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1943 - The Cold Battle: Stalingrad

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Soviet Union, Stalingrad, 21-01-1943


The Battle of Stalingrad was a major turning point in World War II, and is considered the bloodiest battle in human history. The battle was marked by the brutality and disregard for civilian casualties on both sides. The battle is taken to include the German siege of the southern Russian city of Stalingrad (today Volgograd), the battle inside the city, and the Soviet counter-offensive which eventually trapped and destroyed the German and other Axis forces in and around the city. Total casualties are estimated at between 1 and 2 million. The Axis powers lost about a quarter of their total manpower on the Eastern Front, and never recovered from the defeat. For the Soviets, who lost well over one million soldiers and civilians during the battle, the victory at Stalingrad marked the start of the liberation of the Soviet Union, leading to eventual victory over Nazi Germany in 1945.

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Sound Bite and conversation:

Jordan, Paul

(soldier in 1943) , speaking German:
-  "Most of them died of hunger or froze to death. Many were killed by typhoid fever in the camps, ...It was terrible."

Poselski, Michail

(Front cameraman) , speaking Russian:
-  "One could only feel sorry for those people. They were half frozen, tired and starving. We felt sorry for them. A lot of them were crying. They understood what had happened to them. As a matter of fact all of them should have been taken to hospital. They were ill. I did not see any healthy German soldier there."

Schaaf, Josef

(neat at Stalingrad in the cold war, 1943) , speaking German:
-  "The horses, which died weeks before, bloated and started to decay; we exploded them with hand grenades and cooked the meat shreds in the slush."

Meidinger, Heinrich

(neat at Stalingrad) , speaking German:
-  "On Christmas eve the muzzle fires were progressing further and further to the south and not long after, the news arrived: the counter attack was over. For me it was clear that our fate was sealed. There was no way out."

Gehlert, Edith

(Red Cross - nurse in Stalingrad) , speaking German:
-  "You know, when h ands and feet turn black, that means frostbite. They have to be cut off.Amputation was the only solution, we could not do anything else."

Wolff, Günter

(pilot in the cold battle, 1943) , speaking German:
-  "I had only one goal, to get the people out of there....otherwise they couldn’t survive. I cannot forget the screams, the whining, the groans. Only the noise of the engine was louder than they were."

Palm, Kurt

(soldier at Stalingrad) , speaking German:
-  "A bullet hit my lungs and it made a huge hole in my back – in my lung and my ribs, and I was breathing through that. Through my nose and mouth I could not, they were full... So I was breathing heavily and I was thinking that I would die....but I didn’t want to die. I didn’t want to!"

Shapovalova, Claudia

(resident of Stalingrad) , speaking Russian:
-  "We asked the troops coming back from the front: „Guys, you won’t let the fascists reach Stalingrad, will you? They answered: „ No way, how can you think that they won’t be able to manage!“ And we trusted them."

Stefanchuk, Ivan

(soldier at Stalingrad) , speaking Russian:
-  "Stalin gave the order: Stand fast! – that was it, but we understood the order well. For us there was no other country. The river Volga was the last line – we had to die or win over Hitler here."

Gehlert, Edith

(Red Cross - nurse in Stalingrad) , speaking German:
-  "In some places the intrusion was so fast that we were thinking “Oh God, how can we ensure the munitions on such a long distance."

Palm, Kurt

(soldier at Stalingrad) , speaking German:
-  "He ran in my direction and said.... I’m injured. He had his intestines in his hands....he was simply coming towards me. He was the first injured I saw."

Göring, Hermann

(soldier in Germany and the Soviet Union) , speaking German:
-  "Every German, even after a thousand years, has to pronounce the word „Stalingrad“ with a sacred shiver and has to remember that Germany finally sealed the fate of final victory there."




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