The battle of supplies and intelligence between Russia and Germany during the time frame of june-december,1941
The Wehrmacht swung into action again on june 22nd, 1941. the attack on the soviet union presented new challenges; the generals and Hitler were confident that they would defeat the Russians in about seventeen weeks. In the essay examine the campaign from the angle of the battle of supplies, for example talks about both sides(germany and russia) the transportation of material to their soldier.battle of intelligence, for example intel system. in your conclusions specify when did Germany loose initiative and whether it was a slip or something more serious. the time frame is june to december, 1941. REQUIREMENTS!!!!! takes figures from these three require sources. additional sources is ok you only have to read couple chapters in each book just in that time frame 1. Keegan, John. The Second World War. New York: Viking, 1990. Print. 2. Roberts, Andrew. The Storm of War: a New History of the Second World War. New York: Harper, 2011. Print. 3. Van, Creveld Martin. Supplying War: Logistics from Wallenstein to Patton. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. Print.
NAMEINSTITUIONLECTURERSUBJECTTOPICDATE OF SUBMISSIOMSupplies and intelligence between Russia and Germany during June-December 1941Operation Barbarossa, which was named after Frederick Barbarossa, the medieval German ruler, was the code name given to Germany`s invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II that began on June 22, 1941. The very ambitious operation marked both a declaration of Hitler`s desire to conquer the Russian territories and the start of a war which proved most important in deciding the victors of the war. (Keegan 42)The Germans had begun stationing troops near the Soviet border even before the battle in the Balkans had finished. In preparation for the battle, Hitler sentabout 1 million Axis soldiers and 3.5 million German soldiers to the Soviet border,stockpiled materiel in the East and launched many aerial surveillance missions over Soviet territory. The Soviets were still taken by surprise - more due to Stalin`s belief that the Third Reich was less likely to attack only two years after the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. The Soviet ruler also believed that t...