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    The Greatest Battle
    Stalin, Hitler and the Desperate Struggle for Moscow that changed the course of World War II

    By Andrew Nagorski
    Copyright 2007
    Published by Simon & Schuster, Inc.
    366 Pages with 16 B/W pictures.

    This is an excellent book that really tells the true story of the battle for Moscow. The author had access to archives including NKVD documents and files.

    I HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone interested in the battle for Moscow.

    Doc
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    Thanks for showing Doc

    Going to have to check this out sometime.

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    Here is a book that I would recommend:

    Barbarossa the Russian-German Conflict 1941-1945

    By Alan Clark
    Copyright 1965
    Published by Harpercollins Publishers Inc.
    522 pages with fact pages about the Russian and German leaders, Fuhrer Directive No. 34, Commissioned ranks of the SS and Army equivalents, and a glossary of abbreviations!

    Definitely a good read for anyone wanting to learn about Barbarossa from the beginning to the fall of Berlin.
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    Thanks Justin!!! I have an entire bookshelf of books for research for my book. I'll have to add this one for sure.

    Doc

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    Hey Justin,
    I just bought a used copy from Amazon.com Thanks for telling me about this book!!!

    Doc

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    As I continue the work on my book I look for both sides of the story. One book is excellent. It's

    Eastern Front Combat
    The German Soldier in Battle from Stalingrad to Berlin
    Edited by Hans Wijers
    Copyright 2008 by Hans Wijers
    Published by Stackpole Books
    Soft bound and 305 pages with plenty of pictures and maps.

    It's an interesting account of the battles from a German soldier's point of view.

    I can recommend this book!!!

    Doc
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    The Greatest Battle
    Stalin, Hitler and the Desperate Struggle for Moscow that changed the course of World War II

    By Andrew Nagorski
    Copyright 2007
    Published by Simon & Schuster, Inc.
    366 Pages with 16 B/W pictures.

    This is an excellent book that really tells the true story of the battle for Moscow. The author had access to NKVD archives.

    I HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone interested in the battle for Moscow.

    Doc
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    I would like to Recommend 2 books that i own and have read.

    The first book - Stalingrad written by Antony Beevor and winner of many prizes and awards, Published by Penguin History. (Jacket photograph: Red Army soldiers of Rodimtsev's 13th Guards Division Advancing in the ruins of Stalingrad, Getty Images,London)



    The second book - The Battle For Iwo Jima 1945 written by Derrick Wright.,Published by Sutton Publishing.(Cover Illustration: Robert R. cambpell's Photograph of the first flag being lowered, USMC)


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