Stalingrad: Operations Uranus and Little Saturn

Stalingrad: Operations Uranus and Little Saturn

This map shows an overview of Operations Uranus and Little Saturn, which between 19 November 1942 and 6 February 1943 pushed the Germans away from the Caucasus and isolated the Sixth Army at Stalingrad.

Stalingrad 1942, Peter Antill. One of the most monumental and widely discussed battles in the history of World War II, Stalingrad was a major defeat for Germany on the Eastern Front. The book provides a detailed breakdown of the armies on both sides, discusses the merits of the commanders, the ways in which these influenced the battle and the Germans allowed themselves to be diverted from their main objective and concentrate such large resources on what was, initially anyway, a secondary target. [see more]
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How to cite this article: Antill, P. (7 June 2009), Stalingrad: Operations Uranus and Little Saturn , http://www.historyofwar.org/Maps/maps_stalingrad11.html

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