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Hitler’s invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941 precipitated a massive clash of arms that gave rise to destruction and suffering on an unprecedented scale. The outcome of this ruthless struggle on the Eastern Front was decisive for the course of the war in Europe. Yet the campaigns fought there still receive less attention than those fought by the Western Allies, and are less well understood. That is why this new survey of the Soviet Union during the Second World War, edited by David R. Stone, is so timely and significant. He has brought together a distinguished group of experts who give a penetrating reassessment of the Soviet war effort and economy. They offer a telling insight into the way in which enormous obstacles were overcome – and sacrifices were made – in order to achieve an overwhelming victory that changed the shape of Europe. Their wide-ranging analysis seeks to dispel myths and misperceptions that have distorted our understanding of the performance of the Red Army and the Soviet people.
This book is highly recommended for readers with an interest in the Soviet Union or the Second World War in general. It is the definitive statement on state of current research in this field.Military Times - February 2011
As a whole or as individual chapters 'The Soviet Union at War is appropriate for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. Anyone interested in war beyond tightly defined tactics and strategy - in other words, anyone concerned with the impact of war on society and the impact of society on how wars are fought - will find this volume useful.The Russian Review
This is a very valuable piece of work, and an essential part of the literature on the Second World War.historyofwar.org- July 2011
In the summer of 1944 the Red Army crushed Army Group Centre in one of the largest offensives in military history. Operation Bagration - launched almost exactly three years after the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union - was Stalin's retribution for Hitler's Operation Barbarossa. Earlier battles at Stalingrad and Kursk paved the way for Soviet victory, but as Anthony Tucker-Jones demonstrates in this fascinating study, Bagration ensured that the Germans would never regain the strategic initiative. In one fell swoop the Wehrmacht lost a quarter of its strength on the Eastern Front. And in a series…By Anthony Tucker-Jones
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