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    Zwei Wege nach Moskau. English
    Wegner, Bernd.

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    Uniform title:
    Zwei Wege nach Moskau. English.
    From peace to war : Germany, Soviet Russia, and the world, 1939-1941 / edited by Bernd Wegner.
    Publication info:
    Providence : Berghahn Books, 1997.
    Physical description:
    vii, 632 p. : map ; 23 cm.
    Content type:
    General Note:
    "Published in association with the Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt, Potsdam."
    Bibliography note:
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Basic features of German ostpolitik, 1918-1939 / Gottfried Schramm -- Soviet foreign policy and the origins of the Hitler-Stalin Pact / Ingeborg Fleischhauer -- Poland under German occupation, 1939-1941: a comparative survey / Tomasz Szarota -- Sovietisation of Poland's eastern territories / Jan T. Gross -- Consequences of the Hitler-Stalin Pact for the Baltic Republics and Finland / Seppo Myllyniemi -- German-Soviet economic relations during the Hitler-Stalin Pact / Manfred Zeidler -- Hitler turns east - German war policy in 1940 and 1941 / Jürgen Förster -- The 'Frozen Blitzkrieg': German strategic planning against the Soviet Union and the causes of its failure / Bernhard R. Kroener -- Between professionalism and Nazism: the Wehrmacht on the eve of its invasion of the USSR / Richard Lakowski -- The German military leaders' view of Russia prior to the attack on the Soviet Union / Andreas Hillgruber -- Ambassador Count Schulenburg and the preparations for 'Barbarossa' / Sigrid Wegner-Korfes -- The eastern camaign as a transportation and supply problem / Klaus Schüler -- Sigint and 'Blitzkrieg': German military radio intelligence in operation 'Barbarossa' / Doron Arazi -- Structures of German occupation policy during the initial phase of the German-Soviet war / Hans Umbreit -- From mass murder to the 'Final Solution': the shooting of Jewish civilians during the first months of the Eastern campaign within the context of Nazi Jewish genocide / Peter Longerich -- Two kinds of reality? case studies on anti-partisan warfare during the Eastern campaign / Ruth Bettina Birn -- International law and Soviet prisoners of war / Alfred Streim -- German soldiers' experiences during the initial phase of the Russian campaign / Hans Joachim Schröder -- A view from below: survival, cohesion, and burtality on the Eastern Front / Omer Bartov -- Stalin and Hitler's attack on the Soviet Union / Gabriel Gorodetsky -- The Soviet Union's offensive preparations in 1941 / Joachim Hoffmann -- The Soviet armed forces on the eve of the great patriotic war / Yuri Y. Kirshin -- The purge of the military and the Red Army's operational capability during the 'Great Patriotic War' / Bernd Bonwetsch -- The Red Army during the initial phase of the Great Patriotic War / Anatoli G. Chor'kov -- 'Barbarossa': the Soviet response, 1941 / Mark Harrison -- The deportation of the German minority in the Soviet Union, 1941-1945 / Benjamin Pinkus -- Stalin as supreme commander / Dmitrij A. Vokogonov -- Neutrality, 'Non-belligerence', or war: Turkey and the European powers' conflict of interests, 1939-1941 / Klaus Schönherr -- Pinoccchio, the cat, and the fox: Italy between Germany and the Soviet Union 1939-1941 / Giorgio Petracchi -- Germany and the Finnish 'Separate War' against the Soviet Union / Manfred Menger -- Japan and the German-Soviet war 1941 / Gerhard Krebs -- 'They don't come out where you expect': Roosevelt reacts to the German-Soviet war / Warren F. Kimball -- Great Britain and the German attack on the Soviet Union / Lothar Kettenacker -- Operation 'Barbarossa' and Switzerland / Daniel Bourgeois -- Facing the global war: Germany's strategic dilemma after the failure of 'Blitzkrieg' / Bernard Wegner
    "The German attack on the Soviet Union in June 1941 represents one of the major caesuras in European history. Its consequences can still be felt fifty years later. Thirty five historians form nine different countries (including the former Soviet Union) offer a comprehensive survey of the origins, course, and long-term impact of this event. This book is not merely concerned with political and military history, but also with the experiences of ordinary soldiers and civilians."--Publisher's description.
    Corporate subject:
    Germany. Treaties, etc. Soviet Union (1939 August 23)
    Subject term:
    World War, 1939-1945--Campaigns--Soviet Union.
    Subject term:
    World War, 1939-1945--Diplomatic history.
    Added author:
    Wegner, Bernd.
    Added Author:
    Germany. Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt.
    1571818820 (alk. paper)
    9781571818829 (alk. paper)

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