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An illustrated account of the German soldiers who invaded Russia from 1941 to 1945--chronicles their day-to-day survival in isolation, experiencing what Hitler had not anticipated
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I've read this book twice now and both times I have learned something new. I also teach high-school history in Arizona and use a chapter of it for my class to help my kids understand the German/Soviet conflict. It is a very well researched, outstanding book. Fun to read too with tons of good info. Highly recommended for any WWII buff or anyone studying the Eastern Front. --By Seekrit
Mr Lucas once again displays his talent of presenting information from the German point of view, as he is a British writer. The book is a very good account of the command structure and tells how the plans were meant to work, followed by how they actually did work. If you are looking for an "Infantryman's war stories", this would not be that type of material; it is written from a field officer's perspective. Von Manstein, Kesselring, Von Arnim, they are all here. It is not their words, however, that you read. Mr Lucas makes you feel like you are observing only the German viewpoint while remaining neutral. --By A Customer
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Book Description Bonanza Books, 1985. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0517382857
Book Description Bonanza Books, 1985. Hardcover. Condition: New. First. Seller Inventory # DADAX0517382857
Book Description Bonanza Books, 1985. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110517382857