Disaster at Stalingrad


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Military Illustrated - Past and Present
Vol. 216 (May 2006), p. 8-15


In 1942 German forces north and south of Stalingrad were reliant on two ill-equipped Rumanian armies. Anthony Tucker-Jones reveals how the painful collapse of his Eastern European allies in the face of a Soviet assault signalled the beginning of the end for Hitler's ambitions on the Eastern Front