TITLE

STALINGRAD -- MOMENT DE COTITURĂ ÎN RELAŢIILE DINTRE ROMÂNIA ŞI CEL DE-AL TREILEA REICH

AUTHOR(S)
PANDEA, ADRIAN
PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
Review of Military History;2012, Issue 5/6, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The relations between the Romanian and the German General Staffs followed what Erich von Manstein described as "the utterly grotesque chain of command" within the southern flank of the German disposition. According to the agreements at the highest level between Bucharest and Berlin in the winter of 1941-1942, the Romanian forces on the Eastern Front were to be reunited under Romanian command in an area that was initially identified as the Eastern littoral of the Black Sea and the Caucasus. The article below offers an insight into Romanian- German preparations prior and during the Battle of Stalingrad, a moment that irreversibly changed not only the course of the war itself, but also the relations between the two allies.
ACCESSION #
85224664

 

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