Combat on the Russian Front

On the Russian Front there were no rules; no code of honour; no decency or humanity. It was the largest and most brutal war in history, a barbaric struggle to the death. It contained the most immense tank battles ever fought and also recorded the most casualties, as whole armies were swallowed up by men, machines and Mother Nature. Enormous distances boggled the mind and the constantly changing seasons brought either mud and rain, heat and dust or ice and snow. All brought misery. "Combat On The Russian Front" attempts to describe the indescribable, the experience of combat at the sharp end of this most vicious of conflicts. Features incisive comment and analysis from Professor John Erickson, the world©ˆs foremost authority on the conflict on the Eastern Front, and Dr Robin Clifton from Warwick University.

Year: 1998
Genre: Documentaries, War Docos
Country: USA
Duration: 50 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Documentary (War)



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