Sevastopol’s Wars: Crimea from Potemkin to Putin
The Wehrmacht in Russia
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Autor: Mungo Melvin CB OBE
Data publikacji: 2017-04
Liczba stron: 440
W przypadku braku książki w magazynie, czas realizacji zamówienia może wynieść 3-6 tygodni.
Founded by Catherine the Great, the maritime city of Sevastopol has been fought over for centuries. Crucial battles of the Crimean War were fought on the hills surrounding the city, and the memory of this stalwart defence inspired those who fruitlessly battled the Germans during World War II. Twice the city has faced complete obliteration yet twice it has risen, phoenix-like, from the ashes.
Written by award-winning historian Mungo Melvin, this book will be the first in any language to cover the full history of Russia's historic Crimean naval citadel, from its founding through to the current tensions that threaten the region.
About the Author
Mungo Melvin is the author of Manstein: Hitler's Greatest General (Weidenfeld & Nicolson), first published to critical acclaim in 2010. In 2011 it was runner-up in the prestigious Westminster Prize; in 2012, it won a distinguished book award as best biography of the year from the US Society for Military History.