The Soviet Strategic Offensive in Manchuria, 1945: August Storm

Frank Cass, 2003 - 451 páginas
This critical examination of the final Soviet strategic offensive operation during World War II seeks to chip away at two generally inaccurate pictures many Westerners have of the war. Specifically, Westerners seem to think that only geography, climate, and sheer numbers negated German military skill and competency on the eastern front, a view that relegates Soviet military accomplishments to oblivion.

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Glantz is something of an expert on Soviet combat operations during the Second World War, about which he has written a number of thick books. This particular one deals with the Soviet conquest of ... Leer reseña completa

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Reseña de usuario  - Shrike58 - LibraryThing

If you've read any of the author's other works you know what you're getting here; close analysis of the Red Army in World War II based on Russian sources. I particularly liked the special attention ... Leer reseña completa

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