Viktor Suvorov and Operation Barbarossa: Tukhachevskii Revisited

  title={Viktor Suvorov and Operation Barbarossa: Tukhachevskii Revisited},
  author={David M. Humpert},
  journal={The Journal of Slavic Military Studies},
  pages={59 - 74}
  • David M. Humpert
  • Published 16 March 2005
  • History
  • The Journal of Slavic Military Studies
On the sixth of July 1941 at 0330 hrs Moscow Time, tens of thousands of Soviet guns tore the silence into shreds, informing the world that the Red Army’s great liberating march had begun. The Red Army’s artillery, in numbers and quality, is superior to the rest of the whole world’s titanic reserves of ammunition were concentrated at the Soviet frontier. The firing tempo of the Soviet artillery swiftly grows, transformed into a hellish roar on the thousand-kilometer front [stretching] from the… 
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