Hitler's Nemesis

The Red Army, 1930-45

Walter S. Dunn Jr.

From the foreword by acclaimed Eastern Front historian David Glantz: Hitler's Nemesis "fills a major gap in our understanding of the Red Army at war. . . . By adding flesh and sinew to what had formerly seemed a gaunt skeleton, he has placed recognizable faces on that great gray mass of men whom the German Army fought against. . . .
Publication date:
April 2009
Publisher :
Stackpole Books
Language:
English
Series :
Stackpole Military History Series
Illustration :
23
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Paperback
ISBN : 9780811735438

Dimensions : 229 X 152 mm
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£12.95

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From the foreword by acclaimed Eastern Front historian David Glantz: Hitler's Nemesis "fills a major gap in our understanding of the Red Army at war. . . . By adding flesh and sinew to what had formerly seemed a gaunt skeleton, he has placed recognizable faces on that great gray mass of men whom the German Army fought against. . . . Here, laid out in detail for the reader, are the infantry, armor, artillery, and cavalry formations which enabled the Red Army to survive and emerge victorious after four years of struggle.”