"Bevin Alexander, an experienced military historian who writes with clarity and alarm, here presents a new and insightful interpretation of Hitler’s lost opportunities to win World War II. In the process Alexander gives us a concise history of the war in Europe."
— Martin Blumenson, author of The Patton Papers and Patton: The Man Behind the Legend
"In his latest book, How Hitler Could Have Won World War II, author Bevin Alexander has synthesized and analyzed the military campaigns by Germany under Hitler’s control in such a readable fashion as to intrigue both armchair generals as well as serious students of military strategy and tactics. It should be a required text for study at all military schools and war colleges."
— Thomas H. Moorer, Admiral, U.S. Navy (Ret.), former chairman, U.S. Joint chiefs of Staff
"Speculation is the handmaiden of a historian’s search for a story of the past…. Bevin Alexander has compiled his ‘What if?’s’ into a fascinating, plausible and, in retrospect, alarming scenario of what might have been if only Hitler had been a bit more rational, a bit better at grand strategy."
— F. J. Kroesen, former commander-in-chief, U.S. Army-Europe, and commander, NATO Central Army Group
From the Hardcover edition.