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In the spring of 1942, German troops advanced deep into the Soviet Union en route to Stalingrad. Hitler seriously misjudged the tenacity of the Red Army and was convinced that the city could be conquered before winter. Ordinary foot soldiers, inadequately clothed and without sufficient food, struggled just to stay alive. Abandoned by their leaders, Nazi troops froze and starved to death in a conflict that left over one million dead. STALINGRAD graphically depicts this turning point in World War II as a vast tableau of horror in which the average German soldier was as much a victim of Nazi evil as the Soviet people.
Having thoroughly enjoyed 'Das Boot' I eagerly anticipated 'Stalingrad' from the same production team. I regret I was sadly disappointed. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Alan. J. Reynolds
Before we had films like Saving Private Ryan, Stallingrad is widely seen as one of the most graphic wartime dramas ever made, But the amount of raw graphic battlefield carnage... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donald Brown
Good movie, reminds you that not all Germans were nazis, but that all Germans were human.Published 1 month ago by Joe
Good movie, a little more action would have been nice, but still a good movie.Published 2 months ago by Stephen J. Huerta