AT LENINGRAD’S GATES: The Combat Memoirs of a Soldier with Army Group North

AT LENINGRAD'S GATES: The Combat Memoirs of a Soldier with Army Group North
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“… One point of view well accomplished at ground level of everyday life in hell.” World War II magazine is the remarkable story of a German soldier who fought throughout World War II, the age of conscription private captain of a organization of heavy weapons East Front.William Lübbecke, 19, was drafted into the Wehrmacht in August 1939th As a member of the 58th Infantry Division, he received his baptism of fire in the course of the invasion of France in 1940. The following spring his division served on the left flank of Army Group North in Operation Barbarossa. After grueling marches my countless Russian bodies, burnt vehicles and a big number of civilians cheering Baltic came Lübbecke unit on the outskirts of Leningrad, which makes the deepest penetration of any German formation. The Germans have undergone tests for the following winter as they fought both against Russian attacks and the brutal cold. The 58th Division was thrown back onto the front of Army Group North, from Novgorod to Demyan AT LENINGRAD’S GATES: The Combat Memoirs of a Soldier with Army Group North

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