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This fascinating collection of Allied reports focusing on the combat actions of the Wehrmacht in Russia is drawn from a variety of wartime sources. Compiled and edited by Emmy Award winning author and historian Bob Carruthers, this absorbing assembly of primary source intelligence reports encompasses rare material drawn from both German and Russian original sources, to provide the reader with a unique insight into how the bitter war in Russia was conducted at the tactical level. This is the unvarnished reality of what it meant to fight in this titanic struggle to the death.

Featured in the book are reports of little known and neglected aspects of the war from armoured trains and the construction of field defences through to mainstream reports on street fighting techniques and improvised anti-tank measures. Many original illustrations from US wartime intelligence manuals are also featured. Essential reading for readers with an interest in discovering more about the Wehrmacht In Russia from primary sources.
Published: Pen and Sword an imprint of The Casemate Group on
ISBN: 9781473845343
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