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    The book "Berlin" (in Italy was edited with the title "Berlino 1945 - La caduta" - the fall -), is mainly based on the surrounding and the final assault to Berlin, from the Red Army. It starts about from January 1945 to the last months of the war.The battle of Kursk started five months after the fall of Stalingrad, on July 4th, 1943. It is considered the Stalingrad ideal conyinuation, not in chronological sense, but just because it was written by the same author, with the same method and principles. If you are expecially interested about Kursk, there are many other books. Here's i give you some titles:

    KURSK : THE GREATEST TANK BATTLE EVER FOUGHT, 1943 - M. K. Barbier (2002)

    KURSK : THE GERMAN VIEW - Steven H. Newton (2003)

    THE BATTLE OF KURSK (Modern War Studies) - David M. Glantz & Jonathan M. House (2004)

    KURSK : HITLER'S GAMBLE, 1943 - Walter S. Jr, Dunn (2008)

    ZITADELLE : THE GERMAN OFFENSIVE AGAINST THE KURSK SALIENT, 4 - 7 JULY 1943
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    German Bundeswehr military historian, Karl-heinz Frieser, and author of The Blitzkrieg Legend: The 1940 Campaign in the West is supposedly writing a book on the Eastern Front as an official German military history that will focus on the offensives up to Kursk....

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    In view of what Frieser's basic thesis was in The Blitzkrieg Legend, he'll probably end up arguing that the inter-connection and improved communication of the Soviet tank and regular forces by 1943 brought the end to German Panzer hegemony. It is clear that Frieser is a strong believer in the supreme importance of fast and comprehensive communication and he'll probably draw a direct line between the early German successes and the Chaos in the Soviet Headquarters (which basically caused a communications breakdown) and contrast it with the German defeat at Kursk and the empowered Zhukov's personal attention and constant communications with the local ground commanders.
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