tactical accounts of BAGRATION?

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tactical accounts of BAGRATION?

Post by Cult Icon » 23 Nov 2019 03:32

There are numerous operational-level books on Operation BAGRATION- at corps/army level type of coverage. However these books and Ph.D thesis tend to be weak in tactical coverage.

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Re: tactical accounts of BAGRATION?

Post by krichter33 » 01 Dec 2019 09:22

I would like to know too!

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Re: tactical accounts of BAGRATION?

Post by Jeff Leach » 01 Dec 2019 10:57

You might try Rolf Hinze's East Front Drama. It gives some details but like most of Hinze's book are difficult to read.

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Re: tactical accounts of BAGRATION?

Post by Cult Icon » 03 Dec 2019 17:36

Jeff Leach wrote:
01 Dec 2019 10:57
You might try Rolf Hinze's East Front Drama. It gives some details but like most of Hinze's book are difficult to read.
I have the other books- yea the thing with Hinze's books is that they are written in extremely symbolic language, like some of Glantz's older material.

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