David Glantz - Books


  • Soviet Military Deception in the Second World War, Frank Cass, London, (1989) ISBN 0-7146-3347-X
  • The role of intelligence in Soviet military strategy in World War II, Presidio Press, Novato, 1990 ISBN 0-89141-380-4
  • Soviet military operational art: in pursuit of deep battle, (1991) ISBN 0-7146-4077-8
  • From the Don to the Dnepr: Soviet Offensive Operations, December 1942-August 1943 (1991) ISBN 0-7146-3350-X
  • The Military Strategy of the Soviet Union: A History (1992) ISBN 0-7146-3435-2
  • The History of Soviet Airborne Forces (1994) ISBN 0-7146-3483-2
  • Soviet Documents on the Use of War Experience: The Winter Campaign, 1941-1942 (Cass Series on the Soviet Study of War, 2), David M. Glantz (Editor), Harold S. Orenstein (Editor)
  • When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler (1995) ISBN 0-7006-0717-X
  • The Initial Period of War on the Eastern Front, 22 June - August 1941: Proceedings of the Fourth Art of War Symposium, Garmisch, October, 1987 (Cass Series on Soviet Military Experience, 2), edited by Colonel David M. Glantz, Routledge, (1997) ISBN 978-0-7146-4298-7
  • Stumbling Colossus: The Red Army on the Eve of World War (1998) ISBN 0-7006-0879-6
  • Kharkov 1942: Anatomy of a Military Disaster (1998) ISBN 1-885119-54-2
    • Reviewed by John Erickson in The Journal of Military History, Vol. 63, No. 2 (April, 1999), pp. 482–483
  • Zhukov's Greatest Defeat: The Red Army's Epic Disaster in Operation Mars, 1942" (1999) ISBN 0-7006-0944-X
  • Foreword to Forging Stalin's Army: Marshal Tukhachevsky And The Politics Of Military Innovation by Sally Stoecker
  • The Battle of Kursk (1999) ISBN 0-7006-0978-4
  • Barbarossa: Hitler's Invasion of Russia 1941 (2001) ISBN 0-7524-1979-X
  • Captured Soviet Generals: The Fate of Soviet Generals Captured by the Germans, 1941-1945, Aleksander A. Maslov, edited and translated by David M. Glantz and Harold S. Orenstein, Routledge; 1 edition (2001), ISBN 978-0-7146-5124-8
  • The Siege of Leningrad, 1941-1944: 900 Days of Terror (2001) ISBN 0-7603-0941-8
  • Belorussia 1944: The Soviet General Staff Study, Soviet Union Raboche-Krestianskaia Krasnaia Armiia Generalnyi Shtab, Glantz, David M. (Editor), Orenstein, Harold S. (Editor), Frank Cass & Co, 2001 ISBN 978-0-7146-5102-6
  • The Battle for Leningrad, 1941-1944 (2002) ISBN 0-7006-1208-4
  • Before Stalingrad: Barbarossa, Hitler's Invasion of Russia 1941 (Battles & Campaigns), Tempus, 2003 ISBN 978-0-7524-2692-1
  • Battle for the Ukraine: The Korsun'-Shevchenkovskii Operation (Soviet (Russian) Study of War), Frank Cass Publishers, 2003 ISBN 0-7146-5278-4
  • The Soviet Strategic Offensive in Manchuria, 1945: August Storm (2003) ISBN 0-7146-5279-2
  • Atlas and operational summary : the border battles, 22 June-1 July 1941; daily situation maps prepared by Michael Avanzini, Publisher: David Glantz, 2003
  • Hitler and His Generals: Military Conferences 1942-1945: The First Complete Stenographic Record of the Military Situation Conferences, from Stalingrad to Berlin, Helmut Heiber and David M. Glantz editors (English edition), Enigma Books; (2005) ISBN 978-1-929631-28-5
  • Colossus Reborn: The Red Army at War, 1941-1943 (2005) ISBN 0-7006-1353-6
  • Companion to Colossus Reborn: Key Documents and Statistics (2005) ISBN 0-7006-1359-5
  • Red Storm Over the Balkans: The Failed Soviet Invasion of Romania, Spring 1944 (2006) ISBN 0-7006-1465-6
  • Stalingrad: How the Red Army Survived the German Onslaught, Casemate Publishers and Book Distributors, Jones, Michael K. (Author), Glantz, David M. (Foreword) 2007 ISBN 978-1-932033-72-4
  • To the Gates of Stalingrad: Soviet-German Combat Operations, April-August 1942 (The Stalingrad Trilogy, Volume 1) (Modern War Studies) with Jonathan M. House, University Press of Kansas, 2009
  • Armageddon in Stalingrad: September-November 1942 (The Stalingrad Trilogy, Volume 2) (Modern War Studies) with Jonathan M. House, University Press of Kansas, 2009

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