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    any one read the book stalingrad !! its awesome a real detail insight on the complete campaign

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    I really liked it.

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    Very good :-)

    ... assuming we are talking about the one by Anthony Beevor ;-D

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    yes yes correct ! v r takin abt the 1 by anthony beevor

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    Sounds like a good book,do you know the average price of the book.

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    I have read it, but let me make sure is it a informational book or a story book. Because I have only read the informational book.
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    Many years ago I read a book named "Stalingrad" whihch was written by a German participant in the battles. His name was Theordore Plevier. He wrote at least two more books about the Russian front: One was called "Moskau", the other "Berlin". My copies were translated from German into Dutch. These books described how brutal and senseless war can be.

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    I read 'Enemy at the Gates: The battle for Stalingrad' by William Craig.

    Please don't think about the movie. This book merely inspired the movie.
    The book covers the snipers involved, but this is only one facet of a much deeper work.

    The book covers the whole battle in depth, with a historical and documentary approach. Including what led up to the battle, the many failures of German High Command, and the aftermath, POWs and survivors.

    A harrowing account of a horrific battle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuuk View Post
    Many years ago I read a book named "Stalingrad" whihch was written by a German participant in the battles. His name was Theordore Plevier. He wrote at least two more books about the Russian front: One was called "Moskau", the other "Berlin". My copies were translated from German into Dutch. These books described how brutal and senseless war can be.
    Plievier's trilogy was a good read. In his book "Stalingrad" however it was obvious that Plievier wrote it during his time in the USSR (he emigrated in 1933), one can sense a little bit of censorship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flamethrowerguy View Post
    Plievier's trilogy was a good read. In his book "Stalingrad" however it was obvious that Plievier wrote it during his time in the USSR (he emigrated in 1933), one can sense a little bit of censorship.
    So if he emigrated to the USSR, did he fight with the Red Army?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schuultz View Post
    So if he emigrated to the USSR, did he fight with the Red Army?
    No, like most German emigrants he was "evacuated" to the east (Tashkent/Uzbekistan in his case) in late 1941.
    After the Battle of Stalingrad in early 1943 he became a member of the "Nationalkomitee Freies Deutschland" (National Committee for a Free Germany).
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    i enjoyed it . though it took me a while to read i have to read it over cause i had to do a bunch of book studys for school so i had to put it down so many times
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    I just got my copy of Stalingrad by anthony beever! so far so good! Now if I can only find a good book about the battle of Kursk

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    I agree with you, Frogman, about "Stalingrad" of Anthony Beevor. I've also read "Berlin", written by the same author, that is considered the ideal continuation of "Stalingrad".
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    Quote Originally Posted by skorzeny57 View Post
    I agree with you, Frogman, about "Stalingrad" of Anthony Beevor. I've also read "Berlin", written by the same author, that is considered the ideal continuation of "Stalingrad".
    So the Book Fall of Berlin is pretty much all the battles after stalingrad all the way to the battle in berlin? Does it talk about the battle of Kursk?

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