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Zhukov At the Oder: The Decisive Battle for Berlin (edition 1996)

by Tony Le Tissier

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On January 31, 1945, the Red Army stood on a line along the Oder River, about thirty-five miles east of Berlin. They would not reach Berlin for another two months, after battles to cross the river, seize the fortress of K#65533;strin, and take the Seelow Heights.
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Title:Zhukov At the Oder: The Decisive Battle for Berlin
Authors:Tony Le Tissier
Info:Praeger (1996), Edition: First, Hardcover, 360 pages
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This is the English translation of "Durcbruch an der Oder". It is a straightforward account of the Russina massing and the battle for Berlin told in good detail, with documentation from both the Russian and the German side. It's best to read the two editions (the German and the English) side by side as the German edition is much nicer with larger maps and better tables at the end of the book. ( )
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On January 31, 1945, the Red Army stood on a line along the Oder River, about thirty-five miles east of Berlin. They would not reach Berlin for another two months, after battles to cross the river, seize the fortress of K#65533;strin, and take the Seelow Heights.

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