posted on Mar, 23 2010 @ 01:34 PM
Article: A retired U.S. Army colonel fluent in Russian, David M. Glantz writes data-rich tomes that synthesize his research in the recently opened
Soviet archives. His goal: to debunk long-standing myths with what he calls "ground truth."
You can't reach judgments regarding political, diplomatic, economic, or social factors in the war as a whole unless you have reached sound decisions
regarding how the war was conducted, to what end it was conducted, and so forth. Historians today are focused not on operational but social issues.
But it all sits on the structure of military reality.
Source Story: www.historynet.com...
Site worth checking out also-on Military history: www.historynet.com
I think it is great that there are people out there, digging to ensure history is the most correctly reported.
It will be interesting to see what all he digs up that counters any official version of events.