Hitler's War in the East, 1941-1945: A Critical Assessment

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Berghahn Books, 2002 - History - 442 pages
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This volume provides a guide to the extensive literature on the war in the East, including largely unknown Soviet writings on the subject. Indispensable for military historians, but also for all scholars who approach this crucial period in world history from a socio-economic or cultural perspective.
 

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Contents

Bibliography
42
The Military Campaign Gerd R Ueberschar
73
The Ideologically Motivated War of Annihilation in the East
203
Introduction
209
Bibliography
253
The Occupation RolfDieter Miiller
283
The Results of the War and Coming to Terms with Them
345
Gerd R Ueberschar
367
The Results of the War
375
From Historical Memories to Bridges of Understanding
399
Bibliographical Annex
407
Index of Names
435
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