The Battle for Kursk, 1943: The Soviet General Staff Study / Edition 1by David M. Glantz
Pub. Date: 09/29/1999
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This volume offers detailed information about the Red Army's preparation for and conduct of the Battle of Kursk, the nature of the war on the German Eastern Front, and on the range of horrors that have characterized warfare in the 20th century. See more details below
This volume offers detailed information about the Red Army's preparation for and conduct of the Battle of Kursk, the nature of the war on the German Eastern Front, and on the range of horrors that have characterized warfare in the 20th century.
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Stone & Stone: Second World War Book Book Review- " provides a deeply detailed analysis of the Battle of Kursk...the book is clearly devoted to investigating a variety of technical topics which would be of most interest to the generals responsible for planning and fighting similar battles."
The Journal of Military History, Vol 64, No 2, April 2000
"This contemporary wartime Soviet General Staff study supplies a wealth of detail which gives it immediate, present-day relevance ... In the vast and varies historiography of the battle of Kursk this Soviet General Staff survey occupies a unique place, much of its material either surprisingly fresh or directly pertinent to clarifying aspects and incidents long obscured."
"Those interested in a staff appreciation of the Soviet side of the battle of Kursk will find both strategic and tactical grist here."
" a reader can profit from examining this study as a good example of a thorough report and a staff producing optimal work even while operating under the stress of war".
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