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Forgotten Battles of the Soviet-German War (Soviet (Russian) Study of War). Glantz received degrees in history from the Virginia Military Institute and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a graduate of the . 0415354641 (ISBN13: 9780415354646).
Download Citation Forgotten battles of the GermanSoviet war .
Download Citation Forgotten battles of the GermanSoviet war (1941–45), Part II For over 50 years, major gaps have existed in the historical record of operations on the GermanSoviet front during World War II. This has been s. .For over 50 years, major gaps have existed in the historical record of operations on the GermanSoviet front during World War II. This has been so largely because archival evidence has been lacking on the Soviet side regarding the Soviet High Command's (Stavka) strategic intent and the Red Army's performance in operations that generally failed.
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IV Forgotten battles of the German-Soviet War David M. Glantz (forthcoming). FROM LENINGRAD TO HUNGARY Notes of a Red Army soldier, 1941–1946.
Approximately three million German prisoners of war were captured by the Soviet Union during World War II, most of them during the great advances of the Red Army in the last year of the war. The POWs were employed as forced labor in the Soviet wartime economy and post-war reconstruction. By 1950 almost all surviving POWs had been released, with the last prisoner returning from the USSR in 1956.
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The Soviet Union’s self-proclaimed Great Patriotic War was one of unprecedented brutality.
The Soviet Union’s self-proclaimed Great Patriotic War was one of unprecedented brutality. It was a veritable Kulturkampf, a war to the death between two cultures, which killed as many as 35 million Russian soldiers and civilians, almost 4 million German soldiers and countless German civilians, and inflicted unimaginable destruction and damage to the population and institutional infrastructure of most of central and eastern Europe.