The Tide of War Turns in Front of Moscow
From: The Myth of the Good War
Anaylzes Germany turning on Moscow in 1941 and how this was the turning point of the war. It was in front of Moscow, in December 1941, that the tide turned. Indeed, it was there that the blitzkrieg failed and that Nazi Germany was consequently forced to fight, without sufficient resources, the kind of protracted war that Hitler and his generals knew they could not possibly win.
Jacques R. Pauwels
JACQUES R. PAUWELS is an independent scholar who has a special interest in 20th-century history. He has taught European history at the University of Toronto, York University, and the University of Waterloo. The first edition of this monumental work, published in 2000, has also been published in German, Spanish, French, Italian, and Dutch and has been on several national bestseller lists. This new edition has been revised and updated to incorporate new research on the war published since then.