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4.0 out of 5 stars One for the bookshelf, 30 May 2008
I. R. Manton (Northampton United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
Barbarossa to Berlin (and the sister copy covering the first part of the campaign) offers a chronological study of the campaigns in the East. It is divided into easily digestable parts covering the three main theatres of the campaign (North, Centre and South) and sometimes diverges into other aspects.

The books can appear to get bogged down in one theatre sometimes but this is mainly because this is where the main campaign efforts were positioned at the time. The book can be useful to highlight certain major battles which might influence you to purchase other books carrying more detail e.g. Slaughter at Halbe (Tony Le Tissier) or Moscow 1941 (Rodric Braithwaite)

Do not buy this and expect to find a detailed history of the Eastern front. It is not big enough. However it does give you enough information to enable you to understand the major campaigns.

*** Please note this is a copy of the review I wrote for the 1st volume but I thought it best to review the two as one item rather than individually ***
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