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Many believe Stalingrad to be the turning point of the war. The Nazi war machine proved to be fallible as it spread itself too thin for a cause that was born more from arrogance than practicality. The Germans never recovered, and its weakened defences were no match for the Allied invasion of 1944. We know little of what took place in Stalingrad or its overall significance, leading Beevor to humbly admit that "[t]he Battle of Stalingrad remains such an ideologically charged and symbolically important subject that the last word will not be heard for many years". This is true. But this gripping account should become the standard work against which all others should measure themselves. --Jeremy Storey --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Very interesting book about a very interesting event in world war 2 history.Published 6 months ago by Riley
Don't many other books from this Mr. Beever. False history. Don't waste your money on anyone of his book. Read morePublished on April 29 2013 by laosunny
the adage "more is less" pretty much summarizes my opinion of "stalingrad". it is intelligent, well written and hugely well-researched, all of which are good... Read morePublished on March 19 2013 by salsa bandit
This book was recommended to me by my brother who is an avid history buff. I cannot fault him. What a great read. Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2010 by David Anderson
I first read this book during the summer of 1999 and had never heard of the author beforehand. I took to him immediately and experienced considerable difficulty putting Stalingrad... Read morePublished on June 12 2004 by Bernard Chapin
This is a great world war history book I ever read. The turning point Victory in Europe. Russia was not just only t have a great fighting spirit, strategies and worst socialist... Read morePublished on June 9 2004 by Pierre Arronax (Herman)