Crumbling Empire: The German Defeat in the East, 1944
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Crumbling Empire: The German Defeat in the East, 1944

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The last place a German soldier wanted to be in 1944 was the Russian front. That summer, Stalin hurled into battle more than six million men and 9,000 tanks, supported by 16,000 fighters and bombers and more than 12,800 guns and rocket launchers. Despite this massive effort and the resulting decimation of German forces, events on the Eastern Front are largely neglected by...more
Hardcover, 312 pages
Published June 30th 2001 by Greenwood Press (first published 2001)
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