Kursk: Blood on the Russian Steppe

June 2013
Vietnam;Jun2013, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p9
A preview of the article about the retaliation of the Soviets to a German offensive in a battle of armor in Kursk, Russia, which will appear in the periodical "MHQ" on the spring of 2013, is presented.


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