Introduction Chapter 1 - `Summer 1943 - the Decisive Shift' Chapter 2 - `The Mius Chapter 3 - `The Polkovodets Rumyantsev Operation' Chapter 4 - `Akhtyrka and Bogodukhov' Chapter 5 - `Kharkov' Chapter 6 - `Attrition: From the Mius and Donets to the Dnepr' Chapter 7 - `The Dnepr Bridgeheads' Chapter 8 - `Krivoy Rog' Chapter 9 - `Kiev and Zhitomir' Chapter 10 - `Nikopol' Conclusion
From critically acclaimed Eastern Front expert Prit Buttar comes this detailed and engrossing account of the war on the Eastern Front as the German forces were driven back following the Battle of Kursk.
Prit Buttar studied medicine at Oxford and London before joining the British Army as a doctor. After leaving the army, he worked as a GP, first near Bristol and then in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. He appeared from time to time on local and national TV and radio, speaking on a variety of medical issues, and contributed regularly to the medical press. An established expert on the Eastern Front in 20th century military history, Buttar's previous books include the critically acclaimed Battleground Prussia: The Assault on Germany's Eastern Front 1944-45 (Osprey 2010), Between Giants: The Battle for the Baltics in World War II (Osprey 2013) and a definitive four-part series on the Eastern Front in World War I which concluded with The Splintered Empires: The Eastern Front 1917-21 (Osprey, 2017). He lives in Kirkcudbright, Scotland.