Absolute War; Soviet Russia in the Second World War: a Modern History

By: Bellamy, Chris

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Absolute War; Soviet Russia in the Second World War: a Modern History by Bellamy, Chris
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London: Pan Books, 2007. 610 g.; XXX, 818 pages, last three pages blank (last page further features from publishing house), list of illustrations, figures and tables, key to map symbols and abbreviations, preface and acknowledgements, select bibliography, notes and references, and index. The text is illustrated with 56 black-and-white photographs, illustrations, which are in three photographic inserts within the text, 40 plus figures throughout the text and six tables also within the text. Black-and-white photographic frontispiece, showing the Soviet flag being raised over Berlin at the end of WWII, with red and black titles to the front panel and backstrip. A little creasing to the book corners and light age toning of the text block edges. " In this magisterial work, the fruit of more than a decade's research, Chris Bellamy provides, in one volume, a modern history of the greatest and most hideous land-air conflict in history. It was a war fought by all elements of society, absolute because both sides aim to exterminate their opponent, to destroy their political existence and each shed almost all of the customary restraints that traditionally applied in complex between ' civilised' nations. Between 1941 and 1945, on the Eastern Front, the greater part of the land and associated their forces of Nazi Germany and its allies were ultimately destroyed by the Soviet Union in what its people, and those of its 15 successor states call, and still call, the Great Patriotic War. It was arguably the single most decisive component of the Second World War and Bellamy's meticulous account tells the story from both the Soviet and German side, including the long period from August 1939 until June 1941, when Germany and the Soviet Union were allies." -- from the rear panel blurb. Digital image available upon request to help assess condition.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photographic. Standard Paperback. Military History.

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