Fair. Softcover. Cover is in acceptable condition with creases, wear around the edges and a small tear along the bottom edge. Front cover has a round impression that where a bottle was place on the book. Pages have heavy tanning. Front cover is torn about 2" near the spine. Binding is good with no loose pages. Clean unmarked text. No highlighting or pen/pencil markings. We ship daily.
Very Good. 691 pp. Index. Edgewear. Corners rubbed. Light spine crease. A detailed, gripping description of Hitler's Russian campaign, and the front line fighting in it. Expecting to crush Russia in 8 weeks, he lined up 3 million men along the border. Two years later he met his final, devastating defeat in Stalingrad.; 12mo 7"-7½" tall.
Tattered but holding jacket. First Edition. USA Little, Brown & Co. 1964 First English Edition Cloth. Very Good/DJ tattered but holding. 640 pp. The classic study of the Eastern Front. Tight and clean. Solid binding. Slight bump on right bottom corner and right bottom spine. Former owner's name inside cover. Fold out map to rear. Your purchase to benefit Phoenix Public Library. 100% of this purchase will support literacy programs through a nonprofit organization!
This account of World War II covers the details of Germany's invasion of Russia from the beginning of Operation Barbarossa to the death of the Sixth Army at Stalingrad. Although written before the release of some Soviet archives, Carell's narrative of war on the Eastern front , in an excellent translation, provides unforgettable coverage of this part of a bloddy conflict..
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