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  • The best single-volume account of the Barbarossa campaign to date

    Andrew Roberts, author of 'Churchill: Walking with Destiny'
  • It's a vital story, one everyone should know, and Dimbleby tells it with verve and elan

    Laurence Rees, author of 'Hitler and Stalin'
  • Should be on everyone's reading list for 2021

    Dr Amanda Foreman, author of 'A World on Fire'
  • Masterly

    General Sir Mike Jackson
  • Vivid and engrossing

    Brendan Simms, author of 'Hitler: Only The World Was Enough'
  • An impressive achievement . . . a fast-paced, gripping read

    Julia Boyd, author of 'Travellers in the Third Reich'
  • A great read . . . he brings Barbarossa very vividly to life, as if you are there

    Robert Kershaw, author of 'War Without Garlands: Operation Barbarossa 1941-1942' and 'Borodino Field 1812/1941'
  • Thought-provoking . . . a captivating eye-opener

    Prof Dr Gerhard Hirschfeld, University of Stuttgart, former President of the International Committee for the Study of the Second World War
  • Superbly well-written . . . the most comprehensive study of Hitler's invasion of the USSR in years

    Keith Lowe, author of 'Savage Continent'
  • Expertly narrated and written with piercing clarity

    Frederick Taylor, author of '1939: A People's History'

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