The greatest battle : Stalin, Hitler, and the desperate struggle for Moscow that changed the course of World War II (Book, 2008) [WorldCat.org]
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The greatest battle : Stalin, Hitler, and the desperate struggle for Moscow that changed the course of World War II

Author: Andrew Nagorski
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Simon & Schuster paperback edView all editions and formats
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Based on previously secret documents and eyewitness testimony, this is the shocking account of the most massive and deadliest battle of World War II, which ended in Hitler's defeat and changed the course of the war.
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Named Person: Joseph Stalin; Adolf Hitler; Adolf Hitler; Joseph Stalin; Joseph Stalin; Adolf Hitler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Nagorski
ISBN: 9780743281119 074328111X
OCLC Number: 181602310
Description: xv, 366 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
Contents: "Hitler will not attack us in 1941" --
"Look how smart we are now" --
The Price of Terror --
Hitler and His Generals --
"Moscow is in danger" --
"The brotherhood of man" --
Panic in Moscow --
Saboteurs, Jugglers, and Spies --
"O Mein Gott! O Mein Gott!" --
"Don't be sentimental" --
"The worst of all worlds" --
The Deadliest Victory.
Responsibility: Andrew Nagorski.

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Based on previously secret documents and eyewitness testimony, this is the shocking account of the most massive and deadliest battle of World War II, which ended in Hitler's defeat and changed the course of the war.

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