Paul Carell was a German propagandist who was the chief press spokesman for Joachim von The success of his books Hitler Moves East (Unternehmen Barbarossa) and Scorched Earth (Verbrannte Erde) made Carell a leading post- war. Results 1 – 30 of 63 Hitler Moves East, by Carell, Paul and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Hitler Moves East By PAUL CARELL. Translated by Ewald Osers from the. German “Unternahmen Barbarossa.” (Boston: Little Brown & Co., Pp.

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Now that the Soviet side is out it is no longer “The Book”. In addition to the maps of the above battles, maps were also provided for Staraya Russa, Hihler, Sukhinichi, Vitebsk and Volkhov. The book does not answer this question.

Hitler Moves East 1941–1943

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I have most of Carell’s books on the war, and they are great insight into the German side of the conflict. Full of great little stories of individuals that personalizes the narrative and makes it more interesting. It is still a keeper i think.

A Graphic Chronicle, Carell also adds individual anecdotal experiences to add the personal touch to the war and weaves the tactical with the personal in a interesting way.

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Hitler Moves East – by Paul Carell

Even the invasion of Norway is included. This is an interesting, complex work of history. Yes, it is written from the German point of view, but there is little to find from the Soviet point of view for the English reader, because so little of it has been translated from Russian.

Page 1 carelp 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? The Russian-German War The book closes with a major section on Operation Blue and the fight for Stalingrad and the failed relief attempt by Hoth to free Paulus. In his books, Carell portrays the Wehrmacht as heroes fighting for a lost cause. I would think most people interested in the war on the Eastern Front and don’t mind the German bias would enjoy and learn from hiter book and is highly recommended.

If you’re interested in the Eastern Front, you will find this book interesting, but Carell is not a reliable historian–this is a sanitized and artful piece of omves history. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Pzul the same year, he became the chief press spokesman for foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop. Hitler’s War on Russia 1.

Want to Read saving…. Jan 14, Captain Sir Roddy, R. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. But what compelled the average German soldier to fight so tenaciously in a foreign land for an immoral cause despite hunger, cold, and shortage This is thorough and lively history.


The tactical coverage is not as comprehensive as a David Glantz book in that not every battle is described but its sufficient to give the reader a good understanding of the ordeal and accomplishments made by the German Army and the determination of the Russian Army not to give up and to fight on despite prior losses. The impact of Siberian reinforcements for the defense of Moscow is eaet mentioned. This book begins with a classic account of the German invasion of Russia inEzst Barbarossa. I have been reading military history for years.

I really liked this book.

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May 01, Steve rated it really liked it Shelves: Lists with This Book. It captures the feeling of being there like no other book has. Dec 27, Mansoor Azam rated it it was amazing Shelves: Now this entire campaign has been recreated so accurately and vividly by the author of The Foxes of the Desert that you can hear its noise, feel its exhaustion, gasp at the blunders on both sides, follow every movement of the great armies.

Knowing the source does help you judge the angles.