3 edition of Battle for Stalingrad found in the catalog.
Battle for Stalingrad
Vasili Ivanovich Chuikov
October 12, 1968
by Ballantine Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
The best book I have read about Stalingrad is a book written by Antony Beevor and its called "Stalingrad". Its a very detailed book about the fights in the Sovietunion, and the brutal battle of Stalingrad. This is a book I will highly recommend. Klinsmann. THE BATTLE OF STALINGRAD ONE MONTHago a Soviet Guards Division with its three infantry regiments and artillery, supply columns, ambulance unit and other auxiliary services arrived at a fishermen's settlement on the eastern bank of the Volga, opposite Stalingrad. The march was accomplished in unusually quick time-on trucks. Day and night trucks File Size: 6MB.
Stalingrad. From August to February this model industrial city, bathed by the waters of the Volga, was home to the bloodiest battle of World War II. Stalingrad: Letters from the Volga offers a fast-paced depiction of this titanic struggle: explicit, crude, and without concessions—just as the war and the memory of all those involved. The Battle of Stalingrad was a brutal military campaign between Russian forces and those of Nazi Germany and the Axis powers during World War II. Germany's defeat in the battle marked a turning.
Army University Press produced this documentary to make “history come to life” while illustrating doctrinal points of large scale combat operations from FM and other doctrinal publications. This video series examines the Battle of Stalingrad and the challenges of operating in dense urban terrain. However, the campaigns of the summer and later of summer swung the unsteadily poised equilibrium of battle positively against Germany. The Russian defense of Stalingrad has been recorded in the archives of history Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
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The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare. From Antony Beevor, the internationally bestselling author of D-Day and The Battle of Arnhem.
In AugustHitler's huge Sixth Army reached the Battle for Stalingrad book that bore Stalin's by: It depends on how you want to look at the battle. If there is only one book on Stalingrad that you want to read, then I would suggest “Enemy at the Gates” by Craig.
But this book is long on personality and short on military strategy. If you want p. The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare. Historians and reviewers worldwide have hailed Antony Beevor's magisterial Stalingrad as the definitive account of World War II's most harrowing battle.
In AugustHitler's huge Sixth Army reached the city that bore Stalin's name/5. The unexpected Soviet counter-offensive forms the climax of Vasily Grossman’s novel Stalingrad, one of the great novels of the 20th century, and now published in English for the first time.
This book is a very well-written account of the Battle of Stalingrad. It definitely makes for unpleasant readings in places, especially as Craig describes the immense sufferings German soldiers went through prior to General Paulus' surrender to the Soviets/5(). Book Title Days: The Battle for Stalingrad The story of the siege by the acclaimed author of Hitler's War In Days, acclaimed historian Edwin P.
Hoyt depicts the epic battle for Stalingrad in all Battle for Stalingrad book electrifying excitement and savage horror. The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare.
From Antony Beevor, the internationally bestselling author of D-Day and The Battle of Arnhem. In AugustHitler's huge Sixth Army reached the city that bore Stalin's name/5(80).
Both books were clearly influenced by War and Peace, and Grossman's concept was to create something similar centreing on the battle of Stalingrad.
Inevitably, the compromises required to make Grossman's best known book Life and Fate was the sequel to this extraordinary novel/5. This was the first book to put a human face on the Battle of Stalingrad. Because the account was compiled from interviews and memoirs of participants, the book often reads like an exciting novel.
In this respect, it closely resembles Andrew Tully's or Cornelius Ryan's accounts of the Battle of Berlin.5/5(5). An Autobiographical German Account: Stalingrad. Heinz Schroter.
Schroter was among the German War Correspondents Staff at Stalingrad. I first read it when I was 11 years old, & I have never forgotten its dedication: “This book is not a memor. Battle of Stalingrad, successful Soviet defense of the city of Stalingrad that was a turning point in favor of the Allies in World War II.
Russians consider it to be one of the greatest battles of their Great Patriotic War, and most historians consider it to be the greatest battle of the entire conflict.
The combined German and Soviet losses during the battle were staggering—the Germans alone suffered approximatelycasualties. The Soviets followed up with a westward drive and generally remained on the offensive for the remainder of the war.
Rebuilding began immediately after the city's liberation. See A. Beevor, Stalingrad (). The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare.
From Antony Beevor, the internationally bestselling author of D-Day and The Battle of AugustHitler's huge Sixth Army reached the city that bore Stalin's name. In the five-month siege that followed, the Russians fought to hold /5(3).
The Battle for Stalingrad. K likes. The battle for Stalingrad, turning point on the Eastern Front during World War 2Followers: K. Stalingrad's significance has been downplayed by some historians, who point either to the Battle of Moscow or the Battle of Kursk as more strategically decisive.
Others maintain that the destruction of an entire army (the largest killed, captured, wounded figures for Axis soldiers, nearly 1 million, during the war) and the frustration of.
Some of the better books on the Battle of Stalingrad are Enemy at the Gates: The battle For Stalingrad by William Craig, Stalingrad by Heinz Schroter, The Road to Stalingrad:. The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare.
From Antony Beevor, the internationally bestselling author of D-Day and The Battle of Arnhem. In AugustHitler's huge Sixth Army reached the city that bore Stalin's by: Stalingrad was the decisive blow that shattered the myth of German, and arguably - for the Germans at least - 'aryan' invincibility.
Stalingrad was. This particular book is a collaboration focused on Battle of info: The Battle of Stalingrad was a major battle of World War II in which Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd) in southwestern Russia.
It took place between 17 July and 2 February A prequel to one of the great novels of the 20th century, Vasily Grossman’s book Life and Fate, finally appeared in English this grad is an epic novel, Tolstoyan in its.
The turning point of World War II came at Stalingrad. Hitler’s soldiers stormed the city in September in a bid to complete the conquest of Europe. Yet Stalingrad never fell.
After months of bitter fighting,surviving Germans, huddled in the ruined city, surrendered to Soviet the battle and shortly after its conclusion, scores of Red Army /5(3).“The authors provide a unique walk through the battle of Stalingrad, the bloodiest urban battle fought by two major armies in history.
The book is unusual in that the authors use drawings to guide the reader through the experience and provide a sense of. This is the best history book I had read in a long time.
I wanted the to read about the fate of stalingrad but this book gives so much detailes about the battle that it is hard to grasp everything. This book starts with operation Barbarossa and goes on towards the fateful siege of the city Stalingrad/5().