Vasil Sgurev. Last battles
Последни сражения. Category: World War II
Language: Bulgarian with a summary in English
The book explores the history of the World War II from November 1944 until the end of the war. The author examines the Eastern (Soviet-German) front which has the greatest length, duration and intensity of the fighting. The battles fought by the Allied armies in central Germany are described, including the Soviet Vistula-Oder offensive and the Western Allies' breakthrough of the Siegfried Line. The huge battle for Berlin, as well as the signing of the act of unconditional surrender, are analyzed in details. The decisions of the two international conferences — the Crimean (February 1945) and the Potsdam (July—August 1945) — at which the leaders Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill established the rules for the new world order and delineated the new state borders in Europe, were traced. In the last chapter an attempt is made to determine the price of victory and defeat.
|Publisher||Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House / Zahari Stoyanov|
|Language||English with a summary in English|
|Size||16 х 24 cm|