This titanic and thoroughly comprehensive study of the German experience in Russia is the definitive single volume study of Hitler's war in the east. It incorporates the entire text of The Wehrmacht in Russia written by Emmy Award winning author Bob Carruthers in conjunction with the late Professor John Erickson, author of The Road to Stalingrad and The Road to Berlin.
Also featured are dozens of new interviews with the remaining survivors of the war in Russia, encompassing the last testimony of the veterans of the Wehrmacht-Heer and the Luftwaffe. These unique primary sources are complemented by dozens of rare photographs and long forgotten material, based entirely on interviews with the senior German officers who participated in the war, as originally published by the US Army Historical Records Section in the 1950's.
The result is a comprehensive and masterful overview of the reality of the war in the east encompassing the weapons, tactics, battles, tanks and aircraft alongside masterful explanations of the strategic and operational aspects, all of which dovetail seamlessly with the view from the trenches in the form of the recollections of the memoirs of the front line veterans.
Durham City in the Great War
By: Stephen Wynn
The German Army on the Somme 1914-1916
By: Jack Sheldon
The Battle for Arnhem 1944-1945
By: Anthony Tucker-Jones
FOCKE-WULF Fw 200 The Luftwaffe's Long Range Maritime Bomber
By: Chris Goss
Birmingham in the Great War - Mobilisation and Recruitment
By: Terry Carter
Poetry of the Taliban
Edited by: Alex Strick Von Linschoten, Felix Kuehn, Faisal Devji
Following in the Footsteps of Oliver Cromwell
By: James Hobson
Fighting Admirals of World War II
By: David Wragg
By: Sinclair Mckay