Battle of Kursk?

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SchnellMeyer
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Re: Battle of Kursk?

Post by SchnellMeyer » 24 Mar 2021 15:43

A personal favourite of mine is " Blood, Steel and Myth" by George M. Nipe

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Re: Battle of Kursk?

Post by lartiste » 31 Mar 2021 19:25

SchnellMeyer wrote:
24 Mar 2021 15:43
A personal favourite of mine is " Blood, Steel and Myth" by George M. Nipe
The book is great! :thumbsup:

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Re: Battle of Kursk?

Post by Pascal. Kullmann. » 27 May 2021 12:13

KevDen wrote:
03 Feb 2021 21:28
Was wondering if anyone here could recommend a 'good' readable book on the Battle of Kursk (1943)?

There seems to be a plethoria of them published, but how to sort the wheat from the chaff?
Glantz, Lawrence, Nipe, Zamulin and Töppel. Sadly there is no definite book about Kursk.

Kursk - The German View by Steven H. Newton is also reccomendable.

For short summeries the Osprey (north, south) books are quite good.

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Re: Battle of Kursk?

Post by DOGTAG44 » 29 Jul 2021 19:14

There are interesting chapters covering Kursk in John Ericssons The road to Berlin. And Glantz's When titans clashed. Lloyd Clark wrote a book titled Kursk, but I cant say I like his style of writing.
Another good chapters can be found in Bellamys Absolute War,

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