With this work in two volumes, very much in the concept of the Stalingrad battle will change!
Among much that is addressed in Volume 2, which will be published in November 2022–in time for the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad—will be:
* The need to focus on Stalingrad in particular.
* The realistic air bridge – and why it failed.
* How could the Russians persevere?
* General Paulus’s greatest mistake.
* What happened to the civilians in Stalingrad?
* The myths about ”Pavlov’s house” and the Mamayev Kurgan hill.
* The German plan to evacuate Stalingrad – and how it failed.
* A critical analysis of the history writing about Stalingrad.
Read an excerpt from Volume 2 here
Read more about Volume 1 (early 2022) here.
Size 155 × 230 mm
Illustrated with many previously unsees photos
Large and clear maps
QR codes with relevant film clips
In order to bring about a quick release of this book, I consider a crowdfunding-solution. The crowdfunders will receive a personally signed copy of a special, numbered edition, and have their names printed as an acknowledgment in the book.
In order to bring about a quick release of this book, I consider a crowdfunding-solution: 1,200 SEK (USD$130) for both volumes The crowdfunders will also have their names printed as an acknowledgment in the book.
I ask everyone who wants to participate in the crowdfunding with USD$130 or more to e-mail me.
This also applies to people who don’t want to crowdfund, but who wish to pre-order signed copies of both volumes for $84.00 (or $42.00 for one volume) plus postage.
And please spread the word on communities on the Internet!
One more thing: Please ask around at book stores in your country to find book stores interested in taking in a couple of copies. No one could inform them better than you of the great interest in this unique book!
/ Christer Bergström
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To be published in November 2022, in time for the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Stalingrad.