Stalingrad

(from the article `Plievier, Theodor`) His most successful work is a World War II trilogy that deals with the war on the eastern front. The first volume, Stalingrad (1945), which describes ...
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Stalingrad

[2005 video game] Stalingrad (also known as Great Battles of WWII: Stalingrad) is a stand-alone real-time tactics game for the PC developed by Russian company DTF Games. The game is built-up upon Nival Interactive`s Enigma engine that was used in the Blitzkrieg game and is a fully stand-alone product. ==Campaign structure and maps== Staling...
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Stalingrad

[computer game] The band are often associated with the Britpop scene, and gained mainstream popularity in the UK in the late 1990s. They are known for their intelligent and often political lyrics and have a dedicated following. Although during the early part of their career they were regarded as a punk rock band, their music is now often ge...
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Stalingrad

[wargame] Stalingrad is strategic-level board wargame published by Avalon Hill in 1963. As one of the first board wargames (and the first one about the Eastern Front of World War II) it was extensively played and discussed during the early years of the wargaming hobby. Despite its title, Stalingrad covers the entire campaign between Germany...
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Stalingrad

Former name (1925–61) of the Russian city of Volgograd
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Stalingrad

Stalingrad: see Volgograd, Russia.
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