The Eastern Front is rightly portrayed as a struggle between two gigantic opponents; the USSR and Germany. However, such was the scale that it has swallowed the campaigns of arguably the second Axis army in Europe, that of Romania, almost without a trace. That the Romanian Army could claim this status might come as something of a surprise even to close students of WWII, who will generally assume that the Italian Army held this position. This disputable assumption has its roots in the absence of any works on Romania in the war. This book endeavors to fill this void.
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