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EDITOR'S NOTES:

Editor's notes highlight occasional conferences, lecture, lecture series, and other events that may interest journal subscribers and readers.

Conference announcement:

The 3d Annual "Europa" War-gamers Conference, E2002, will be conducted in Eau Claire Wisconsin from Thursday 20 June through Sunday 23 June 2002. The conference gives participants an opportunity to take part in war-game simulations and attend lectures on World War II and, in particular, combat on the German Eastern Front. This year's conference includes four or more lectures by Colonel David M. Glantz on the Soviet-German War and lectures by Walter Dunn, covering such topics as the issue of the second Front in Europe in 1943. At a minimum, Glantz's lectures will cover Red Army Operations in the winter of 1943-1944, to include operation in Belorussia (Vitebsk and Kalinkovichi)(January-March 1944), the Korsun'-Shevchenkovskii offensive (January-February 1944), the Proskurov-Chernovtsy offensive (Kamenets-Podolsk)(March-April 1944), and the 1st Iassy-Kishinev offensive (April-June 1944). Conference attendees may either play the conference war-game, attend the lectures, or do both. Those interested in attending the conference can obtain more information from the conference organizer, Tom Johnson by letter, telephone or E-mail at:

Tom Johnson
1412 "B" South Hastings Way
Eau Claire, WI 54701
USA
Telephone: (715) 831-1590
FAX; (715) 831-1591
E-mail: tangoj@mastereuropa.com

Information of the conference site and room reservations can be made at www.ramada-eauclaire.com

Contents

I. How to order
II. Catalogue and price list of studies on the Red Army and the German-Soviet war
  1. Art of war symposium transcripts
  2. Formerly classified Soviet General Staff and main Naval Staff studies
  3. Special studies
  4. Red Army combat operations
  5. Atlases
III. Self-published books by David M. Glantz
  1. Special studies
  2. Red Army combat operations

I. How to order

Send orders to:

David M. Glantz, 805 Forbes Road, Carlisle, PA 17013.

Add 8% for domestic postage and handling and 15% for foreign (surface). For domestic orders, please remit payment by check or money order. For foreign orders, please pay by international money order.

David M. Glantz
Tel: (717) 249-1161
Fax: (717) 249-5894

For any questions contact David Glantz by e-mail: Rzhev@aol.com

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II. Catalogue and price list of studies on the Red Army and the German-Soviet war (1941-1945)

1. Art of war symposium transcripts (Originals and Reprints)

1984 Art of War Symposium (Transcript of Proceedings): From the Don to the Dnepr: Soviet Offensive Operations - December 1942-August 1943. Without supplementary map sets.

449 pages. Soft bound.

Price: $60.

Reprint with additional maps.

Approximately 590 pages.

Price: $80.


1985 Art of War Symposium (Transcript of Proceedings): From the Dnepr to the Vistula: Soviet Offensive Operations - November 1943-August 1944. Unbound reprint only.

Approximately 750 pages.

Price: $90.


1986 Art of War Symposium (Transcript of Proceedings): From the Vistula to the Oder: Soviet Offensive Operations -- October 1944-March 1945. Unbound reprint only.

803 pages.

Price: $90.


2. Formerly classified Soviet General Staff and main Naval Staff studies (Flat-bound translations with supplementary materials)

Kursk 1943: The Soviet General Staff Study. With 30 original maps translated from the Russian and 9 supplementary maps.

363 pages

Price: $50.


The Korsun'-Shevchenkovskii Operation (The Cherkassy Pocket)(January February 1944): The Soviet General Staff Study. With 14 original maps, appendices covering Soviet order of battle, strengths and losses, key command cadre, armored operations, engineer, and logistical support, German armored strength, and 31 supplementary maps.

208 pages

Price: $40.


Belorussia 1944: The Soviet General Staff Study (June-August 1944). Includes 3 general maps, 13 terrain maps, 64 hand-drawn daily situation maps, and appendices covering Soviet order of battle, key command personnel, and personnel losses during the operation.

339 pages

Price: $60.

L'vov-Sandomierz 1944: The Soviet General Staff Study (July-August 1944). Includes 3 general maps, 10 terrain maps, 37 hand-drawn daily situation maps, and appendices covering Soviet order of battle, key command personnel, and personnel and equipment strengths and losses during the operation. Also contains 14 original maps in Russian.

242 pages

Price: $50.


Soviet Northern Fleet Diversionary Operations in Motovskiy Bay, September 1942: The Naval Main Staff Study. Includes 6 maps and endnotes.

33 pages

Price: $15.


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3. Special studies

August Storm: The Soviet 1945 Strategic Offensive in Manchuria. A reprint of Leavenworth Paper No. 7 (February 1983) with 41 maps, 7 figures, 19 tables, illustrations, and a revised Order of Battle.

approx. 250 pages

Price: $40.


August Storm: Soviet Tactical and Operational Combat in Manchuria, 1945. A reprint of Leavenworth Paper No. 8 (June 1983) with 26 maps, 1 figure, 16 tables, and illustrations.

approximately 220 pages.

Price: $40

Red Army Ground Forces in June 1941. With 4 maps and appendices on Red Army order of battle from June through December 1941 and Red Army mobilization for the first six months of war.

80 pages

Price: $20.


Red Army Officers Speak! Interviews with Veterans of the Vistula-Oder Operation (January-February 1945). (). Interviews with seventeen Soviet officer-participants in the operation, with an introduction, an overview of the operation, and two maps.

137 pages

Price: $40.


The Red Army in 1943: Strength, Organization, and Equipment. Contains data on the strengths, organization (establishments, TO&Es, [shtat]), and weaponry of virtually all Red Army and NKVD combat, combat support, and combat service support forces, and the Red Army as a whole. Includes data of such specialized forces as NKVD, road, railroad, construction, and penal [disciplinary] troops.

245 pages, including 107 figures

Price: $50 or 30.


The Red Army in 1943: Central Command and Control Organs and Leaders. Contains descriptions of all Red Army wartime command and control, administrative, and logistical organs and the men who led them. Includes a wide range of newly declassified and released NKO, Stavka, and General Staff orders, directives, and regulations.

175 pages, including 19 figures

Price: $40 or 24.


Soviet War Experiences: Tank Operations. In three parts with six tables and three maps. Contains Soviet assessments of tank and mechanized corps operations in Winter 1942-1943.

131 pages.

Price: $20.


David M. Glantz. Soviet Mobilization in Peace and War, 1924-1942: A Survey.

66 pages and 11 maps and figures.

Price: $15.


David M. Glantz, Deep Attack: The Soviet Conduct of Operational Maneuver.

126 pages with 17 hand-drawn maps, 21 hand-drawn figures, and 7 tabular appendices.

Price: $15.


David M. Glantz, Soviet Defensive Tactics at Kursk (July 1943). Reprint of CSI Report No 11.

70 pages with 14 hand-drawn tables and 23 hand-drawn figures.

Price: $15.


David M. Glantz. The Strategic and Operational Impact of Terrain on Military Operations in Central and Eastern Europe.

65 pages with 34 maps.

Price: $15.


David M. Glantz. The Motor-Mechanization Program of the Red Army During the Inter-War Years.

61 pages with numerous organizational charts.

Price: $15.


David M. Glantz. Soviet Operational Intelligence in the Battle of Kursk (July 1943).

70 pages including 42 maps and figures.

Price: $15.


David M. Glantz. Forgotten Battles of the German-Soviet War (1941-1945).

55 pages including 16 maps.

Price: $15.


David M. Glantz, The Ghosts of Demiansk: Soviet Airborne Operations Against the German Demiansk Pocket (6 March-8 April 1942).

50 pages including 8 maps.
Price: $15.


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4. Red Army combat operations (Flat-bound)

Forgotten Battles of the Soviet-German War (1941-1945): Detailed studies of forgotten, covered up, or ignored operations of significant scale incorporating hitherto unavailable Stavka directives, front and NKO orders, and transcripts of conversations between Stalin, representatives of the Stavka, and Red Army field commanders. Contains full documentation and a wide range of German and Soviet archival maps and operational summary maps. Each volume covers one of the war's eight campaigns.

  • Volume I The Summer-Fall Campaign (22 June-4 December 1941). (111 pages, including 62 maps). Covers 11 forgotten operations conducted between the German launch of Operation Barbarossa on 22 June and the end of the Red Army's Moscow defense in December 1941. Price: $30 or 20.
  • Volume II The Winter Campaign (5 December 1941-27 April 1942). (158 pages, including 44 maps). Covers 8 forgotten operation conducted between the beginning of the Red Army's Moscow counteroffensive and the end of the Winter Campaign.
    Price: $35 or 22.
  • Volume III The Summer Campaign (12 May-18 November 1942). (195 pages, including 68 maps). Covers 14 forgotten operations conducted between mid-spring 1942 and the end of the Red Army's Stalingrad defense.
    Price: $40 or 24.
  • Volume IV The Winter Campaign (19 November 1942-21 March 1943). (438 pages, including 138 maps and 10 figures). Covers 16 forgotten operations conducted between the commencement of the Red Army's Stalingrad counteroffensive and late spring 1943.
    Price: $55 or 32.
  • Volume V The Summer-Fall Campaign (1 July-31 December 1943), Parts 1 and 2. (823 pages, including 422 maps and 30 figures). Covers 31 forgotten operations conducted between the commencement of the Battle of Kursk and the end of the year.
    Part 1 $50
    Part 2 $50.

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5. Atlases (Spiral bound)

Atlas of the Battle of Stalingrad: Red Army Offensive Operations, 19 November 1942-2 February 1943. (190 maps and charts). This large-format atlas consists of Soviet and German archival maps and composite daily situation maps detailing the entirety of the Red Army's Stalingrad strategic offensive. The atlas covers the initial Soviet penetration operation, the defeat of German relief attempts, the Soviet Middle Don ("Little Saturn") and Kotel'nikovo offensive operations, and the destruction of German Sixth Army in Stalingrad (Operation Kol'tso [Ring]). In addition, it provides unprecedented detail concerning the obscure Soviet offensive along the Chir River in early December (including 11th Panzer Division's combat at State Farm No. 79), and the late December Soviet penetration to Tatsinskaia.

Price: $80.


The Battle for Smolensk, 7 July-10 September 1941. (137 pages, including 34 maps and detailed orders of battle). Covers the complex fighting in the Smolensk region from the crossing of the Dnepr River by German Army Group Center's forces to Hitler's decision to postpone the Wehrmacht's offensive against Moscow, and instead unleash Guderian's Second Panzer Group against Red Army forces defending Kiev. Includes unprecedented details on Soviet offensive actions at Lepel', Zhlobin, Bobruisk, Smolensk, Dukhovshchina, El'nia, and Novozybkov, and Germans offensive operations around Smolensk, at Velikie Luki and Toropets, including Guderian's famous southward turn. Serves as a companion narrative to the Atlas of the Battle of Smolensk.


Atlas of the Battle of Smolensk, 7 July-10 September 1941 (192 maps and charts and 25 pages of opposing orders of battle). This definitive large-format (11 x 17) atlas consists of Soviet and German archival maps covering all operational and tactical aspects of this massive and complex operation. Includes unprecedented details on Soviet offensive actions at Lepel', Zhlobin, Bobruisk, Smolensk, Dukhovshchina, El'nia, and Novozybkov, and Germans offensive operations around Smolensk, at Velikie Luki and Toropets, including Guderian's famous southward turn. Serves as a companion atlas to The Battle of Smolensk.


Atlas of the War on the Eastern Front (1941-1945). (85 pages). With 85 maps covering all major and most minor wartime operations. Derived from Soviet maps with annotated corrections.

Price: $30.


Atlas of the Battle of Moscow: The Defensive Phase (1 October-5 December 1941). 117 maps and charts, consisting of German Lage Ost operational and intelligence maps annotated with actual Soviet unit positions, situation maps prepared by German armies and panzer groups, and translated maps from formerly classified Soviet General Staff studies of the Battle of Moscow. Most maps in 11x17 format.

Price: $80.


Atlas of the Battle of Moscow: The Soviet Offensive, 5 December 1941-20 April 1942. This definitive, large-format (11x17) atlas consists of an introduction and 176 Soviet and German archival maps covering all operational and tactical aspects of this massive operation. The charts provide unprecedented data on comparative force strengths, which contradict virtually all existing sources.

Price: $80.


Atlas and Survey, The Soviet Khar'kov Offensive, 12-29 May 1942. 14 pages of text and 67 maps, most in 11x17" format, consisting of translated maps from formerly classified Soviet General Staff materials, German archival maps, and complete daily situation maps. Provides unprecedented operational and tactical details regarding this Soviet military disaster, which cost the Red Army over 250,000 men and served as prelude for the German advance to Stalingrad.

Price: $60.


Atlas and Survey, Operation "Mars" (November-December 1942): Marshal Zhukov's Greatest Defeat. 43 pages of text and 84 maps in 11x17" format, consisting of translated maps from formerly classified Soviet General Staff materials, German operational and intelligence maps, and complete daily situation maps. This operation, conducted by Marshal Zhukov, was the failed companion piece to operation "Uranus," the Soviet Stalingrad counteroffensive. Soviet authorities have since covered up its existence.

Price: $70.


Atlas of Operation Blau (Blue): The German Advance to Stalingrad, 28 June-18 October 1942. This large-format atlas consists of 185 Soviet and German archival maps covering the entirety of this ill-fated campaign. In addition to the fighting in the city of Stalingrad, the atlas includes detailed map coverage of the many failed Soviet counteroffensives in July, August, and September 1942. Maps also cover the first clumsy Soviet attempt to employ a tank army (the 5th) in a major counterstroke at Voronezh and graphic portrayal of the fate of Soviet forces encircled in the heated battles on the distant and immediate approaches to Stalin's namesake city.

Price: $80.


Atlas and Survey, Prelude to Kursk: The Soviet Central Front Offensive, February-March 1943. 46 pages of text and 34 maps, 20 in 11x17" format, consisting of daily situation maps derived from formerly classified Soviet archival materials and German archival maps. Provides operational and tactical details concerning the culminating phase of the Soviet Winter offensive 1942-1943. This failed offensive, which was designed to split the German Eastern Front, failed and has since been covered up by Soviet historians.

Price: $50.


Atlas of The Battle of Kursk (July-August 1943). (74 maps). Consisting of 18 daily situation maps in 10 x 17 inch format, 28 10x17" tactical situation maps of 1:50,000-scale prepared on translated original Soviet base maps, German operational and intelligence maps, and selected strategic overview maps.

Price: $70.


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III. Self-published books by David M. Glantz

1. Special studies (Flat-bound)

The Red Army in 1943: Strength, Organization, and Equipment. Contains data on the strengths, organization (establishments and TO&Es, [shtat]), and weaponry of virtually all Red Army and NKVD combat, combat support, and combat service support forces, and the Red Army as a whole. Includes data of such specialized forces as NKVD, air defense, chemical, road, railroad, construction, and penal [disciplinary] troops.

245 pages, including 107 figures

Price: $50 or 30.


The Red Army in 1943: Central Command and Control Organs and Leaders. Contains detailed descriptions of all Red Army wartime command and control, administrative, and logistical organs and the men who led them. Surveys national command authorities, People's Commissariat of Defense (NKO) and General Staff directorates, political, rear service, intelligence, and counterintelligence organs, including unique orders pertaining to the wartime evolution of the GRU and "SMERSH." The work incorporates a wide range of newly declassified and formerly unavailable NKO, Stavka, and General Staff orders, directives, and regulations and contains a special appendix related to the registration of Red Army personnel losses during the war.

175 pages, including 19 figures

Price: $40 or 24.
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2. Red Army combat operations (Flat-bound)

Forgotten Battles of the Soviet-German War Series (1941-1945): This new eight-volume series provides detailed coverage and archival documentation related to a wide range of forgotten, covered up, or ignored Red Army operations of strategic or operational-strategic scale. Every volume incorporates numerous hitherto unavailable Stavka directives, front and NKO orders, and transcripts of conversations between Stalin, representatives of the Stavka, and Red Army field commanders. Contains full documentation and a wide range of German and Soviet archival maps and operational summary maps. Each volume focuses on one of the war's eight campaigns as defined by the Soviet General Staff.

  • Volume I The Summer-Fall Campaign (22 June-4 December 1941). (111 pages, including 62 maps). Covers 11 forgotten operations conducted between the German launch of Operation Barbarossa on 22 June and the end of the Red Army's Moscow defense in December 1941. Includes Red Army attempts to launch concerted counteroffensives against advancing German forces in the Baltic region, near Kiev, and in the Smolensk and Roslavl' region.
    Price: $30 or 20.
  • Volume II The Winter Campaign (5 December 1941-27 April 1942). (158 pages, including 44 maps). Covers 8 forgotten operations conducted between the beginning of the Red Army's Moscow counteroffensive and the end of the Winter Campaign. Includes details on Soviet counteroffensives near Orel, Kursk, Demiansk, and in the Crimea and provides unprecedented details on the Volkhov Front's failed Liuban' Operation and the fate of General Vlasov's 2d Shock Army.
    Price: $35 or 22.
  • Volume III The Summer Campaign (12 May-18 November 1942). (195 pages, including 68 maps). Covers 14 forgotten operations conducted between mid-spring 1942 and the end of the Red Army's Stalingrad defense. Provides unprecedented details about the Red Army's attempts to thwart the German advance to Stalingrad, including the major tank battles around Voronezh, Soviet offensives near Orel, Rzhev, and Viaz'ma, and repeated Red Army attempts to destroy German forces at Demiansk.
    Price: $40 or 24.
  • Volume IV The Winter Campaign (19 November 1942-21 March 1943). (438 pages, including 138 maps and 10 figures). Covers 16 forgotten operations conducted between the commencement of the Red Army's Stalingrad counteroffensive and late spring 1943. Provides unprecedented details on the Red Army's fall 1942 and February-March 1943 strategic offensives, including operations Mars, neglected aspects of the Donbas operation, the Orel, Briansk, and Smolensk offensive, and operation "Polar Star," a major effort to raise the siege of Leningrad.
    Price: $55 or 32.
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