6 edition of Stalingrad: The Air Battle found in the catalog.
January 1, 2008
by Ian Allan Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||144|
The Battle of Stalingrad marked a turned pointing in World War II. For six months, two massive military forces, each instructed by their respective leader not to cede an inch to the enemy, fought for control of the city that bore the Soviet dictator’s name. The battle ended with the encirclement and destruction of an entire German field army. The fighting in Stalingrad, lasting from August to February , and ending with the surrender of Hitler ’s army, changed the course of World War II and world history. It was the most ferocious battle in human history, claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands. The Battle of Stalingrad put an end to Hitler’s dream of world.
Stalingrad's significance has been downplayed by some historians, who point either to the Battle of Moscow or the Battle of Kursk as more strategically decisive. Others maintain that the destruction of an entire army (the largest killed, captured, wounded figures for Axis soldiers, nearly 1 million, during the war) and the frustration of. There are too many categories to single one book out as 'best', but my favorite book is 'Stalingrad, The Fateful Siege' by Antony Beevor. This is an up close and personal look at the battle. It is not a detailed study but focuses on those on the front line and in the rubble, and also details the inner workings of von Paulus and his staff.
The Battle of Stalingrad has been covered many times from the standpoint of the ground battles but this page hardcover book provides a detailed and highly illustrated account of the air battles and the role of air power in determining the outcome from both sides. This book is . The carnage of the Battle of Stalingrad finally came to an end in February , when the German Sixth Army Commander, Gen. Friedrich Paulus, surrendered the remaining ninety thousand troops of.
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Stalingrad air battles, good book that sheds some light on major supplement that was conducted by Stalingrad: The Air Battle book German air force during this battle.
Also covered and the most interesting is the air to ground mission that the German used to stop major offensive after the battle and before/5(8). In the second book of Christer Bergstrom's series on the air war on the Eastern Front, the focus turns to the air battles over the southern part of the front and the monumental fighting at Stalingrad/5.
The unexpected Soviet counter-offensive forms the climax of Vasily Grossman’s novel Stalingrad, one of the great novels of the 20th century.
Stalingrad air Stalingrad: The Air Battle book, good book that sheds some light on major supplement that was conducted by the German air force during this battle.
Also covered and the most interesting is the air to ground mission that the German used to stop major offensive after the battle and before/5. In the Battle of Stalingrad (23 August – 2 February ), Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd) in Southern by fierce close-quarters combat and direct assaults on civilians in air raids, it is one of the bloodiest battles in the history of warfare, with an estimated 2 million total on: Stalingrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet.
The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare. Historians and reviewers worldwide have hailed Antony Beevor's magisterial Stalingrad as the definitive account of World War II's most harrowing battle.
In AugustHitler's huge Sixth Army reached the city that bore Stalin's name/5. Stalingrad air battles, good book that sheds some light on major supplement that was conducted by the German air force during this battle.
Also covered and the most interesting is the air to ground mission that the German used to stop major offensive after the battle and before/5(6). The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare.
From Antony Beevor, the internationally bestselling author of D-Day and The Battle of Arnhem. In AugustHitler's huge Sixth /5(). The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare.
From Antony Beevor, the internationally bestselling author of D-Day and The Battle of Arnhem. In AugustHitler's /5(80). Comparing and contrasting this book with "Stopped at Stalingrad", this book, "Stalingrad: The Air Battle: January " covers both the German and Soviet efforts ("Stopped at Stalingrad focuses more on the Germans), has more technical details, analysis of the opposing forces, orders of battle, and copious anecdotes from both sides/5(9).
The Battle of Stalingrad was not only the psychological turning point of World War II: it also changed the face of modern warfare.
From Antony Beevor, the internationally bestselling author of D-Day and The Battle of Arnhem. In AugustHitler's Cited by: Stalingrad and Life and Fate are modelled on War and Peace – the only book Grossman said he was able to read at the front.
Grossman consciously took on the role of Red Tolstoy. He set out to write a requiem for the millions of Soviet citizens who perished, especially those lost in the months after the invasion/5(8).
The Battle of Stalingrad was a brutal military campaign between Russian forces and those of Nazi Germany and the Axis powers during World War II. Of all the debates about the Battle of Stalingrad, perhaps none causes more controversy than the question of whether or not the Sixth Army would have.
Get this from a library. Stalingrad: the air battle: November February [Christer Bergström] -- "Following the harsh winter of /42, the Germans renewed their offensive operations across the entire Eastern Front once the spring thaw had set in.
As inthey made significant advances. For Russians, 75 Years Later, Stalingrad Is a Battle to Remember. Photographs and Text by Sergey Ponomarev. the bombs from the German. The book tells the story of the greatest battle in the history of the world, the Battle of Stalingrad, where hundred of thousands of men perished in a cauldron of lead, fire and shrapnel.
It is a story of the utter defeat of Paulus 6th Army where close topeople perished.5/5(5). Stalingrad: The Air Battle gives an overview of the air war during the campaigns from early which led to the battle of Stalingrad. Stalingrad: The Air Battle describes the strategy and tactics and also gives an analysis of the "air related" reasons to the great Soviet victory at Stalingrad in.
The Stalingrad-class battlecruiser, also known as Project 82 (Russian: Тяжёлые крейсера проекта 82), was a Soviet battlecruiser design from It was a smaller and less-expensive counterpart to the Kronshtadt-class battlecruisers of The original role was for a light, fast ship intended to break up attacks by British fast-cruiser forces that might attempt Speed: knots ( km/h; mph).
The Air Battle: November February By Christer Bergström Midland Publishing, © ISBN Hardbound, Pages Available from Specialty Press for $ Reviewed by Chris Banyai-Riepl The battle at Stalingrad in /43 was a turning point for the war in Europe, and as such the ground struggle has been covered in.
The Battle of Stalingrad was a major battle of World War 2 in which Nazi Germany and its allies fought the Soviet Union for control of the city of Stalingrad in southwestern battle took place between 23 August and 2 February It was among the largest on the Eastern Front and was marked by its brutality and disregard for military and civilian casualties.
This is a book that lets the reader look into the face of battle' Orlando Figes, Sunday Telegraph 'A brilliantly researched tour de force of military history' Sarah Bradford, The Times Antony Beevor is the renowned author of Stalingrad, which won the Samuel Johnson Prize, the Wolfson Prize for History and the Hawthornden Prize for Literature /5(84).
Analysing the Stalingrad Airlift statistics explains why, and also shows us why the Stalingrad Airlift couldn't even supply the same levels they managed during the Demyansk Airlift.