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➽ [Reading] ➿ After Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter Offensive 1942-1943 By David M Glantz ➲ – G-couture.co.uk In the wake of the Red Army's signal victory at Stalingrad which began when its surprise counteroffensive encircled German Sixth Army in Stalingrad region in mid November 1942 and ended when its forceIn the wake of the Red Army's signal victory at Stalingrad which began when its surprise counteroffensive encircled German Sixth Army in Stalingrad region in mid November 1942 and ended when its forces liuidated beleaguered Sixth Army in early February 1943 the Soviet High Command Stavka expanded its counteroffensive into a full fledged winter offensive which nearly collapsed German defenses in southern Russia History has recorded the many dramatic triumphs the Red Army achieved during the initial phases of this winter offensive culminating with its rapid advance deep into the Donbas and Khar'kov regions in February 1943 It has also described the subseuent feats of German Field Marshall Erich von Manstein who tasked by his Fhrer Adolph Hitler to restore German fortunes in southern Russia skillfully orchestrated a counterstroke of his own that indeed restored stability to Germany's defenses in the East and paved the way for the climactic battle of Kursk in July 1943 As is so often the case however history has misled its audience for several cogent reasons On the one hand the Soviet Union and its historians anxious to conceal the ambitiousness of its offensive and at the same time preserve the reputations of the Red Army and its senior commanders willfully avoided describing the offensive's true scope and the many failures and shortcomings the Red Army experienced during its conduct On the other hand German and other Western historians freuently basing their accounts on inaccurate Soviet sources focused only on the most dramatic aspects of the offensive ignoring much of their adversary's actions and not coincidentally missing his intent This volume and the series that provides it context restores the lost and concealed to the historical record Exploiting newly released Russian archival materials it reveals the unbounded ambitions that shaped the Stavka's winter offensive and the full scope and scale of the Red Army's many offensive operations For example it reflects on recently rediscovered Operation Mars Marshal Zhukov's companion piece to thefamous Operation Uranus at Stalingrad It then reexamines the Red Army's dramatic offensive into the Donbas and Khar'kov region during February clearly demonstrating that this offensive was indeed conducted by three rather than two Red Army fronts Likewise it describes how the Stavka expanded the scale of its offensive in mid February 1943 by ordering major strategic efforts hitherto ignored by multiple Red Army fronts along the Western Orel Smolensk axis and in Zhukov's forgotten operation Polar Star along the Northwestern Demiansk Leningrad axis as well Finally by restoring the full scope of these failed or partially failed Red Army offensives to history this volume also reassesses the impact of Manstein's dramatic counterstrokes in the Donbas and Khar'kov regions concluding that their impact was euivalent to that of a full fledged strategic counteroffensive This study includes over 100 operational maps to highlight key aspects of the offensives.

In the wake of the Red Army's signal victory at Stalingrad which began when its surprise counteroffensive encircled German Sixth Army in Stalingrad region in mid November 1942 and ended when its forces liuidated beleaguered Sixth Army in early February 1943 the Soviet High Command Stavka expanded its counteroffensive into a full fledged winter offensive which nearly collapsed German defenses in southern Russia History has recorded the many dramatic triumphs the Red Army achieved during the initial phases of this winter offensive culminating with its rapid advance deep into the Donbas and Khar'kov regions in February 1943 It has also described the subseuent feats of German Field Marshall Erich von Manstein who tasked by his Fhrer Adolph Hitler to restore German fortunes in southern Russia skillfully orchestrated a counterstroke of his own that indeed restored stability to Germany's defenses in the East and paved the way for the climactic battle of Kursk in July 1943 As is so often the case however history has misled its audience for several cogent reasons On the one hand the Soviet Union and its historians anxious to conceal the ambitiousness of its offensive and at the same time preserve the reputations of the Red Army and its senior commanders willfully avoided describing the offensive's true scope and the many failures and shortcomings the Red Army experienced during its conduct On the other hand German and other Western historians freuently basing their accounts on inaccurate Soviet sources focused only on the most dramatic aspects of the offensive ignoring much of their adversary's actions and not coincidentally missing his intent This volume and the series that provides it context restores the lost and concealed to the historical record Exploiting newly released Russian archival materials it reveals the unbounded ambitions that shaped the Stavka's winter offensive and the full scope and scale of the Red Army's many offensive operations For example it reflects on recently rediscovered Operation Mars Marshal Zhukov's companion piece to thefamous Operation Uranus at Stalingrad It then reexamines the Red Army's dramatic offensive into the Donbas and Khar'kov region during February clearly demonstrating that this offensive was indeed conducted by three rather than two Red Army fronts Likewise it describes how the Stavka expanded the scale of its offensive in mid February 1943 by ordering major strategic efforts hitherto ignored by multiple Red Army fronts along the Western Orel Smolensk axis and in Zhukov's forgotten operation Polar Star along the Northwestern Demiansk Leningrad axis as well Finally by restoring the full scope of these failed or partially failed Red Army offensives to history this volume also reassesses the impact of Manstein's dramatic counterstrokes in the Donbas and Khar'kov regions concluding that their impact was euivalent to that of a full fledged strategic counteroffensive This study includes over 100 operational maps to highlight key aspects of the offensives.

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  1. Robert Willis Robert Willis says:

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    PDF/EPUB David M Glantz à PDF/EPUB After Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter Offensive à g couture.co.uk after ebok, stalingrad: pdf, army's kindle, winter pdf, offensive pdf, 1942 1943 kindle, After Stalingrad: epub, The Red ebok, The Red Army's Winter ebok, Stalingrad: The Red pdf, Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter book, After Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter Offensive 1942-1943 KindleUsually the winners of a conflict write thier own history for the people Vae Victis said the Gaul Brenno to the defeated Romans and so a lot of unsuccesful allied operations misteriously disappeared from the reports and from the books of historyThis book tells you all the Red Army winter offensive on 1942 43 and not just the successful operation Uranus the encirclement of the German Sixth Army at Stalingrad1 Soviet Offensive operations along the souhtwestern axis Prosecutions of the operation Uranus Operation Gallop Southwestern Front's Voroshilovgrad Donbass Offensive Southern Front's Mariupol Offensive2 Main win


  5. Duncan Hamilton Duncan Hamilton says:

    PDF/EPUB David M Glantz à PDF/EPUB After Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter Offensive à g couture.co.uk after ebok, stalingrad: pdf, army's kindle, winter pdf, offensive pdf, 1942 1943 kindle, After Stalingrad: epub, The Red ebok, The Red Army's Winter ebok, Stalingrad: The Red pdf, Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter book, After Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter Offensive 1942-1943 KindleIt seems that Glantz's work recieves either praise or damnation never anything in the middleIn truth I may be a little unfair in awarding this book only two stars I'll readily admit I didn't read it all I started and within 20 pages my brain shut d


  6. Sergey Korolyov Sergey Korolyov says:

    PDF/EPUB David M Glantz à PDF/EPUB After Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter Offensive à g couture.co.uk after ebok, stalingrad: pdf, army's kindle, winter pdf, offensive pdf, 1942 1943 kindle, After Stalingrad: epub, The Red ebok, The Red Army's Winter ebok, Stalingrad: The Red pdf, Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter book, After Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter Offensive 1942-1943 KindleFirst of all this is an excellent book charting otherwise unknown and unresearched aspects of the Russo German War and it is chock full of maps and details of the operations following the battle of Stalingrad It is an important study into a previously hidden historyBUT this material has been released before as part of the eight volume Forgotten Battle of the German Soviet War by David Glantz Any serious historian of the Red Army will already have this excellent work and be wasting their money The publishers claim that this is new material is wrong the material has been available for a


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