Berlin 1945: The Final Reckoning

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MBI Distribution Services/Quayside Distribution, 2001 - History - 176 pages
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A comprehensive history of the last battle of Nazi Germany, this book begins with a study of the background to the battle and a description of events on the eastern and western fronts before the Soviet forces reached Berlin.

The strategic importance of the city to the German war effort and morale is considered, and the reasons why the Western allies halted their advance on the Elbe rather than race the Soviet troops to the Reichstag.

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Bahm has a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago on Modern Central European History, and is a teaching member of the Department of History, Politics, and Society at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.

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