Robert A. Forczyk
The German panzer armies that stormed the Soviet Union in 1941 were an undefeated force that had honed its tactics to a fine edge. The panzers defeated the Red Army's tanks again and again and combined with German infantry and aircraft to envelop millions of Soviet soldiers. But the Red Army's armored forces regrouped and turned the tables in 1942.
- Compelling reading about the greatest tank war in history
- Fresh insights into the mechanized operations of both sides during Barbarossa, the drive on Moscow, Kiev, Rzhev, Kharkov, and Stalingrad