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The Fall of Berlin: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives

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By March 1945, the Red Army had closed in on Berlin. Marshal Zhukov, with almost a million soldiers and 20,000 tanks and guns at his disposal, launched his assault of the Seelow Heights. While costly with 30,000 Russians killed, it brought the Russian Army to the gates of the capital. On 20 April, Hitler's 56th birthday, Soviet artillery began a massive bombardment of the doomed city. The Fuhrer ordered every soldier, Hitlerjugend and Volksstrum to fight to the death. The house-to-house fighting that followed was brutal and ...

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The Fall of Berlin: Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives
2019, Pen & Sword Military, South Yorkshire

ISBN-13: 9781526737878

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