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The gripping tale of the campaign that determined the outcome of the Second World War

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Jonathan Dimbleby is the author of the highly-acclaimed Second World War histories The Battle of the Atlantic and Destiny in the Desert- The Road to El Alamein, which was followed by his BBC 2 programme Churchill's Desert War. His other books include, Russia- A Journey to the Heart of a Land and Its People, Richard Dimbleby- A Biography, The Palestinians, The Prince of Wales- A Biography and The Last Governor. He was the chairman of BBC Radio 4's weekly Any Questions? programme and presented ITV's flagship weekly political programme, This Week, for over ten years.


The best single-volume account of the Barbarossa campaign to date -- Andrew Roberts, author of 'Churchill: Walking with Destiny'
It's a vital story, one everyone should know, and Dimbleby tells it with verve and elan -- Laurence Rees, author of 'Hitler and Stalin'
Should be on everyone's reading list for 2021 -- Dr Amanda Foreman, author of 'A World on Fire'
Masterly -- General Sir Mike Jackson
Vivid and engrossing -- Brendan Simms, author of 'Hitler: Only The World Was Enough'
An impressive achievement . . . a fast-paced, gripping read -- Julia Boyd, author of 'Travellers in the Third Reich'
A great read . . . he brings Barbarossa very vividly to life, as if you are there -- Robert Kershaw, author of 'War Without Garlands: Operation Barbarossa 1941-1942' and 'Borodino Field 1812/1941'
Thought-provoking . . . a captivating eye-opener -- Prof Dr Gerhard Hirschfeld, University of Stuttgart, former President of the International Committee for the Study of the Second World War
Superbly well-written . . . the most comprehensive study of Hitler's invasion of the USSR in years -- Keith Lowe, author of 'Savage Continent'
Expertly narrated and written with piercing clarity -- Frederick Taylor, author of '1939: A People's History'
A chilling account of war at its worst -- Bear Grylls
Superb . . . stays with you long after you have finished -- Henry Hemming, bestselling author of 'Our Man in New York'
Brilliant . . . a wonderful piece of history -- Robert Fox
Epic . . . captures all of Barbarossa's drama and magnitude -- Martin Sixsmith

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