Central Archive of the Soviet Ministry of Defence Stock 208 inventory 2511 case

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Central Archive of the Soviet Ministry of Defence , Stock 208 inventory 2511 case 1039, p. 112 76. ^ Goldman p. 177 77. ^ Zhukov, tome 2, p. 37. 78. ^ Guderian, pp. 353–5. 79. ^ Guderian, p. 354. 80. ^ Guderian, pp. 360–1. 81. ^ Guderian, pp. 363–4. 82. ^ Great Soviet Encyclopedia, Moscow, 1973–78, entry "Battle of Moscow 1941–42" 83. ^ a b Guderian, p. 359. 84. ^ Glantz and House 1995, pp. 88–90. 85. ^ a b Bergstrom 2003, p. 297. 86. ^ Bergström 2007, p. 112–113. 87. ^ Bergström 2003, p. 299. 88. ^ Glantz and House 1995, p. 91–97. 89. ^ Roberts, Cynthia A. (December 1995). "Planning for war: the Red Army and the catastrophe of 1941". Europe-Asia Studies . Taylor & Francis. 47 (8): 1293–1326. doi : 10.1080/09668139508412322 . JSTOR 153299 . "Marshal Georgii K. Zhukov, who had pressed Stalin on several occasions to alert and reinforce the army, nonetheless recalled the shock of the German attack when he noted that 'neither the defence commissariat, myself, my predecessors B.M. Shaposhnikov and K.A. Meretskov, nor the General Staff thought that the enemy could concentrate such a mass of ... forces and commit them on the first day ..." 90. ^ Guderian, p. 365. 91. ^ Zhukov, tome 2, pp. 43–4. 92. ^ a b T.S. (17 August 1942). "Movie Review: Moscow Strikes Back (1942) 'Moscow Strikes Back,' Front-Line Camera Men's Story of Russian Attack, Is Seen at the Globe" . The New York Times. Retrieved 18 March 2015. 93. ^ Rodric Braithwaite, "Moscow 1941: A City and Its People at War", p. 345. 94. ^ a b John Erickson, Barbarossa: The Axis and the Allies , table 12.4 95. ^ a b Glantz, Table B 96. ^ "Heeresarzt 10-Day Casualty Reports per Army/Army Group, 1941" . Archived from the original on 25 October 2012. Retrieved 28 March 2012. 97. ^ Jones, Michael (2009). The Retreat . New York: Thomas Dunne Books. pp. 107, 126–7, 292. ISBN 9780719569265 .
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Sources [ edit ] Braithwaite, Rodric. Moscow 1941: A City and Its People at War . London: Profile Books Ltd., 2006 (hardcover, ISBN 1-86197-759-X ). Collection of legislative acts related to State Awards of the USSR (1984), Moscow, ed. Izvestia. Belov, Pavel Alekseevich (1963). Za nami Moskva . Moscow: Voenizdat. Bergström, Christer (2007). Barbarossa – The Air Battle: July–December 1941 . London: Chervron/Ian Allen. ISBN 978-1-85780-270-2 . Boog, Horst; Förster, Jürgen ; Hoffmann, Joachim; Klink, Ernst; Müller, Rolf-Dieter; Ueberschär, Gerd R. (1998). Attack on the Soviet Union . Germany and the Second World War . IV . Translated by Dean S. McMurry; Ewald Osers; Louise Willmot. Oxford: Clarendon Press. ISBN 0-19-822886-4 . Chew, Allen F. (December 1981). "Fighting the Russians in Winter: Three Case Studies" (PDF) . Leavenworth Papers . Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: US Army Command and General Staff College (5). ISSN 0195-3451 . Erickson, John; Dilks, David (1994). Barbarossa: The Axis and the Allies . Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
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V · T · E ISBN 0-7486-0504-5 . Glantz, David M. ; House, Jonathan M. (1995). When Titans clashed: how the Red Army stopped Hitler . Lawrence: University Press of Kansas. ISBN 0-7006-0717-X . Goldman, Stuart D. (2012). Nomonhan, 1939; The Red Army's Victory That Shaped World War II . Naval Institute Press. ISBN 978-1-61251-098-9 . Guderian, Heinz (1951). Erinnerungen eines Soldaten . Heidelberg: Vowinckel.
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