Voices from Stalingrad: Unique First-Hand Accounts from World War II's Cruellest Battle. Jonathan Bastable

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Voices from Stalingrad: Unique First-Hand Accounts from World War II's Cruellest Battle. Jonathan Bastable

Voices from Stalingrad Unique First Hand Accounts from World War II s Cruellest Battle Jonathan Bastable Offering a record of one of the pivotal events of World War II as told through the personal accounts of the German and Soviet soldiers who fought in it this book features photographs from the Battle

  • Title: Voices from Stalingrad: Unique First-Hand Accounts from World War II's Cruellest Battle. Jonathan Bastable
  • Author: Jonathan Bastable
  • ISBN: 9780715327258
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • Offering a record of one of the pivotal events of World War II, as told through the personal accounts of the German and Soviet soldiers who fought in it, this book features photographs from the Battle of Stalingrad, from both sides of the front.

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    1. Themistocles on said:

      Though the book starts off with a rather serious and surprising mistake (that Hitler had been democratically elected), it's getting better and better from there.With a bias towards the russian side, unlike most would expect, and with lots of explanative text, Bastable takes the reader by the hand and leads them through the history of the battle for Stalingrad. This is history from the sources rather than a 'mere' collection of letters and diary copy, though the sources are, of course, hardly str [...]

    2. Leonard Mokos on said:

      Primarily quilted from first hand accounts from both sides, this was so vivid I am now in therapy. Even my cat frightens me. Superb!

    3. John Marshall on said:

      Reading the personal accounts of the combatants from either side takes away the uniforms and the flags they fought under. All you get is the horror of war. Uncensored.

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