Author(s): Rupert Matthews
Title of book: Stalingrad
Place of publication: Bermondsey Street, London
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing Limited
Copyright date: 2007
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Initially, the German military committed 270,000 men, 3,000 artillery pieces 500 tanks and 600 aircraft to the Battle. The Soviet defenders had available 187,000 men, 2,200 artillery pieces, 400 tanks and 300 aircraft.
-how did the germans use their air force to break Russian defences?
91,000 German troops were captured at the end of the Battle of Stalingrad. Of those 91,000, only 6,000 survived to return to Germany after the war
-what happened to those who were catured
Today, Stalingrad is known as Volgograd.
It is known as Volgograd because they do not see Stalin as a hero anymore
The Battle for Stalingrad was fought during the winter of 1942 to 1943
The entire city of Stalingrad has been destroyed. The German air force drops many thousands of bombs.
It has been estimated that an average of 4000 bombs fell on every square kilometer (.6