Russia at war, 1941-1945 / Alexander Werth.


New York : Dutton, 1964.

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Subjects Eastern Front (World War (1939-1945))
Military campaigns.
Russland.
Soviet Union -- History -- 1939-1945.
Soviet Union.
Weltkrieg (1939-1945)
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Eastern Front.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Soviet Union.
Description xxv, 1100 pages, [2] folded leaves of plates : maps ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 1047-1058) and index.
Summary In this widely acclaimed history of a country at war, Alexander Werth unfolds in startling human terms the story of the Russian people and their leaders in the Soviet conflict with the Nazis from the disasters of the Second World War to the beginnings of the Cold War. Himself an eyewitness to the shattering historical drama he vividly records, Werth offers an intensely detailed chronicle of the events that exceeded in savagery and hatred any other on Russian soil. From the hardships of the citizenry to the sweep of massive military operations to the corridors of diplomacy, this modern classic captures every aspect of the grim but heroic Soviet-German war that turned Russia into the most powerful nation in the Old World.
Contents pt. 1. Prelude to war -- part 2. From the invasion to the Battle of Moscow -- part 3. The Leningrad story -- part 4. The black summer of 1942 -- part 5. Stalingrad -- part 6. Year of hard victories-the Polish tangle -- part 7. Russia enters Eastern Europe -- part 8. Victory-and the seeds of the Cold War.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Germany (West)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)397120
(OCoLC)ocm00397120
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Werth, Alexander, 1901-1969.
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