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When Hitler attacked the Soviet Union in June 1941, he planned to capture Leningrad before turning on Moscow. Stubborn Soviet resistance forced him to change tactics: with his forward troops ...

only thirty kilometres away, he decided to surround the city and starve it out. Over the next two and a half years, three quarters of a million Leningraders - almost a third of its civilian population - died of cold and hunger. To blame, Anna Reid argues, were the Soviet regime's brutality and incompetence, as well as Nazi contempt for human life. Using newly available diaries and government records, Reid describes a city's descent into hell, but also extraordinary individual endurance and self-sacrifice.

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Издательство Bloomsbury
Язык Английский
Переплет Мягкий
Возраст 15+
Размер 129х198 мм
Автор Анна Рейд
ISBN 978-1408822418
Год издания: 2012
Количество страниц: 512 стр.


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