Found nothing in the book comparable with Inchon landing in 1950, which literally saved UN forces and was a step that had nothing to oppose (cause Soviet and PRC naval forces was close to negligible at that time)
A useful primary source for German military operations in World War II is the manuscripts of the US Army Historical Division’s Foreign Military Studies program. These studies, written between 1945 and 1959 by former senior officers of the German Armed Forces, cover nearly every aspect of the German war effort. Many, but not all, manuscripts were translated into English.
Some 2,500 studies were produced and organized into nine series:
ETHINT-Series: a record of 80 interviews with high-ranking German officers conducted immediately after the war
A-Series: transcribed oral interviews of selected German officers held as prisoners of war
B-Series: narrative histories of units on the Western Front
C-Series: 139 studies intended as source material for the history of the US Army in WW2
D-Series: studies of German operations in the Mediterranean theater and Soviet Union, and several treatises on air and naval warfare, strategy, and tactics
P-Series: a wide range of current and practical military topics of interest to the US Army and other Federal agencies in the post-war period. Most concern operations on the Eastern Front
T-Series: Comprehensive campaign-level topics written by committees of former German officers
Air Force Studies: studies about the air war written for the US Air Force by former Luftwaffe officers
DA Pamphlet Historical Series: studies developed from the FMS manuscripts and then distributed as pamphlets within the US military
The DA PAM 20-233 pamphlet in CMH site it's the CMH publication of T-10 manuscript.
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