7 edition of Stalingrad found in the catalog.
|Statement||Joachim Wieder and Heinrich Graf von Einsiedel.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, German.|
|Series||Cassell military paperbacks|
|Contributions||Einsiedel, Heinrich, Graf von.|
|LC Classifications||D764.3.S7 W513 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||2003446759|
About Stalingrad. 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 August , Hitler’s . Jan 12, · In the five month siege that followed, the Russians fought to hold Stalingrad at any cost, then caught their Nazi enemy in an astonishing reversal. As never before, Stalingrad conveys the experience of soldiers on both sides as they fought in inhuman conditions, and of civilians trapped on an urban battlefield.
Feb 14, · Beginning with the background to Stalingrad, the book shows how initially the Germans made progress against the city’s defenders, but failed to break them. By 14 October the German Army was ready to make its third, final assault on the Soviet 62nd Army. Stalingrad Battle Data. 11K likes. StalData Publications seeks to provide the most up-to-date information on the Battle of Stalingrad, through online and print research projets/5(33).
Summary and Analysis Part 9: The Last Human Stranger: The Snows of Stalingrad Summary. It is January Liesel goes to see Frau Holtzapfel to read to her and a man with a bandaged and bleeding hand answers the door. Jun 11, · “One needs time and patience to read Stalingrad, but it is worth it. Moving majestically from Berlin to Moscow to the boundless Kazakh steppe A multitude of lives and fates are played out against a vast panoramic history.” —Ian Thomson, Evening Standard‘s ’Book of the Week’.
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Jul 01, · This is a painful book to read, as it shows the horror of the war on both sides. The half-year battle for the streets of Stalingrad was an unremitting horror, with not only two armies, but thousands of civilians jammed into a city that was being bombed into rubble while /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 huge Sixth Army reached the city that bore Stalin's sunshinesteaming.com by: Jun 07, · The received wisdom about this book is that it was an orthodox Soviet account of the siege of Stalingrad and that it lacked the complexity and merit of Life and Fate.
The very fact that it was. Stalingrad book. Read 81 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Vasily Grossman’s Life and Fate has been hailed as a twentieth-century W /5. A prequel to one of the great novels of the 20th century, Vasily Grossman’s book Life and Fate, finally appeared in English this sunshinesteaming.comgrad is an epic novel, Tolstoyan in its.
Jun 06, · Stalingrad does that This is a book to be absorbed over the course of a life, read and re-read from new perspectives Each reading of Stalingrad would represent a movement closer to its elusive core, to its heart that keeps on beating through time * Herald * Grossman's most humane writing about injustice and atrocity paradoxically emerges /5().
Jun 28, · "One needs time and patience to read Stalingrad, but it is worth it. Moving majestically from Berlin to Moscow to the boundless Kazakh steppe A multitude of lives and fates are played out against a vast panoramic history." —Ian Thomson, Evening Standard's 'Book of the Week'/5(51).
Jun 06, · A BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week. Stalingrad is the prequel to Life and Fate, one of the twentieth century's greatest sunshinesteaming.com is its first publication in English. In AprilHitler and Mussolini plan the huge offensive on the Eastern Front that will culminate in the greatest battle in human sunshinesteaming.com: Vasily Grossman.
Jan 13, · Stalingrad Part 1 of 3 Audiobook FULL by Atony Bevoor. Jun 06, · Much like the German invasion of the USSR, Stalingrad is a daunting monster, weighing in at pages plus pages of fascinating historical notes and the translator's take on the many versions of the book.
At its best, in the first half, Stalingrad is about families: their strength in love and their hell in emotional conflict/5(53).
Jul 01, · 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(). Jun 03, · 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. Grossman. Oct 30, · It depends on how you want to look at the battle. If there is only one book on Stalingrad that you want to read, then I would suggest “Enemy at the Gates” by Craig.
But this book is long on personality and short on military strategy. If you want p. Jul 04, · Buy Stalingrad by Antony Beevor (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/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 sunshinesteaming.com AugustHitler's huge Sixth Army reached the city that bore Stalin's name. In the five-month siege that followed, the Russians fought to hold Stalingrad at any cost /5(3). Over the past two decades, Antony Beevor has established himself as one of the world's premier historians of World War II.
His multi-award winning books have included Stalingrad and The Fall of Berlin Now, in his newest and most ambitious book, he turns his focus to one of the bloodiest and most tragic events of the twentieth century, The Second World War.
May 01, · This book by noted writer Antony Beevor joins three others that are essential English language "classics" on Stalingrad. These important books are John Erickson's "The Road to Stalingrad: Stalin's War with Germany" and Joel Hayward's "Stopped at Stalingrad: The Luftwaffe and Hitler's Defeat in the East " and Earl Ziemke and Magna Bauer's "Moscow to Stalingrad: Decision in the Cited by: Dec 14, · Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin by Timothy Snyder Audiobook Full 1/2 - Duration: Timothy Snyder Audiobook Full 84, views.
Jun 11, · Stalingrad is Life and Fate’s equal. It is, arguably, the richer book — shot through with human stories and a sense of life’s beauty and fragility.
—Luke Harding, The Observer [F]ew works of literature since Homer can match the piercing, unshakably humane gaze that Grossman turns on the haggard face of war. —The Economist. The Battle of Stalingrad (–43), a battle on the Eastern Front of World War II, often regarded as the single largest and bloodiest battle in the history of warfare, and one of the most decisive battles of World War II, has inspired a number of media works.
Nov 03, · Best book in what regard? First person account? Best writing? Most in-depth study of tactics? 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.Jun 11, · Grossman (–), best known for this book’s sequel, Life and Fate, was on the scene as a Soviet war reporter during WWII’s Nazi siege of Stalingrad, and the novel teems with his firsthand observations.
The action is told from dozens of perspectives, ranging from humble workers to Brand: New York Review Books.An Autobiographical German Account: Stalingrad. Heinz Schroter. Schroter was among the German War Correspondents Staff at Stalingrad.
I first read it when I was 11 years old, & I have never forgotten its dedication: “This book is not a memor.