German Eastern Front Research Paper by The Research Group

German Eastern Front
Hitler's invasion of Soviet Union (1941-1945). Examines origins of Nazi strategy, miscalculations, Operation Barbarossa, siege of Stalingrad, German defeat.
# 10421 | 3,600 words | 15 sources | 2001 | US
Published on May 12, 2003 in History (European - World Wars) , History (Russian)


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" This research paper discusses the war between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union (1941-1945), its origins, nature and course and assesses the reasons for Germany's defeat in the East.
Adolf Hitler decided to invade the Soviet Union in mid-1941 for a combination of ideological, strategic and economic reasons. This turned out to be a fateful miscalculation and may not have been the most promising option then open to Nazi Germany. The Wehrmacht enjoyed spectacular successes in the summer and early fall of 1941; however, the Germans lost their best chance to achieve decisive victory late that year due to a combination of factors. In 1941-1942 the Germans grossly underestimated the courage, tenacity, numbers and recuperative power of their Soviet foe and unwisely split and overextended.."

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