The World at War: Season 1, Episode 5

Barbarossa: June-December 1941 (28 Nov. 1973)

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Following the conquest of France Hitler, almost casually by blitzkrieg standards, turn his eyes toward Russia. But Stalin is equally lackadaisical in preparing defenses against Germany. The... See full summary »

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Ion Antonescu ...
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Averell Harriman ...
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King Boris III ...
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King Michael ...
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Vyacheslav Molotov ...
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John Russell ...
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Paul Schmidt ...
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Albert Speer ...
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Joseph Stalin ...
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Grigori Tokaty ...
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Walter Warlimont ...
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Following the conquest of France Hitler, almost casually by blitzkrieg standards, turn his eyes toward Russia. But Stalin is equally lackadaisical in preparing defenses against Germany. The German invasion rapidly reaches the gates of Moscow where it is stopped cold by the onset of winter then crushed by the Russian counterattack. Written by David Foss

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