Foreword 2007 isbn 9781932033724 to the gates of stalingrad. Glantz, 9780700616305, available at book depository with free delivery worldwide. There have been hundreds of books on the battle, dating back to the early 1950s. Glantz 2017, mp3 cd, unabridged at the best online prices at ebay. Sovietgerman combat operations, aprilaugust 1942 modern war studies by david glantz, jonathan m. The long awaited onevolume campaign history from the leading experts of. Army colonel fluent in russian, glantz is the author of numerous books, including the battle for leningrad, 19411944. His multiaward winning books have included stalingrad and the fall of berlin 1945. Sovietgerman combat operations, aprilaugust 1942 by colonel david m.
Stalingrad the long awaited onevolume campaign history from the leading experts of the decisive clash of nazi and soviet forces at stalingrad. Glantz fights for the truth about stalingrad historynet. Most ww2 obsessives like myself will know all about glantz. Glantz, 9780700623822, available at book depository with free delivery worldwide. Thrillingly written and brilliantly researched, beevors provocative account is destined to become the. Book two finds germanys most famous armygeneral friedrich. In this book glantz also mentions the possibility of a coverup. Glantz and house present a thorough addition to the volumes of prior books that cover the battle of stalingrad. While the previous books in this series were able to focus on combat operations, in this last volume, glantz proceeds to write the final epitaph to sixth army specifically and case blue in general. If there is only one book on stalingrad that you want to read, then i would suggest enemy at the gates by craig.
Buy a cheap copy of to the gates of stalingrad book by david m. What is the definitive book on the wwii battle of stalingrad. Glantzs latest epics, to the gates of stalingrad and armageddon. Beevor lists this book in his bibliography but may not have read this passage. The struggle in stalingrads suburbs and center city, 3 september5 october 1942 47 p 30. David glantz has done something very few historians achieve. The stalingrad front by antony beevor the new york. After stalingrad the red armys winter offensive 19421943 by david m. The confrontation between german and soviet forces at stalingrad was a titanic clash of armies on an unprecedented scalea campaign that was both a turning point. But this book is long on personality and short on military strategy. Armageddon in stalingrad continues david glantz and jonathan houses bold new look at this most iconic military campaign of the eastern front and hitlers first great strategic defeat.
The work unfolds over four hundred and ninety eight pages and includes 104 maps, and is followed by 61 pages of notes. Stream and download audiobooks to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. How the red army survived the german onslaught, casemate publishers and book distributors, jones, michael k. Glantzs latest epics, to the gates of stalingrad and armageddon in stalingrad, recast historys biggest battle in a new light. Glantz 2017, hardcover at the best online prices at. From a world expert on hitlers war in russia, this book on the operation that changed the course of world war ii includes updated information on casualty numbers and opposing forces here, david glantz challenges the timehonored explanation that poor weather, bad terrain, and hitlers faulty strategic judgement produced german defeat, and reveals how the red army thwarted the german armys dramatic and apparently inexorable invasion before it achieved its ambitious goals. Glantz is a superb historian and a brilliant detective who by ferreting out zhukovs deception placed the battle of stalingrad and its chain of command in correct perspective.
The german capture of the city, their encirclement by soviet forces shortly afterwards, and the hardfought but futile attempts to relieve them, saw bitter attritional fighting and extremes of human misery inflicted on both sides. As with the first book of volume 3, professor glantz concludes the tragedy of the german 6th army at stalingrad. In book two of the third volume of his magisterial stalingrad trilogy, david glantz continues and concludes his definitive history of one of the. Still for anyone looking for an audible book on stalingrad then this is the one.
This is a condensed version of his 5 volume epic and it stands well despite being a lot shorter. How the red army stopped hitler modern war studies, and the battle of kursk modern war studies, and more on. How the red army stopped hitler and the battle of kursk. Sovietgerman combat operations, aprilaugust 1942 the stalingrad trilogy, volume 1 modern war studies with jonathan m. Glantz soviet military operations during the sovietgerman. The battle for the caucasus and distant flanks, 25 july18 november 1942 30 p 20.
Septembernovember 1942 the stalingrad trilogy, volume 2 modern war studies by david m. Septembernovember 1942 the stalingrad trilogy, volume 2 modern war studies, endgame at stalingrad. Now, in his newest and most ambitious book, he turns his focus to one of the bloodiest and most tragic events of the twentieth century, the second world war. Book two finds germanys most famous armygeneral friedrich pauluss. The other is the final book in david glantz series on stalingrad companion. His the long awaited onevolume campaign history from the leading experts of the decisive clash of nazi and soviet forces at stalingrad. To the gates of stalingrad volume 1 the stalingrad trilogy by colonel david m. The battle of stalingrad was the turning point of world war ii. The long awaited onevolume campaign history from the leading experts of the decisive clash of nazi and soviet forces at stalingrad. In the wake of the red armys signal victory at stalingrad, which began when its surprise counteroffensive encircled german sixth army in stalingrad region in midnovember 1942 and ended when its forces liquidated beleaguered sixth army in early february 1943, the soviet high command stavka expanded its counteroffensive into a fullfledged winter offensive which. Stalingrad by glantz and house provide a prelude to the title battle with a synopsis of what happened in russia from the onset of barbarossa up to the movement of german formations in operation blau, the march toward stalingrad, and the movement of german and allied troops into the caucasus toward the coveted oil fields. Divisions that come in with 10,000 men have 500 the next. David glantz has done something that very few historians achieve. Stalingrad the single volume stalingrad by david glantz and johnathan house leaves this reader both sated and frustrated.
Sovietgerman combat operations aprilaugust 1942, the stalingrad trilogy, volume 1. The book details the failed soviet offensive toward kharkov in spring 1942, the german spring offensive fall blau, or case blue, and the german 6th army advance to stalingrad. David glantzs to the gates of stalingrad is the first of a three book trilogy that catalogs the intense germansoviet battle for stalingrad in 194243. Sovietgerman combat operations, aprilaugust 1942 modern war studies, armageddon in stalingrad. December 1942 february 1943 the stalingrad trilogy, volume 3 by david m. Armageddon in stalingrad, septembernovember 1942, the stalingrad trilogy, volume 2. House have collaborated previously on three books, including to the gates of stalingrad. House have collaborated on all three volumes of the stalingrad trilogy, as well as on the books when titans clashed. Stalingrad by david m glantz, jonathan m house alibris. In book two of the third volume of his magisterial stalingrad trilogy, david glantz continues and concludes his definitive history of one of the most infamous battles of world war two, the stalingrad campaign that signaled germanys failure on the eastern front and marked a turning point in the war. The struggle for stalingrads factory district, 27 september018 november 1942 44 p 30.1035 1270 986 663 1137 768 285 885 432 646 496 445 84 1191 569 1484 25 27 1380 1438 1138 645 153 630 819 1278 1502 1032 759 100 916 1104 294 1178 1252 854 302 892 922 278 1261 1194 354 1167 1207 477 840 735