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The Resource To the gates of Stalingrad : Soviet-German combat operations, April-August 1942, David M. Glantz ; with Jonathan M. House

To the gates of Stalingrad : Soviet-German combat operations, April-August 1942, David M. Glantz ; with Jonathan M. House

Label
To the gates of Stalingrad : Soviet-German combat operations, April-August 1942
Title
To the gates of Stalingrad
Title remainder
Soviet-German combat operations, April-August 1942
Statement of responsibility
David M. Glantz ; with Jonathan M. House
Title variation
Stalingrad
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Glantz, David M
Dewey number
  • 940.54/21747
  • 940.53
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plans
Index
index present
LC call number
D764.3.S7
LC item number
G59 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1950-
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House, Jonathan M.
Series statement
  • The Stalingrad trilogy
  • Modern war studies
Series volume
v. 1
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  • Stalingrad, Battle of, Volgograd, Russia, 1942-1943
  • Soviet Union
  • Germany
Target audience
adult
Label
To the gates of Stalingrad : Soviet-German combat operations, April-August 1942, David M. Glantz ; with Jonathan M. House
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 505-608) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • Conclusions
  • 265
  • 7
  • Endgame in the Great Bend of the Don, 1-19 August 1942
  • 270
  • Hitler Alters Course
  • 270
  • Fourth Panzer Army's Advance to Abganerovo, 31 July-14 August
  • 277
  • Sixth Army's Advance to Kalach, 1-11 August
  • Plan Fall Blau
  • 290
  • Organizing Stalingrad's Defenses
  • 303
  • Sixth Army's Advance into the Northeast Corner of the Great Bend, 15-19 August
  • 308
  • Conclusions
  • 317
  • 8
  • German Advance to the Volga River, 20 August-2 September 1942
  • 321
  • 11
  • Army Group B's Offensive Plan
  • 321
  • Stalingrad Front's Plans
  • 326
  • Sixth Army's Assault and Advance to the Volga, 21-23 August
  • 329
  • Struggle for the Volga Corridor: The Soviet Counterstrokes at Kotluban' and Orlovka, 23-29 August
  • 339
  • 62nd Army's Struggle, 23-29 August
  • 359
  • Axis Force Dispositions
  • Fourth Panzer Army's Advance, 17 August-2 September
  • 364
  • Situation in Stalingrad
  • 381
  • Sideshows at Serafimovich and Kletskaia, 21-28 August
  • 383
  • Conclusions
  • 393
  • 9
  • Struggle on the Flanks, 25 July-11 September 1942
  • 16
  • 396
  • Operation Edelweiss, Army Group A's Advance into the Caucasus
  • 396
  • Opposing Forces
  • 396
  • Initial Advance, 25-31 July
  • 400
  • Command Decisions and Opposing Forces
  • 410
  • Army Group A's Exploitation to Stavropol', Maikop, and Krasnodar, 1-15 August
  • German Commanders
  • 416
  • Initial Exploitation, 1-5 August
  • 416
  • Soviet Reaction
  • 418
  • Maikop Operation, 7-11 August
  • 419
  • Krasnodar and Kuban' Operations, 12-15 August
  • 424
  • Army Group A's Advance to the Caucasus Mountains, 16 August-11 September
  • 19
  • 431
  • Mozdok Operation, 16-31 August
  • 432
  • Reorganization of Soviet Defenses
  • 437
  • Novorossiisk and Taman' Operations, 19 August-11 September
  • 438
  • Battle for the Caucasus Mountain Passes, 16 August-September
  • 446
  • Northern Flank
  • German Soldier
  • 453
  • Voronezh Deja Vu
  • 453
  • Struggle for the Rzhev Salient, 30 July-23 August
  • 456
  • Zhizdra River Operation, 23-29 August
  • 461
  • Battle for the Demiansk Pocket, August 1942
  • 463
  • Flank Battles: An Assessment
  • 31
  • 464
  • 10
  • Conclusions: German Strategic Misconceptions
  • 473
  • Antecedents
  • 476
  • Blau I and II
  • 477
  • Altered Plans
  • 479
  • 2
  • Advance to Stalingrad
  • 481
  • 1
  • Red Army
  • 33
  • Rebuilding the Red Army
  • 33
  • Strategic Debate
  • 37
  • Khar'kov Plan
  • 45
  • Force Dispositions
  • 46
  • Wehrmacht
  • Red Army Leadership
  • 50
  • Soviet Soldier
  • 68
  • 3
  • Preliminaries, April-June 1942
  • 72
  • Operation Bustard Hunt [Trappenjagt]: The Battle for Kerch'
  • 72
  • Planning the Second Battle of Khar'kov
  • 3
  • 77
  • Disaster on the Northern Donets, 12-29 May
  • 79
  • Rival Assessments, June 1942
  • 83
  • Sevastopol', 7-30 June
  • 85
  • Wilhelm, 10-15 June
  • 90
  • Fridericus, 22-25 June
  • Rebuilding the Wehrmacht
  • 98
  • Reichel Affair
  • 102
  • On the Eve
  • 104
  • 4
  • Punch and Counterpunch, Blau I, 28 June-12 July 1942
  • 122
  • Area of Operations
  • 122
  • 5
  • Penetration and Encirclement, 28 June-3 July
  • 125
  • German Advance to Voronezh, 4-6 July
  • 143
  • 5th Tank Army's Counterstroke, 6-12 July
  • 146
  • Hitler, Block, and Blau II (Operation Clausewitz)
  • 156
  • Conclusions
  • 164
  • Satellite Armies
  • 5
  • Blau II, 9-24 July 1942
  • 167
  • Area of Operations
  • 167
  • Blau II: The Battle for the Donbas, 9-17 July
  • 171
  • Formation of Stalingrad Front
  • 185
  • Hitler Alters Course
  • 8
  • 190
  • Advance to the Don: The Millerovo Encirclement and the Battle for Rostov, 17-24 July
  • 195
  • Hitler's Directive No. 45
  • 204
  • Conclusions
  • 214
  • 6
  • German Advance into the Great Bend of the Don, 23-31 July 1942
  • 217
  • Strategic Picture
  • Area of Operations
  • 217
  • Sixth Army's Advance to the Don, 17-25 July
  • 219
  • Stalingrad Front's Counterstroke, 26-31 July
  • 231
  • Orel and Voronezh Axes, 20-26 July
  • 248
  • Not a Step Back!
  • 261
Control code
ocn275152784
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xix, 655 pages
Isbn
9780700616305
Lccn
2008049847
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
940.5421747 G458 ; L ; XX-N ; SA ; C-LS; C0907BT5.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, plans
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 275152784
  • (Sirsi) 275152784
  • (OCoLC)275152784
Label
To the gates of Stalingrad : Soviet-German combat operations, April-August 1942, David M. Glantz ; with Jonathan M. House
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 505-608) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • Conclusions
  • 265
  • 7
  • Endgame in the Great Bend of the Don, 1-19 August 1942
  • 270
  • Hitler Alters Course
  • 270
  • Fourth Panzer Army's Advance to Abganerovo, 31 July-14 August
  • 277
  • Sixth Army's Advance to Kalach, 1-11 August
  • Plan Fall Blau
  • 290
  • Organizing Stalingrad's Defenses
  • 303
  • Sixth Army's Advance into the Northeast Corner of the Great Bend, 15-19 August
  • 308
  • Conclusions
  • 317
  • 8
  • German Advance to the Volga River, 20 August-2 September 1942
  • 321
  • 11
  • Army Group B's Offensive Plan
  • 321
  • Stalingrad Front's Plans
  • 326
  • Sixth Army's Assault and Advance to the Volga, 21-23 August
  • 329
  • Struggle for the Volga Corridor: The Soviet Counterstrokes at Kotluban' and Orlovka, 23-29 August
  • 339
  • 62nd Army's Struggle, 23-29 August
  • 359
  • Axis Force Dispositions
  • Fourth Panzer Army's Advance, 17 August-2 September
  • 364
  • Situation in Stalingrad
  • 381
  • Sideshows at Serafimovich and Kletskaia, 21-28 August
  • 383
  • Conclusions
  • 393
  • 9
  • Struggle on the Flanks, 25 July-11 September 1942
  • 16
  • 396
  • Operation Edelweiss, Army Group A's Advance into the Caucasus
  • 396
  • Opposing Forces
  • 396
  • Initial Advance, 25-31 July
  • 400
  • Command Decisions and Opposing Forces
  • 410
  • Army Group A's Exploitation to Stavropol', Maikop, and Krasnodar, 1-15 August
  • German Commanders
  • 416
  • Initial Exploitation, 1-5 August
  • 416
  • Soviet Reaction
  • 418
  • Maikop Operation, 7-11 August
  • 419
  • Krasnodar and Kuban' Operations, 12-15 August
  • 424
  • Army Group A's Advance to the Caucasus Mountains, 16 August-11 September
  • 19
  • 431
  • Mozdok Operation, 16-31 August
  • 432
  • Reorganization of Soviet Defenses
  • 437
  • Novorossiisk and Taman' Operations, 19 August-11 September
  • 438
  • Battle for the Caucasus Mountain Passes, 16 August-September
  • 446
  • Northern Flank
  • German Soldier
  • 453
  • Voronezh Deja Vu
  • 453
  • Struggle for the Rzhev Salient, 30 July-23 August
  • 456
  • Zhizdra River Operation, 23-29 August
  • 461
  • Battle for the Demiansk Pocket, August 1942
  • 463
  • Flank Battles: An Assessment
  • 31
  • 464
  • 10
  • Conclusions: German Strategic Misconceptions
  • 473
  • Antecedents
  • 476
  • Blau I and II
  • 477
  • Altered Plans
  • 479
  • 2
  • Advance to Stalingrad
  • 481
  • 1
  • Red Army
  • 33
  • Rebuilding the Red Army
  • 33
  • Strategic Debate
  • 37
  • Khar'kov Plan
  • 45
  • Force Dispositions
  • 46
  • Wehrmacht
  • Red Army Leadership
  • 50
  • Soviet Soldier
  • 68
  • 3
  • Preliminaries, April-June 1942
  • 72
  • Operation Bustard Hunt [Trappenjagt]: The Battle for Kerch'
  • 72
  • Planning the Second Battle of Khar'kov
  • 3
  • 77
  • Disaster on the Northern Donets, 12-29 May
  • 79
  • Rival Assessments, June 1942
  • 83
  • Sevastopol', 7-30 June
  • 85
  • Wilhelm, 10-15 June
  • 90
  • Fridericus, 22-25 June
  • Rebuilding the Wehrmacht
  • 98
  • Reichel Affair
  • 102
  • On the Eve
  • 104
  • 4
  • Punch and Counterpunch, Blau I, 28 June-12 July 1942
  • 122
  • Area of Operations
  • 122
  • 5
  • Penetration and Encirclement, 28 June-3 July
  • 125
  • German Advance to Voronezh, 4-6 July
  • 143
  • 5th Tank Army's Counterstroke, 6-12 July
  • 146
  • Hitler, Block, and Blau II (Operation Clausewitz)
  • 156
  • Conclusions
  • 164
  • Satellite Armies
  • 5
  • Blau II, 9-24 July 1942
  • 167
  • Area of Operations
  • 167
  • Blau II: The Battle for the Donbas, 9-17 July
  • 171
  • Formation of Stalingrad Front
  • 185
  • Hitler Alters Course
  • 8
  • 190
  • Advance to the Don: The Millerovo Encirclement and the Battle for Rostov, 17-24 July
  • 195
  • Hitler's Directive No. 45
  • 204
  • Conclusions
  • 214
  • 6
  • German Advance into the Great Bend of the Don, 23-31 July 1942
  • 217
  • Strategic Picture
  • Area of Operations
  • 217
  • Sixth Army's Advance to the Don, 17-25 July
  • 219
  • Stalingrad Front's Counterstroke, 26-31 July
  • 231
  • Orel and Voronezh Axes, 20-26 July
  • 248
  • Not a Step Back!
  • 261
Control code
ocn275152784
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xix, 655 pages
Isbn
9780700616305
Lccn
2008049847
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
940.5421747 G458 ; L ; XX-N ; SA ; C-LS; C0907BT5.
Other physical details
illustrations, maps, plans
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 275152784
  • (Sirsi) 275152784
  • (OCoLC)275152784

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