Three Kings: Axis Royal Armies on the Russian Front 1941

ASIN: 1300136618

Rating:
List Price: $21.94
Sale Price: $27.61
(as of 12/13/2017 07:27 UTC - Details)

Eligible For Free Shipping
Three Kings: Axis Royal Armies on the Russian Front 1941

Three Kings: Axis Royal Armies On The Russian Front 1941, is about the armed forces of the kingdoms of Italy, Romania, and Hungary, which fought alongside the German Wehrmacht, in the 1941 invasion of the Soviet Union. Foreword written by Colonel John R. Griffin (retired), US Army Special Forces. Author Patrick Cloutier discusses the motivations of the three Axis kingdoms for going to war against the USSR, the organization of the forces which participated, their roles as integral components of Army Group South, and traces their movements and progress during the course of Operation Barbarossa. He makes reference to the books of a number of authors - including Russian historians - through whose works we get a detailed view of events in the Ukraine in 1941. Included are accounts of Soviet armored trains in combat, identification of Red Army units which opposed the Germans and their Axis allies, and discussion of the political considerations which may have influenced the military decisions taken by both sides.

Three Kings: Axis Royal Armies on the Russian Front 1941 4.5 out of 5 based on 9 ratings. 1 user reviews
European Theater Hitler & Third Reich Hungary Italy & Mussolini Romania Three Kings: Axis Royal Armies on the Russian Front 1941 Three Kings: Axis Royal Armies On The Russian Front 1941, is about the armed forces of the kingdoms of Italy, Romania, and Hungary, which fought alongside the German Wehrmacht, in the 1941 invasion of the Soviet Union. Foreword written by Colonel John R. Griffin (retired), US Army Special Forces. Author Patrick Cloutier discusses the motivations of the three Axis kingdoms for going to war against the USSR, the organization of the forces which participated, their roles as integral components of Army Group South, and traces their movements and progress during the course of Operation Barbarossa. He makes reference to the books of a number of authors - including Russian historians - through whose works we get a detailed view of events in the Ukraine in 1941. Included are accounts of Soviet armored trains in combat, identification of Red Army units which opposed the Germans and their Axis allies, and discussion of the political considerations which may have influenced the military decisions taken by both sides. $21.94 https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51uvaxh5CTL._SL160_.jpg
http://ww2days.com/three-kings-axis-royal-armies-on-the-russian-front-1941.html

WWII Chronicles book coverHistory buffs, there is good news! The Daily Chronicles of World War II is now avail­able as an ebook for $4.99 on Amazon.com. Con­taining a year’s worth of dated entries from this web­site, the ebook brings the story of this tumul­tu­ous era to life in a com­pelling, author­i­ta­tive, and suc­cinct man­ner. Fea­turing inven­tive naviga­tion aids, the ebook enables readers to instantly move for­ward or back­ward by month and date to dif­fer­ent dated entries. Simple and elegant! Click here to purchase the ebook.