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Hitler fought wars on various fronts and also at least one behind the lines, against a people he had decided to destroy, that great massacre which we call today the Holocaust. Nazi Germany's war against the Soviet Union was undoubtedly the largest of them all. Did the strategic bombing of Germany and our operations in North-western Europe influence the final decision in the East? Yes, but it was the actual Soviet victory on the ground which made the difference.
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For that reason both sides deserve an impartial analysis as far as the operational military history is concerned. Let's leave the other considerations aside in this instance. Ziemke's Moscow to Stalingrad: The first three chapters of this volume take us up quickly to the failure of the Wehrmacht's Operation Taifun before Moscow. The German Army was the most combat experienced and militarily efficient force in It consisted of masses of good light infantry but only a thin layer of panzer and motorized troops for long distance movement.
The Luftwaffe too was designed and equipped to support short swift wars of annihilation. The Soviets, on the other hand, hadn't fought competent enemies at all before except for the Finns and had subdued them only with difficulty. Ziemke's story actually starts with Chapter 4, where he describes the Soviet Counteroffensive in detail and the German response to it. All in all this is a good operational history of this period of the war put together overwhelmingly from primary sources. In addition the book provides good history of Soviet Operation Star, the battles along the Finnish border and the combat involving Army Group North including the capture of Soviet General Vlasov as well as the German build-up for the Stalingrad campaign.
The author uses the official unit war diaries whenever possible for the Germans, but must rely on pre Soviet official histories for the Russians. Due to the sources, the emphasis is more weighted to the German side, but the author doesn't ignore Soviet development as he describes the evolution of the reeling Soviets of into the unsure practitioners of the vast mobile operations, which nearly destroyed Hitler's southern flank in A mention of the situation with sources is necessary. Since when this book was published the former Soviet archives have partially opened.
Ziemke has a good grasp of the German side in this regard from a decades-long thorough study of the archival material. It will be some time yet before we will have someone with as good a view of the Soviet side, perhaps due to nothing else but that their archives were kept secret for so long. The definitive study of this war has yet to be written, but the last volume of this set, that covering the period of June until the failure of the German drive on Moscow may be the first to combine both the German and Soviet views objectively.
I was able to find some extra information regarding many soviet and German army operations on eastern front besides those well known ones like Stalingrad battle!!! The ones I am talking about happened in forgotten central and northern parts of eastern front during summer and autumn operations. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations.