Romanians at Stalingrad. Myth and Reality

October 2012
Review of Military History;2012, Issue 5/6, p3
Academic Journal
The article explores the political and diplomatic efforts of the regime of Romanian authoritarian politician Ion Antonescu to abandon the Axis following the major defeat on Volga and from the Kalmyk Steppe. It analyzes the context in which Romanian troops were deployed in the second campaign on the Soviet-German front. The article also examines the myth and reality of the participation of Romanian troops in battles on the German-Soviet front in 1942.


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