WordWarII.C.11 - Sept. – Oct. Battles: Street Fighting...

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HOMEFRONT Repression: Nationalities: Deportation (Chechens) ECONOMY Initial Losses Agriculture: Machinery, Labor Shortages, Plots Industry: 1942 Output Increases Mobilization of Labor: Women Productivity: Discipline, Incentives, Morale Lend-Lease: Scale – Significance? ROAD TO VICTORY German Offensive Resumed: Black Summer of 1942 Order 227: “Not One Step Backwards” Battle of Stalingrad (Aug. 1942 – Feb. 43)
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Unformatted text preview: Sept. – Oct. Battles: Street Fighting Zhukov’s Trap: 6 th Army Encircled Battle of Kursk (7/43) – German Counter-Offensive Too Long Delayed; Greatest Tank Battle Ever Hard Victories: Leningrad, Ukraine, Eastern Europe Liberation of Death Camps Hatred of the Germans War Poetry Victory: Battle of Berlin Looting, Raping, Celebrating Cost of Victory: Human & Material Losses Evaluating Stalin’s Role...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2011 for the course CHEM 51615 taught by Professor Fatima during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas.

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