Stalin’s War of Extermination 1941-1945: Planning, Realization and Documentation
By Joachim Hoffmann. Perhaps the best book yet written on Josef Stalin’s plan for a world revolution by conquering Europe in a war of complete extermination.
Adolf Hitler, aware of Stalin’s massing of troops and materiel on Russia’s western border, launched Operation Barbarossa in 1941 to thwart the massive Soviet invasion.
When published in Germany in 1995 the book became a bestseller—yet censored in rest of the West. Thousands of copies sold.
The breakthrough bestseller by a German academic (and longtime researcher with the German military archives) that documented Stalin’s murderous war against the German army and the German people to today’s German public.
Based on the late Joachim Hoffmann’s lifelong study of German and Russian military records, “”Stalin’s War of Extermination”” not only reveals as never before the Red Army’s grisly record of atrocities against soldiers and civilians, but establishes beyond cavil that torture, murder, and rape of the captive and the helpless was official Soviet policy, as ordered by Comrade J.V. Stalin.
An indispensable book for all students of World War II as it actually happened, as well as a revisionist classic that has shaken anti-German propagandists to the marrow.
Hardback, 415 pages