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Tag Archives: David Stahel

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  • 28
    Aug

    2015

    Excavating in Hitler’s Path

    Introduction The battle of Moscow involved 2.5 million men on both sides of the eastern front, making it one of the largest and, without question, one of the most important battles of the Second World...

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  • 13
    May

    2013

    One Man Out of 3 Million: Sergei

    Operation Typhoon involved over three million men on both sides of the eastern front. Such a figure is hard to comprehend and the truth is, even as an historian, it’s easy to lose sight of the human...

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  • 29
    Apr

    2013

    Into the Intro: Operation Typhoon

    Launched in October 1941, Hitler’s Operation Typhoon had a simple objective: capture Moscow and knock the Soviet Union out of the war.

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  • 25
    Apr

    2013

    Historian David Stahel on Why Operation Typhoon...

    Amidst a sea of titles on World War II and the German army, David Stahel discusses why a careful study on this German campaign in the eastern theater raises new questions about the war we think we kno...

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  • 30
    Nov

    2011

    David Stahel

    A Q&A with David Stahel

    In just four weeks in the summer of 1941, the German Wehrmacht wrought unprecedented destruction on four Soviet armies, conquering central Ukraine and killing or capturing three quarters of a million ...

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