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"On the 34th day of the battle of Stalingrad, front line dispatches said the Russians in bitter hand-to-hand fighting had driven the Germans from a number of blocks inside the city...The Germans failed to advance in frenzied efforts to take vital intersections. Soviet anti-tank weapons, firing from behind barricades, were proving superior to German armor, knocking out every tank directly hit. The Russians supplemented the fire of their anti-tank guns and artillery with hand grenades and benzine bottles and many Germans were roasted inside their tanks...German losses in the hand-to-hand street fighting were reported by prisoners to run as high as 70 percent in some regiments."

"The Army newspaper, Red Star, said: 'The country is living through grave days. The situation cannot be improved with silly, harmful talk about the greatness of our territory and our inexhaustible resources'".

     


Stalingrad Turns in Favor of Reds (PM Tabloid, 1942)

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