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ISSUE No. 166

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STALINGRAD — Special Issue

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In this Special Issue of After the Battle, Mark Holoboski and Alexander Trofimov explain how the battle of Stalingrad formed one of the decisive turning points in the Second World War. The advance of the German armies to the great city on the Volga in August 1942; the stubborn and heroic defence of the besieged and shell-battered city against overwhelming German superiority by the Soviet 62nd Army in September-November; and the subsequent encirclement and demise of the 6. Armee in the winter of 1942-43, ending in total capitulation on February 2, 1943, decisively turned the scale of the conflict on the Eastern Front. After Stalingrad there could be only one end to the war.

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