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Where the iron crosses grow : the Crimea 1941-44 / Robert Forczyk.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D802.U42 F67 2014

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    In this remarkable work, acclaimed author, academic and ex US staff and armour officer Robert Forcyzk has diligently assembled new research to investigate the intense and sometimes barbaric fighting for the Crimea region in World War II, where first a German and then a Soviet army were surrounded and totally obliterated. This definitive work deals with the many unique characteristics of the conflict, such as the naval and amphibious actions of supply, attack and evacuation. It also explores the historical context of the region and the appalling policies of ethnic cleansing practised by both.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Forczyk, Robert.
    Published
    Oxford, UK : Osprey Publishing, 2014
    Locale
    Ukraine
    Crimea
    Crimea (Ukraine)
    Contents
    The Crimea under the hammer and sickle, 1920-41
    The onset of war, June-August 1941
    Across the Tatar wall, September 1941
    The ring closes around Sevastopol, November-December 1941
    Winter war, December 1941-March 1942
    The German conquest, May-July 1942
    The German occupation of the Crimea, 1942-1944
    The Red Army returns to the Crimea, 1943
    German defeat in the Crimea, 1944
    Postscript 2014.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The Crimea under the hammer and sickle, 1920-41 -- The onset of war, June-August 1941 -- Across the Tatar wall, September 1941 -- The ring closes around Sevastopol, November-December 1941 -- Winter war, December 1941-March 1942 -- The German conquest, May-July 1942 -- The German occupation of the Crimea, 1942-1944 -- The Red Army returns to the Crimea, 1943 -- German defeat in the Crimea, 1944 -- Postscript 2014.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781782006251
    1782006257
    Physical Description
    336 pages, 30 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm

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