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Battle of Stalingrad

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Doctor at Stalingrad
by Hans Dibold
Hardcover from Aberdeen Bookstore

Cassell Military Classics: The Forsaken Army: The Great Novel of Stalingrad
by Heinrich Gerlach, Richard Graves
Paperback from Cassell Academic

Enemy at the Gates: The Battle for Stalingrad
by William Craig
Book Description: Stalingrad, the bloodiest battle in the history of warfare, cost the lives of nearly two million men and women. It signaled the beginning of the end for Adolph Hitler and foretold the juggernaut that would destroy Berlin and make the Soviet Union a superpower. The author, William Craig, interviewed hundreds of survivors of the battle, both Russian and German, and has woven their incredible experiences into the fabric of hitherto unknown documents. The resulting tapestry is epic in scope and awesome in its depiction of heroism and tragedy.

Probably the best single work on the epic battle of Stalingrad... An unforgettable and haunting reading experience. ~ Cornelius Ryan

Craig has written a book with both historical significance and intense personal drama ~ James Michener

Hardcover: 470 pages
Publisher: Konecky & Konecky;
ISBN: 1568523688 

Stalingrad: The Fateful Siege, 1942-1943
by Antony Beevor
(Paperback -- May )

Stalingrad : 1942-1943 : The Infernal Cauldron
by Stephen Walsh
Hardcover - 176 pages
St Martins Pr (Trade); ISBN: 0312269439

Stalingrad: the Defeat of the German 6th Army
Paul Carell
Hardcover 1 Eng Ed edition (March 1993)
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; ISBN: 0887404693
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Stopped at Stalingrad : The Luftwaffe and Hitler's Defeat in the East, 1942-1943
(Modern War Studies)
by Joel S. A. Hayward
Most accounts of the Battle of Stalingrad have focused on the dismal fate of the German Army. Joel Hayward now chronicles Luftwaffe operations during that campaign, focusing on Hitler's use of the air force as a tactical rather than strategic weapon in close support of ground forces. He vividly details the Luftwaffe's key role as "flying artillery," showing that the army relied on Luftwaffe support to a far greater degree than has been previously revealed and that its successes in the East occurred largely because of the effectiveness of that support. Amazon.com
Paperback - 412 pages Reprint edition
Univ Pr of Kansas; ISBN: 0700611460
 
Victory at Stalingrad: The Battle that Changed History
by Geoffrey Roberts
Paperback from Pearson Longman

199 Days the Battle for Stalingrad: The Battle for Stalingrad
by Edwin Palmer Hoyt
Paperback from Forge

Stalingrad
by Antony Beevor
Hardcover from Viking Press

Stalingrad: Memories and Reassessments
by Joachim Wieder, Heinrich Graf Von Einsiedel, Helmut Bogler, Henrich G. Von Einsiedel, Heinrich Graf Von Einsiedel
Hardcover from Arms & Armour

The Ninety Days
by Thomas N. Carmichael
Hardcover from William s Konecky Assoc

 

War of the Rats
War of the Rats
by David L. Robbins
David L. Robbins grimly recounts the merciless determination of the German and Soviet combatants of the battle of Stalingrad in War of the Rats. Drawing from real events, Robbins tells the story of one of the battle's most pivotal contests: the famous sniper duel between Chief Master Sergeant Vasily Zaitsev and S.S. Colonel Heinz Thorvald. Zaitsev, a cunning Siberian hunter hardened by Stalingrad's butchery, has formed an impromptu sniper school in the midst of the battle, training his comrades to kill with implacable efficiency. The hundreds of bodies left in their wake prompt the Nazi leadership to send Thorvald, the cold-blooded master of the Wehrmacht's elite sniper academy, to assassinate the Soviet prodigy. Robbins's nerve-wracking prose depicts the two adversaries as they pursue their private war across a twisted hellscape of burning tanks and gutted factories. In the novel's most impressive section, Robbins leaps between the thoughts of Zaitsev and Thorvald as they struggle, in their final battle, to put the crosshairs on each other's head. A war novel that reveals the shrewd savagery in human nature, War of the Rats vividly reveals why the Germans referred to the fighting at Stalingrad as Der Rattenkrieg. --James Highfill - Amazon.com
Mass Market Paperback from Bantam
 

 
 

 
Battle of Stalingrad on DVD

Enemy at the Gates
starring Jude Law, Ed Harris, Joseph Fiennes
directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud
Listed under War Movies

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