My Just War: The Memoir of a Jewish Red Army Soldier in World War II

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Leaving Home 1
  • 1. World War II Begins 3
  • 2. "Bist Du Jude? Warum Da?" 5
  • 3. a Refugee in the Ussr 13
  • Hitler Invades the Soviet Union 29
  • 4. Drafted into the Army 31
  • 5. in Labor Battalions 41
  • 6. Taken Prisoner 55
  • 7. Escape: Surviving Under Occupation 66
  • 8. Liberation: the Nkvd Verification Camp 85
  • 9. Typhus: Hospital in Kalach 91
  • 10. the Not-So-Quiet Don 98
  • 11. in the Reserve Regiment 103
  • With the "Tsarina of the Fields" 107
  • 12. on the Bridgehead: My Real War Begins 109
  • 13. the Regiment's Translator 120
  • 14. Politruks, Propaganda, Entertainment 131
  • 15. Toward the Dnieper -- Zaporozhye 135
  • 16. the Gullies of Korsun-Shevchenkovsky 154
  • 17. on the Road to Romania 159
  • Crossing Frontiers with the Red Army 167
  • 18. Over the Prut River 169
  • 19. Fear and Cowardice, Comradeship, Courage and Heroism 176
  • 20. "Where Zhukov Is, There is Victory" 182
  • 21. "Making Near What Was Far" 188
  • 22. Entering Hungary: Debrecen 193
  • 23. Spoils of War 199
  • 24. at the Danube in Pest 204
  • 25. the Battle at Lake Balaton 211
  • 26. the Final Days of War 215
  • Epilogue 222
  • Appendix 230
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