A groundbreaking book when first published in Russia in , now Valeriy Zamulin’s study of the crucible of combat during the titanic clash at Kursk – the. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Martijn Lak and others published Demolishing the Myth. The Tank Battle at Prokhorovka, Kursk, July An. Demolishing the Myth has 49 ratings and 2 reviews. Luka said: Finally a book about Kursk battle from Soviet side! Book concentrates on epic clash on
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No trivia or quizzes yet. Zamulin analyses the prkkhorovka costs and achievements of the Red Army at Kursk, and especially Prokhorovka While this gives you excellent overview of details what I miss is bigger map of Belgorod-Prokhorovka area so one can get the feel of the entire battle.
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Michael Byrne rated it it was amazing Feb 26, Prokhorovvka skillfully weaves reminiscences of Red Army and Wehrmacht soldiers and officers into the narrative of the fighting, using in part files belonging to the Prokhorovka Battlefield State Museum.
Martin Frost rated it really liked it Nov 26, Eugene Chollick rated it did not like it Nov 05, A former staff member of the Prokhorovka Battlefield State Museum, Zamulin has dedicated years of his life to the study of the battle of Kursk, and especially the fighting on its southern flank involving the famous attack of the II SS Panzer Corps into the teeth of deeply-echeloned Red Army defenses.
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Jun 26, Lee marked it as to-read. Illinispartan rated it it was amazing Dec 27, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. What I consider most serious flaw is that while the book ends with good analysis of Soviet performance and losses there is virtually no mention of air dekolishing.
Anthony Attard rated it liked it Mar 23, Zamulin describes how the Soviet High Command and the Voronezh Front had to cobble together quickly a defense of this line with prokhogovka battered units, but needed to reinforce it with fresh formations at the expense of the counterstroke at Prokhorovka.
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Refresh and try again. Steven’s writing in the historical field goes beyond his research and draws upon his experience as a former history teacher, from his undergraduate studies in history at the University of Michigan, from his graduate work in history at Eastern Michigan University and from his study of International Law, including the laws of war, at Michigan State University College of Law.
For armor enthusiasts few battles rank as high in terms of interest as the one fought in July of near the small Russian town of Prokhorovka; a struggle occurring during the Wehrmacht’s summer offensive against the Soviet held Kursk bulge in German lines.
By doing so, he indeed demolishes many of the myths that surround that pivotal engagement I hope the maps are good.
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Mark rated it it was amazing Apr 24, By recasting the struggle centered on Prokhorovka in such a way, Zamulin places the fighting into its proper context vis a vis the larger campaign of which it was the central part.
While this gives you excellent overview of details what I miss is bigger map of Belgorod-Prokhoro Finally a book about Kursk battle from Soviet side! Zamulin has written a book that will be the standard on the Prokhorovka battle for many years to come.
A former staff member of the Prokhorovka Battlefield State Museum, Zamulin has dedicated years of his life to the study of the battle of Kursk, and especially the fight A groundbreaking book when first published in Russia innow Valeriy Zamulin’s study of the crucible of combat during the titanic clash at Kursk – the fighting at Prokhorovka – is available in English.
Glantz “Zamulin’s painstaking analysis definitively establishes the Soviet counterattack at Prokhorovka as the decisive event in the Battle of Kursk, and a turning point in the development of the Red Army. In particular, Zamulin has examined and, in tremendous detail, presented the crucial events occurring between July 4th and the 17th on the southern facing of the Kursk Bulge – where the Red Army’s Voronezh and Steppe Front’s defeated the best efforts of Germany’s Army Group South to meet Operation Citadel’s primary or secondary goals.
Open Preview See a Problem? Craig rated it it was amazing Mar 08, Tim rated it liked it Oct 29, Edgar R Zuniga-Ortiz rated it really liked it Jun 05, Harrison, The Russian Review “It is very difficult to do justice to the level of detail provided in this study Return to Book Page.
John dunn rated it did not like it Jun 16,