The German Campaign in Russia - Planning and Operations (1940-1942)
About the Book
The purpose of this book is to describe German planning and operations in the first part of the campaign against Russia. The narrative starts with Hitler's inital plans for an invasion of Russia and ends at the time of Germany's maximum territorial gains during the battle of Stalingrad. A subsequent volume will depict the course of events from the Russian counteroffensive in November 1942 to the capture of Berlin in April 1945.
About the Author
Dr. Richard Gordon Grant, Esq. is an Adjunct Professor at Mercy College in the law department and a retired Lt. Colonel from the JAG Corps of the United States Army. He is an advocate of education at all levels, and is particularly interested in making sure the lessons of the holocaust are not forgotten.