Üres a kosár.
Konstantin Rokossovsky was one of the most talented commanders of the Soviet Red Army. He fought in many important battles such as Kursk, Bobruisk, East Prussia. Kamen Nevenkin’s richly illustrated study examines his main battles in the period of 1943–1945 and contains 163 wartime photographs and 10 maps which mostly have been never published before.
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