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General Erhard Raus was one of the German Army's finest panzer generals and a leading exponent of blitzkrieg in the east. German panzers were witnesses to the incredible onslaught that was the first few months of Barbarossa, then the gradual strengthening of Russian resistance, counterattack and, ultimately, the long and drawn-out German retreat. Raus and his panzers were tested in every conceivable tactical situation and, inevitably, Raus became highly versed in all aspects of mobilised warfare.
This account by Erhard Raus, edited by leading Eastern Front expert Peter G. Tsouras, concentrates on German efforts to relieve Stalingrad. Raus, as commander of 6th Panzer Division, was in the thick of this bitter action, urging his panzers forward in a massive effort to break the Soviet strangle-hold. These journals were orginally written to brief the US Army at the height of the Cold War.
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Sniper on the Eastern Front
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I Survived Didn't I?
Edited & Introduced by: Joy M. Cave
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By: W A Attwell
Letters from Ladysmith
By: Edward Spiers
The Crimean War
By: Colonel Robert Lifford Valentine Ffrench Blake
Bletchley Park People
By: Marion Hill
The Escort Carrier of The Second World War
By: David Wragg
Passchendaele-The Hollow Victory
By: Martin Marix Evans