Zhukov at the Oder

The Decisive Battle for Berlin


Book Description

  • First detailed account of the Soviet advance on Berlin in the closing months of World War II
  • The battles that made Soviet Marshal Georgi Zhukov famous
  • Numerous maps illustrating how operations unfolded

    On January 31, 1945, the Red Army stood on a line along the Oder River, about thirty-five miles east of Berlin. They would not reach Berlin for another two months, after battles to cross the river, seize the fortress of Küstrin, and take the Seelow Heights.

  • About the Author

    Tony Le Tissier lives in England.