the war until killed in December as a Lieutenant General. January 1, Arron Ruston Very interesting Very interesting view of the psychology effects of war but more so the men of war. Intriguing for any aspiring leader.
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PAGES: 6. Adolf Von Schell of the German Army with observations on battle tactics and the psychological reactions of troops in campaign in the first World War. Discusses how to lead men in combat, how to handle different personalities, how to prepare your troops psychologically for combat and how to instill confidence in them.
This book is brilliantly written giving examples of leadership traits and decision making that can still be used today. Although the book is basically an AAR of WWI and what the Germans learned from their mistakes it is written broad enough that most lessons learned can be implemented into any combat situation. In he became a commander of an infantry platoon of Westphalin VII Corps during the mobilization. In he returned and part of the winter battles of the Mazurian lakes and later part of the Austro-German assault on the Polish Salient.
From to he went from the East working with the Austrians to Ukraine, the Crimea and Caucasus where repeated engagements gave him a wide experience in the open warfare tactics of small units. Once the armistice came he was sent to operate against the Bolsheviki. BODY: In battle leadership the major question asked is, what does it take for a military leader to effectively lead men into… Related posts:.
A veteran of the First World War, he fought throughout the conflict on all of the fronts from until the Armistice in Following the war he was retained in the German military and attended the Fort Benning Infantry School course, graduating in the Advanced Class of During his time there he was asked to provide his insights into the leader in a combat environment as the level of experience within the US Army was relatively small at the time. What resulted was an insightful series of short papers on varying facets of the impact of the combat environment on both the leader and the soldier.
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