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800 days on the Eastern Front : a Russian soldier remembers World War II / Nikolai Litvin ; translated and edited by Stuart Britton.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D764 .L533 2007

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    Variant Title
    Eight hundred days on the Eastern Front
    Series
    Modern war studies
    Modern war studies.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Litvin, Nikolai.
    Published
    Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, c2007
    Locale
    Eastern Front
    Soviet Union
    Contents
    Chapter 1: I Become an Airborne Soldier
    The Outbreak of War
    I Volunteer for the Airborne
    The Northwestern Front: Demiansk and Staraia Rusa
    Chapter 2: Kursk
    Defensive Preparations
    The Battle Begins and My Wounding
    Chapter 3: Pursuit
    Operation Kutuzov
    Drive to the Dnepr River
    Gaivoron
    Crossing the Dnepr River
    Chapter 4: I Become a Chauffeur
    A Close Call
    The Sudden Death of a Comrade
    At the Repair Station
    My Second Wounding and Another Transfer
    Chapter 5: Operation Bagration
    My Violation of Duty and Punishment
    Operation Bagration Begins
    We Lead the Attack on Parichi
    Slaughter at Bobruisk
    Chapter 6: Into Poland with the 354th Rifle Division
    An Unwanted Duty
    Transferred Again
    Kleshcheli and Avgustinka
    The Narev Bridgehead
    The Counterattack on the Narev
    Major Chirkin Intercedes
    With the 354th Rifle Division's Commander, V. N. Dzhandzhgava
    Chapter 7: The Final Offensive
    Forward!
    At the Animal Husbandry Farm
    Graudenz and the Vistula
    At the Count's Estate
    To Danzig
    The Destruction of the East Prussian Group
    To Stettin
    The Final Assault Begins The War's End
    My Arrest and Postwar Life
    Other Authors/Editors
    Britton, Stuart.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical reference (p. [153]) and index.
    Chapter 1: I Become an Airborne Soldier --The Outbreak of War -- I Volunteer for the Airborne -- The Northwestern Front: Demiansk and Staraia Rusa -- Chapter 2: Kursk -- Defensive Preparations -- The Battle Begins and My Wounding -- Chapter 3: Pursuit -- Operation Kutuzov -- Drive to the Dnepr River -- Gaivoron -- Crossing the Dnepr River -- Chapter 4: I Become a Chauffeur -- A Close Call -- The Sudden Death of a Comrade -- At the Repair Station -- My Second Wounding and Another Transfer -- Chapter 5: Operation Bagration -- My Violation of Duty and Punishment -- Operation Bagration Begins -- We Lead the Attack on Parichi -- Slaughter at Bobruisk -- Chapter 6: Into Poland with the 354th Rifle Division -- An Unwanted Duty -- Transferred Again -- Kleshcheli and Avgustinka -- The Narev Bridgehead -- The Counterattack on the Narev -- Major Chirkin Intercedes -- With the 354th Rifle Division's Commander, V. N. Dzhandzhgava -- Chapter 7: The Final Offensive -- Forward! -- At the Animal Husbandry Farm -- Graudenz and the Vistula -- At the Count's Estate -- To Danzig -- The Destruction of the East Prussian Group -- To Stettin -- The Final Assault Begins The War's End -- My Arrest and Postwar Life

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    External Link
    Table of contents only
    ISBN
    9780700615179
    0700615172 (cloth : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xv, 159 p. : ill., plans ; 24 cm.

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