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PostSubject: Tempus Publishing - Barbarossa 1941   Sat Jun 13, 2009 2:33 pm



Barbarossa 1941 [ILLUSTRATED]
by David M. Glantz

# Pages: 256
# Publisher: Tempus Publishing, Limited; illustrated edition edition (July 1, 2001)
# Language: English
# ISBN-10: 075241979X
# ISBN-13: 978-0752419794
# Size: 73mb

Barbarossa: Hitler's Invasion of Russia in 1941 is the lead volume in a new Battles & Campaigns series by Tempus Publishing that seeks to draw "on the latest research and integrating the experience of combat with intelligence, logistics and strategy." The author, David M. Glantz, is an acknowledged expert on the Russo-German conflict and over the past decade, his assiduous research has over-turned many pre-existing notions about that conflict. This volume on Barbarossa, while vaguely reminiscent of an Osprey series campaign title, continues in the research tradition that Glantz used in earlier volumes. Barbarossa is a bit overly succinct at times - the reader may wish that the book was not part of a tightly-constrained series - but Glantz succeeds in delivering an excellent account of the 1941 German campaign in Russia that breaks significant new ground. Furthermore, Glantz combines excellent research with top-notch military analysis.



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PostSubject: Re: Tempus Publishing - Barbarossa 1941   Fri Jun 26, 2009 7:35 am

This book provides a well written and comprehensive coverage by one of the true giants of Eastern Front history David Glantz. It covers events leading up to and beyond Operation Barbarossa. It tells the story from both sides using up to date sources including recently released Soviet archives.
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