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Author Glantz, David M.

Title When Titans clashed : how the Red Army stopped Hitler / David M. Glantz, Jonathan M. House.

Published Lawrence, Kan. : University Press of Kansas, 1995.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  947.084 GLAN    DUE 19-10-19
Physical description xi, 414 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Series Modern war studies.
Modern war studies.
Bibliography Includes bibliograhical references (pages 321-380) and index.
Contents 1. The Red Army, 1918-1939 -- 2. Armed Truce, 1939-1941 -- 3. Opposing Armies, 1941 -- 4. German Onslaught -- 5. Soviet Response -- 6. To Moscow -- 7. Rasputitsa, Spring 1942 -- 8. Operation Blau: The German Drive on Stalingrad -- 9. Operation Uranus: The Destruction of Sixth Army -- 10. Rasputitsa and Operational Pause, Spring 1943 -- 11. Kursk to the Dnepr -- 12. Third Winter of the War -- 13. Operation Bagration: The Death of Army Group Center -- 14. Clearing the Flanks -- 15. Battles in the Snow, Winter 1945 -- 16. End Game -- 17. Conclusion.
Summary By the time Pearl Harbor had ripped apart America's peacetime pretensions, the German blitzkrieg had already blasted the Red Army back to the gates of Moscow. Yet, less than four years later, the Soviet hammer and sickle flew above the ruins of Berlin, stark symbol of a miraculous comeback that destroyed the German army and shattered Hitler's imperial designs. Told in swift stirring prose, When Titans Clashed provides the first full account of this epic struggle from the Soviet perspective. David Glantz, one of the world's foremost authorities on the Soviet military, and Jonathan House present a fundamentally new interpretation of what the Russians called the "Great Patriotic War." Based on unprecedented access to formerly classified Soviet sources, they counter the German perspective that has dominated previous accounts and radically revise our understanding of the Soviet experience during World War II.
Other author House, Jonathan M. (Jonathan Mallory), 1950-
Subject Soviet Union. Raboche-Krestʹi͡anskai͡a Krasnai͡a Armii͡a -- History -- World War, 1939-1945.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Eastern Front.
ISBN 070060717X