By Colonel Herbert Selle, German Army, Retired
Translated and adapted by Karl T. Marx
Many myths, legends, and opinions surround the various versions of the bitter World War Il battle for Stalingrad, which culminated in the destruction of the once proud and powerful Sixth German (Stalingrad) Army. Colonel Selle witnessed the slow, painful unfolding of the debacle.
Published in the September 1957 Edition of Military Review, p3.
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