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An Artilleryman in Stalingrad
Memoirs of a Participant in the Battle


Author: Dr. Wigand Wüster
Language: English text
Format: Hardcover, size 5.83" × 8.27"
Pages:  264
Photos:  160 wartime photos
Maps: 3
Publisher: Leaping Horseman Books
ISBN: 978-0975107652

Item No. LH-7652 Price: $50.00



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In August 1942, Wigand Wüster was a veteran 22-year-old officer leading an artillery battery in Artillerie-Regiment 171 (71. Inf.-Div.) as it approached Stalingrad. The preceding months had been marked by heat, dust, endless marches, and brief skirmishes with the enemy - but mostly by an ongoing battle with his bullying battalion commander.

In this brutally honest account, Wüster provides a glimpse of the war on the Eastern Front rarely seen before. With frankness, humor and perception, Wüster takes us from the heady days of the German 1942 summer offensive to the icy hell of Stalingrad's final hours, and finally into captivity.


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ANGRIFF: The German Attack on Stalingrad in Photos Into Oblivion-Kharkov to Stalingrad: The Story of Pionier-Bataillon 305 An Infantryman in Stalingrad Croatian Legion :The 369th Reinforced Infantry Regt.



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