When Titans clashed: how the Red Army stopped Hitler

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University Press of Kansas, 1995 - History - 414 pages
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"Now, Western readers can learn for the first time the full extent of the Soviet achievement and discover for themselves the awesome patriotic resolve that mobilized tens of millions of men and women to defend their homeland. They can see exactly where and when the Germans miscalculated and understand how those failings produced a massive defeat. Essential reading for anyone wanting to know the true story of how the Red Army snatched victory in 1945 from the jaws of defeat in 1941. -- Washington Post Book World.

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Review: When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler (Modern War Studies)

User Review  - Derek Brozowski - Goodreads

Glantz & House provide an excellent overview of the Eastern Front. However, I would not recommend this book to a novice on the subject. The driving forces in the narrative are armies and divisions. At ... Read full review

Review: When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler (Modern War Studies)

User Review  - James - Goodreads

I'll admit to a more than passing obsession with WWII, especially the Eastern Front. The sheer scale and brutality of it is just awesome. The amount of suffering the Soviet people is astounding, and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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19181941
3
The Red Army 19181939
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About the author (1995)

Glantz is founder and former director of the U.S. Army's Foreign Military Studies Office and editor of the Journal of Slavic Military Studies.

JONATHAN M. HOUSE received his Ph.D. in Military History from the University of Michigan in 1975. He served in the U.S. Army as both an intelligence officer and an historian, including teaching at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He is currently an intelligence analyst employed by a government contractor.

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