Army Group North: The Wehrmacht in Russia, 1941-1945
After long years of studying sources and literature, Werner Haupt presents the military history of one of the larger theaters of World War II. The completion of the history of "Army Group North" is the result of the author's utilization of all German and Russian literature, as well as those combat diaries and documents of the committed troop units that are available in German archives. In addition, the author was assisted in clearing up several questions by the advice of former members of the army group - from commanders to drivers. This series by Werner Haupt will continue with a volume each on Army Group Center and Army Group South. The author served in the German Army as a soldier and officer in the northern sector of the Eastern Front during the Second World War. He is also the author of Assault on Moscow - 1941 (available from Schiffer Publishing Ltd.).
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12th Panzer Division 18th Army 2nd Baltic Front 2nd Shock Army 3rd Panzer Army 4th Panzer Group 58th ID 61st ID 8th Panzer Division advance air defense aircraft anti-tank Army commander Army Group Center army group commander Army Group North Assault Gun attack Baltic Front Baltic Sea batteries battle bridgehead combat group committed Demyansk deployed Divi Division Major Duena Duenaburg Eastern encircled Estonian evacuation fire formations German Guards Hitler ID Lieutenant ID Major Infantry Regiment infantrymen kilometers Kurland Lake Ilmen land left flank Libau Light Infantry Luftflotte Luftwaffe Field Division Luga main combat line Motorized Army Corps Motorized Infantry Division Narva Naval offensive operations Panzer Corps Pleskau Podzun Polozk positions rail line Reconnaissance Reich Reval Rifle Division Riga right flank Russian sector Security Division ships Sinyavino soldiers Soviet squadrons Staraya Russa Tank Brigade torpedo boats troops Volkhov Wehrmacht withdrawal XXVIII Army Corps