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➜ [KINDLE] ❆ The First Day on the Eastern Front Germany Invades the Soviet Union June 22 1941 By Craig W.H. Luther ➦ – G-couture.co.uk Sunday June 22 1941 three million German soldiers invaded the Soviet Union as part of Hitler’s long planned Operation Barbarossa which aimed to destroy the Soviet Union secure its land as lebensraumSunday June 22 1941 three million German soldiers invaded the Soviet Union as part of Hitler’s long planned Operation Barbarossa which aimed to destroy the Soviet Union secure its land as lebensraum for the Third Reich and enslave its Slavic population From launching points in newly acuired Poland in three prongs―North Central South―German forces stormed western Russia virtually from the Baltic to the Black Sea By late fall the invasion had foundered against Russian weather terrain and resistance and by December it had failed at the gates of Moscow but early on as the Germans sliced through Russian territory and soldiers with impunity capturing hundreds of thousands it seemed as though Russia would fall In the spirit of Martin Middlebrook’s classic First Day on the Somme Craig Luther narrates the events of June 22 1941 a day when German military might was at its peak and seemed as though it would easily conuer the Soviet Union a day the common soldiers would remember for its tension and the frogs bellowing in the Polish marshlands It was a day when the German blitzkrieg decimated Soviet command and control within hours and seemed like nothing would stop it from taking Moscow Luther narrates June 22―one of the pivotal days of World War II―from high command down to the tanks and soldiers at the sharp end covering strategy as well as tactics and the vivid personal stories of the men who crossed the border into the Soviet Union that fateful day which is the Eastern Front in microcosm representing the years of industrial scale warfare that followed and the unremitting hostility of Germans and Soviets.

Sunday June 22 1941 three million German soldiers invaded the Soviet Union as part of Hitler’s long planned Operation Barbarossa which aimed to destroy the Soviet Union secure its land as lebensraum for the Third Reich and enslave its Slavic population From launching points in newly acuired Poland in three prongs―North Central South―German forces stormed western Russia virtually from the Baltic to the Black Sea By late fall the invasion had foundered against Russian weather terrain and resistance and by December it had failed at the gates of Moscow but early on as the Germans sliced through Russian territory and soldiers with impunity capturing hundreds of thousands it seemed as though Russia would fall In the spirit of Martin Middlebrook’s classic First Day on the Somme Craig Luther narrates the events of June 22 1941 a day when German military might was at its peak and seemed as though it would easily conuer the Soviet Union a day the common soldiers would remember for its tension and the frogs bellowing in the Polish marshlands It was a day when the German blitzkrieg decimated Soviet command and control within hours and seemed like nothing would stop it from taking Moscow Luther narrates June 22―one of the pivotal days of World War II―from high command down to the tanks and soldiers at the sharp end covering strategy as well as tactics and the vivid personal stories of the men who crossed the border into the Soviet Union that fateful day which is the Eastern Front in microcosm representing the years of industrial scale warfare that followed and the unremitting hostility of Germans and Soviets.

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