Soldiers of Barbarossa: Combat, Genocide, and Everyday Experiences on the Eastern Front, June-December 1941

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Operation Barbarossa--Germans versus Soviets in a no-holds-barred battle for the soul of Europe--speaks to what it meant to be a soldier in World War II. Drawing from thousands of soldiers' accounts, letters, and diaries, historians David Stahel and Craig Luther tell the story of Barbarossa but also the story of men at war in the twentieth century.

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