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Voices From Stalingrad: Nemesis on the Volga
     

Voices From Stalingrad: Nemesis on the Volga

by Jonathan Bastable
 
A Fascinating Perspective on World War II's Largest and Most Bitterly Fought Battle

* Includes never-before-published material from rare German and Russian KGB sources

* Authored by the critically acclaimed author of Voices from D-Day

* Features rare photographs from both sides of the front

No previous work about Stalingrad places such emphasis

Overview

A Fascinating Perspective on World War II's Largest and Most Bitterly Fought Battle

* Includes never-before-published material from rare German and Russian KGB sources

* Authored by the critically acclaimed author of Voices from D-Day

* Features rare photographs from both sides of the front

No previous work about Stalingrad places such emphasis on the experience of ordinary fighters and civilians. This volume of human history and military strategy includes fresh translations from original sources describing this pivotal event of World War II as told by the German and Soviet soldiers who fought the battle, Russian civilians who watched the enemy at the gates as well as Western diplomat and newspaper correspondent onlookers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780715321768
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
08/26/2006
Series:
Voices From Series
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author


Jonathan Bastable, a renowned writer and journalist, studied Russian and German at Nottingham University and was a Sunday Times correspondent. Having lived in Moscow, Jonathan now resides in Brighton, England.

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