Retreat from Moscow : a new history of Germany's winter campaign, 1941-1942—Stahel, David, 1975- author.
"A gripping and authoritative revisionist account of the Soviet Winter Offensive of 1941-1942."-- Provided by publisher.
Subjects:Germany. Heer -- History -- World War, 1939-1945.
Germany. Heer. Heeresgruppe Mitte -- History.
Moscow, Battle of, Moscow, Russia, 1941-1942.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Russia (Federation) -- Moscow.
First Picador paperback edition.
545 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
New history of Germany's winter campaign, 1941-1942
"Originally published in 2019 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux"--Title page verso.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 503-523) and index.
Hungry as a bear: the Soviet counteroffensive begins
Dodging the Soviet bullet: Army Group Center holds
Between the hammer and the anvil: Army Group Center Between Hitler and Stalin
Keeping the wolf from the door: the Panzer groups retreat from Moscow
Digging in his heels: Hitler orders a halt
Put to the sword: the end of Brauchitsch
The bear without any claws: the inadequate Red Army
The battle of nerves: Army Group Centre on the brink
The more the merrier: Christmas 1941 and the supply crisis
Playing with fire: Guderian gets burned
Turning the screws: Ninth Army's near collapse
Rank and file: soldiering in Army Group Center
Reinforcing failure: Stalin's January offensive
Hanging in the balance: Fourth Army's impending encirclement
The flood gates are breaking: Ninth and Fourth Panzer Armies rupture
Making a virtue of necessity: surviving the Russian winter
Defending the indefensible: Hitler's last stand
Lonely front: embattled homeland
Retreat and counterattack: Army Group Center rebounds
Departing the Eastern Front: treacherous routes of escape
The last hurrah: the failure of the Soviet Winter Offensive
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