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The author uses, at the time the book was written, recent access to the Soviet archival material to show light on the Red Armys plans and decision making. Col Glantz sets the stage for the July battle by looking at the situation on the Russia front in the spring of that year. The Soviet Winter Offensives following Stalingrad had driven the Germans back s of kilometers and resulted in a huge bulge in the front and around the city of Kursk. If the Germans could eliminate that bulge, they would shorten their lines significantly and release troops for other duties.

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Add to basket Add to wishlist Description Immense in scope, ferocious in nature, and epic in consequence, the Battle of Kursk witnessed at Prokhorovka one of the largest tank engagements in world history and led to staggering losses - including nearly , Soviet and 50, German casualties within the first ten days of fighting. Going well beyond all previous accounts, David Glantz and Jonathan House now offer the definitive work on arguably the greatest battle of World War II. Drawing on both German and Soviet sources, Glantz and House separate myth from fact to show what really happened at Kursk and how it affected the outcome of the war. Their access to newly released Soviet archival material adds unprecedented detail to what is known about this legendary conflict, enabling them to reconstruct events from both perspectives and describe combat down to the tactical level. Its vivid portrayals of fighting in all critical sectors places the famous tank battle in its proper context. Prokhorovka here is not a well-organized set piece but a confused series of engagements and hasty attacks, with each side committing its forces piecemeal.

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Includes daily and periodic reports prepared by the Western Front and its subordinate headquarters during the initial period of the war. Includes daily and periodic reports prepared by the Northwestern Front and its subordinate headquarters during the initial period of the war. General K. Colonel R.

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