送交者: 蓝隼 于 2005-6-09, 00:21:36:
回答: In fact, Heinz Guderian was heavily influenced by a British general 由 steven 于 2005-6-08, 20:35:54:
Not even close at all.Without the help from American armor force, British tank groups had lost almost all battles against its German counterpart.Knowing the potential of the new weaponary is one thing, actually putting it into action and convincing the military leader to agree with doing so is another. Guderian surpassed his British counterpart in this sense. Fuller might suggest that tanks should be group up to maximum they power, but it was Guderian who made the world realized that how terrible that power could be if deployed wisely.
The fact you pointed out that British generals had developed similar thought before Guderian only increases the sham for their country. They invented tank, and even speculated its use, yet still be driven into the sea by German tanks.