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Re: Recommended reading on the foreign vol. & collaboration

Post by Orlov » 28 Jun 2022 17:48

Sergei Drobyazko Under the banner of the enemy. Anti-Soviet Formations in the German Armed Forces 1941–1945 (Podolsk Memorial Museum `Don Cossacks in the fight against the Bolsheviks`, 2020)
[Сергей Дробязко Под знаменами врага. Антисоветские формирования в составе германских вооруженных сил 1941–1945 гг. (Подольск Музей-мемориал `Донские казаки в борьбе с большевиками`, 2020г.)]
II edition 576 pages with color illustrations in hardcover In the book of the candidate of historical sciences S. Drobyazko highlights one of the most taboo topics in Russian history in the recent past. The participation of citizens of the USSR in World War II on the side of the German Reich. What made these people put on the uniform of the enemy and fight with weapons in their hands against their compatriots? What was the scale of cooperation between Soviet citizens and the enemy and the contribution of anti-Soviet armed formations to the military efforts of German Heer and Waffen-SS and Orpo? The author gives answers to these questions based on a wide range of domestic (TsAMO) and foreign sources (mainly NARA), including unique archival documents. The book is provided with rich illustrative and reference material and is intended both for specialists and for anyone interested in military history.
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