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By Z. Rosen

ISBN-10: 9024719488

ISBN-13: 9789024719488

The current paintings is geared toward filling a hiatus within the literature facing the younger Hegelians and the early considered Karl Marx. regardless of the widespread view some time past few many years that Bruno Bauer performed an immense half within the radical task of Hegel's younger disciples within the eighteen forties in Germany, no accomplished paintings has to this point been released at the kin among Bauer and Marx. In 1927 Ernst Bar­ nikol promised to jot down a monograph at the topic, yet he by no means did. For the aim of this research I perused fabric in several library collections and that i wish to exhibit my gratitude to the workers of the subsequent associations: Tel Aviv college Library, the Library and Archive of the overseas Institute of Social heritage in Am­ sterdam, the Heidelberg collage Library, the Library of Gottingen college, the Tiibingen college Library, Frankfurt college Library, the kingdom Library at Marburg, the Manuscript division of the nation data in Berlin.

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However, was by no means disposed to see the situation of Eighth Army restored by a reinforcement of its front. Even if a local crisis- and possibly a serious one at that- were to arise here, it would have not the least bearing on the operations as a whole. On the contrary, it actually offered us the chance of winning a big victory, since strong enemy forces had now been committed to a battle west of the Vistula, and this, if the right actions were taken on our own side, would end in their destruction.

It provided for immediate succour to the civil population and enemy wounded and in every way upheld the military honour of an enemy defeated after a gallant struggle. It was agreed that the officers should retain their swords and that the non-commissioned officers and men should go into captivity for only as long as it took to dispose of the necessary formalities. According to the Polish plenipotentiary, 120,000 officers and men capitulated in Warsaw. When signing the instrument of capitulation, the Polish general said: 'A wheel always turns'.

The enemy's losses in blood were undoubtedly very high indeed, for he had fought with great gallantry and had shown a grim determination to hold out in even the most hopeless situations. Our own Army Group's losses were as follows: Officers: 505 dead; 759 wounded; 42 missing. s and other ranks: 6,049 dead; 19,719 wounded; 4,022 missing. On 5th October Hitler held a victory parade in Warsaw of all the divisions stationed in and around the city, taking the salute at a march-past on the big avenue leading from the Belvedere to the Castle.

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