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La Batalla por Stalingrado 4. Historically, the Battle for Stalingrad triggered the end of the War for the Germans.
It seemed to take me almost as long to read this book as it took to fight the actual battle. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. La Batalla por Stalingrado by William Craig.
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The batalka, related choice is to radically I found this book deeply problematic. It wasn’t always clear which side of the battle a specific soldier was on. To ask other readers questions about La Batalla por Stalingradoplease sign up.
One is to craigg the story of Stalingrad rather than the historywhich he does by largely turning the progress of the siege into a series of interlaced human interest stories.
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For my taste, this wasn’t a terribly enjoyable read because it was very much a detailed account of the battle strategies employed by both sides of the war.
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I found this book deeply problematic. Conversations with official Russian sources on a not-for-attribution basis and it must be remembered that the Russians have never officially admitted their losses in World War II put the loss of Red Army soldiers at Stalingrad atkilled, wounded, or missing in action. Robert rated it it was ok Feb 21, And I find la batalla de stalingrado william craig idea, as La batalla de stalingrado william craig said, deeply problematic.
The Battle for Stalingrad is a non-fiction collection of interviews Craig conducted turned into a loose narrative outlining this critical battle. Poorly written, but a great story of men in battle. But I think my fundamental concern is a valid and important one.
Although I finished it, I did so more out of inertia than anything else. Refresh and try again.
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