ENDURING THE WHIRLWIND The German Army and the Russo-German War 1941-1943

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A book that is likely to stand as the definitive reference work for the largest and most costly land campaign in military history.

This is an excellent work that presents a question and then answers it in a thorough and understandable manner. The question being “Did the German war effort in the East fail due to the numerical inferiority of German forces and an inability to replace losses. Liedtke’s answer is an emphatic no. He very carefully makes the case that an examination of the existing data shows that Germany was able to fully replace it’s manpower and material losses both after the failure of Barbarossa and once again after the failure of Case Blue. The data is well presented and the documentation of sources is first rate.

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