Stalin's War: Tragedy and Triumph, 1941-1945
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BeschreibungEdwin Hoyt's thoroughly researched tome is the first ever to chronicle the Soviet-German war as seen through Stalin's eyes.
PortraitEdwin P. Hoyt, author of Japan's War, 199 Days: The Battle for Stalingrad, and How They Won the War in the Pacific: Nimitz and His Admirals, lives in Beaverton, Oregon, near Portland.
PressestimmenThis is a powerful horror story about the chaotic, wasteful, war-waging by a dictator who was every bit as murderous as Adolf Hitler. Hoyt's insights into Stalin's mind and into his extravagantly ruthless methods, which caused the quite unnecessary deaths of millions of his own people (let alone his enemies and allies), provides a vivid and unusual contribution to the history of World War II on the enormous Russian Front.--Kenneth Macksey, Author of "Rommel: Battles" and "Campaigns and Guderian: Panzer Leader"
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: COOPER SQUARE PUBL INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2003
Seitenanzahl: 320 Seiten