Berlin 1945: End of the Thousand Year Reich, Peter Antill

Berlin 1945: End of the Thousand Year Reich, Peter Antill

Campaign

By mid-April 1945, Hitler's Germany was on the brink of total defeat with the Red Army poised less than 60 miles to the east and preparing to seize the German capital. The book describes the events in this climactic battle, examining the Soviets' advance towards Berlin and the Germans' final resistance. Illustrated with a host of maps, colour plates and photographs, it provides a vivid portrayal of the death throes of the Third Reich and the end of the war in Europe, exploring the strategy of both sides and the tactics of impromptu urban warfare. For the Soviets, Berlin was the ultimate prize after almost four years of bloodshed but the cost of taking the city would prove to be staggering.

Chapters
Introduction
Chronology
Opposing Commanders
Opposing Armies
Opposing Plans
The Campaign
Aftermath
The Battlefield Today
Bibliography

Author: Peter Antill
Edition: Paperback
Pages: 96
Publisher: Osprey
Year: 2005


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