This is the assertion made by Geoffrey Roberts in very good new biography on Geory Zhukov.
This is a very useful biography of Georgy Zhukov, the greatest general of the Second World War, by Geoffrey Roberts, author of Stalin's wars and Victory at Stalingrad.
I did not find any chronological or geographical mistakes with the exception of few inconsequential typos.
Of late there has been a lot of literature on Marshal Zhukov. This biography is another valuable addition to this list. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karun Mukherji
Interesting story of our former ally in WW2 and his dealings with Joseph Stalin.Published 1 month ago by michael devost
I admire him greatly.
His resilience and above all, his survival story!
A must read! Stalin's finest and best Marshal
The war demanded a huge cost from Russia. Incredibly good luck, great determination and sacrifice lead to Russia surviving thr German assault. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Gupta
I was excited to finally find a history of Stalin's General that could shed light on so many dark areas of Russian history. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dechen Paldron
I learned more than I could have imagined from this book an easy read.
Easy to follow and understand. Read more
My husband is not a "reader", but enjoyed reading this book from cover to cover. He would recommend this book to others.Published 7 months ago by Sherry D. Johnson
I spent days reading this book. It is so laden with detail and information about the very complex relationships between individuals and entities that I simply didn’t want to spend... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jerry Saperstein
Excellent history, especially in telling the horrors on WW2's Eastern Front. American readers may find the book especially intriguing for the wonderful rapport it describes between... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Birgitta L Ramsey