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Chronicles the bloody history of the battle that became a turning point in World War II and cost three million lives, using archives and eyewitness testimony to capture the excitement and the horror. Reprint.
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"Hoyt serves the battle almost shot by shot...more powerful than any fiction." --Stephen Coonts
"Mr. Hoyt never loses sight of the agonies of combat." --The New York Times Book Review
"A master historian!" --Bestsellers
"As readable as the best wrought novel, as persuasive as the most authoritative history." --Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"A thrilling account of war on a grand scale. Hoyt's superb account, which incorporates new information from the Russian archives, is a fitting memorial to the three million who died at Stalingrad." --Publishers Weekly
"Rings with the sound of truth, unembellished and unadorned." --Baltimore Sun
"A vivid reconstruction of the conflict....Military history of very high caliber." --Kirkus ReviewsAbout the Author:
Edwin P. Hoyt worked as a news editor for the US Office of War Information and was a member of their psychological warfare team in India, Burma and China.
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