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An Infantryman in Stalingrad:
From 24 September 1942 to 2 February 1943


Author: Adelbert Holl and Jason D. Mark
Language: English text
Format: Hardcover, size 5.83" × 8.27"
Pages:  250
Photos:  25 wartime photos
Maps: 24 maps and sketches
Publisher: Leaping Horseman Books
ISBN: 978-0975107614

Item No. LH-7614 Price: $60.00



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Adelbert Holl was a 23-year-old infantry Leutnant when he rejoined his unit in Stalingrad after recovering from a severe wound he suffered in April 1942. Upon returning to Infanterie-Regiment 276 of 94. Infanterie-Division, he discovered that many of the officers and men who had been with the unit barely 5 months earlier were now dead or wounded, and the unit was embroiled in tough city-fighting in central Stalingrad.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1:
The Battle Around the Mouth of the Tsaritsa
(From the GPU Women's Prison to the bank of the Volga in 3 days) 23 - 27 September 1942

Chapter 2:
Operations at the Barrikady
(Grenadier-Regiment 276 is subordinated to 24. Panzer-Division) 28 September - 19 October 1942

Chapter 3:
Our Regiment Returns to 94. Infanterie-Division
(Operations near Rynok and Spartakovka) 19 October - 18 November 1942

Chapter 4:
6. Armee is Surrounded! 18 November - 5 December 1942

Chapter 5:
94. Infanterie-Division is Disbanded 8 - 31 December 1942

Chapter 6:
The Remnants of Grenadier-Regiment 276
(Now a part of I.Bataillon Panzergrenadier-Regiment 79, 16. Panzer-Division) 1 - 17 January 1943

Chapter 7:
Split into a Northern and Southern Pocket 21 - 22 January 1943

Chapter 8:
The retreat to the City Perimeter 22 - 24 January 1943

Chapter 9:
The Final Days 24 January - 1 February 1943

Appendix 1 : Adelbert Holl's Career


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