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El sitio de Leningrado, By Michael Jones. Humanity that has been fractured, pulverized, disintegrated. It behooves citizens of the U.

Apr 30, Iceman rated it really liked it. The next chapter is mostly about the leaders of Leningrad. I am continually set stiio when I contemplate the amount of suffering and death that Germany has been responsible for.

Some of the stories are fairly horrific with accounts of cannibalism and murder as morals break down with those slowly starving to death. He spares nobody in revealing the barbarity of the Nazi battle plan and the witio, avarice and wanton disregard for suffering the characterized the official Soviet response. Please enter your name.


Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. The fabulous Symphony plaid on august 9, by Karl Eliasberg and his orchestra, was a fabulous answer to German barbary. Also the ugly side of the starvation, the ppl who ate books, wallpapers, glue.


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There were notes at the end of the book but these were not specific. Dec 24, Andrew rated it it was amazing. If you are unfamiliar with this chapter of the eastern war, this is probably leningrrado fine intr A fine treatment of the second holocaust of WW II.

Drawing on newly available mihcael accounts and diaries, he reveals the true horrors of the ordeal—including stories long-suppressed by the Soviets of looting, criminal gangs, and cannibalism.

It brings about el sitio de leningrado michael jones destruction, lrningrado and death. This is a decent book covering the World War Two siege of Leningrad. The structure of this book is very clear. Jones shows how Stalin’s purge of the Red Army’s best officers leninrado the utter incompetence of Leningrad’s leaders made an awful situation even worse. The one thing that bothered me was the referencing.

Jones’ style has the advantage of accentuating the myriad small disaste I’m rounding up from 3.

Still a good book about Operation Barbarossa and the siege of Leningrad. Please verify that you are not a robot.

ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. While the prose is largely workmanlike although there are a few howlers, like describing someone under threat as leningado “surrounded by prey”the prose does not draw one in. Dicho esto he de decir que el elegido el sitio de leningrado michael jones perderla ha sido todo un acierto.

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Leningrad: State of Siege

Confesso que em muitas alturas tive de parar de ler tal a agonia que me metia. If you ever need reminding of the horrors and atrocities that man commits against other men, then take a read of this.


The book does a great job explaining how the tactics by both sides that led to siege of Leningrad. Although Michael Jones doesn’t come across as a Marxist, the vignettes he does include confirm what true Marxists have always said about the Stalinist bureaucracy.

Jan 26, Monte rated it liked it Shelves: It also discusses the German strategy of starving the city and causing epidemics by shelling and bombing water, sanitation facilities and utilities so the city would collapse and the army would not have to fight in the c An excellent and disturbing book about the siege of Leningrad.

Many parts written too “dry” for my liking, and some parts where repetitive. Jones’s book kept my interest where I might have lost it reading other history books that dwelled more on dates, names of military leaders, battles, etc. But he also shows the immense psychological resources on which the citizens of Leningrad drew to survive against desperate odds.

I like to see clear footnotes or endnotes. Why is this story not taught in US schools? Almost every major city across America has constructed a museum or monument dedicated leningradl the Leningraddo.