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"Today's first Soviet communique indicated that Marshall von Bock (1880 - 1945) continues to pour in more men, more tanks and more planes, trying to overwhelm the Russian defenders by sheer weight... Stalingrad itself lies in ruins. The great factories which used to turn out tanks and tractors have been leveled by the numerically superior Luftwaffe. The machinery and supplies of the Volga have been removed to safer regions... Northwest of the beleaguered city, the Russians struck back with such force that the Nazis had to retreat from a number of populated places and Red Army tanks slashed into German positions at one point... Von Bock's forces trying to advance toward the Grozny oilfields still are being held up at an unnamed river barrier, probably the Terek River. Mopping-up operations are being carried out against the Germans who have tried to bridge the gap."

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''Nazis Halted at Stalingrad'' (PM Tabloid, 1942)

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