The Drive on Moscow, 1941 (Book) Review
by Warfare Military History Magazine
Publisher: Casemate UK
Author: Niklas Zetterling and Anders Frankson
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Highly researched providing a very insightful study of operation “Typhoon”, The Drive on Moscow 1941 is an interesting chronological account based on numerous archival records, personal diaries, letters and other sources.
Well-written and complete with 24 photographs and 7 maps this is an excellent publication from authors Niklas Zetterling and Anders Frankson. Although the main bulk of this book covers operations it does give readers small sections of War from the Frontline too.
We think this book will benefit both general readers and historians alike, grab your copy soon!
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