Fighting for the Soviet Motherland: Recollections from the Eastern Front Hero of the Soviet Union

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Fighting for the Soviet Motherland
Recollections from
the Eastern Front
Hero of the Soviet Union
Dmitriy Loza

Edited and translated by James E Gebhardt

University
of Nebraska Press
Lincoln & London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Translator's Foreword ix
  • Author's Introduction xiii
  • Audacity and Intuition 1
  • Lyuba the Tank Killer 5
  • Spalling 9
  • Not by Rote but by Skill 13
  • Friendly Fire 16
  • Delayed Retribution 24
  • Shooting the Moon 30
  • Skill and Daring 33
  • Flamethrower Tanks 47
  • Terrible Weapon 57
  • Death by Fire 62
  • The Marshal's Embrace 68
  • A Peasant Family's Courageous Deed 79
  • Failure to Coordinate 88
  • Night Raid 93
  • Thank You, Ice 104
  • A Slight Error 112
  • The Unknown Steppe 115
  • High-Ranking Reconnaissance 117
  • Difficult Mission 121
  • Strong-Willed Nature 128
  • Leaves Are Canceled 138
  • Rest and Relaxation 141
  • Field Mail System 151
  • Ammunition Resupply 157
  • Radio Communications 161
  • Combat Vehicle Maintenance 165
  • Feeding the Troops 176
  • Medical Evacuation and Treatment 189
  • Combat Decorations 204
  • Graves Registration 208
  • Appendix A 215
  • Appendix B 219
  • Appendix C 225
  • Appendix D 227
  • Notes 233
  • Index 255
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