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Fate would determine which formation would actually take the building, for all the formations surrounding the city, except the 47th Army guarding the western flank, would be competing under front supervision. 6 On the German side, 9th Army had just been shattered for the second time in three months, all the reserves had been burnt up, some 12,000 men had been killed in the four days of fighting, and there was now no chance of re-establishing any force capable of standing up to the Soviet onslaught.
Soviet Military History Journal, Moscow, April 1965. 2. Chaney, Zhukov, p. 307, quoting Nicolaevsky. 3. Eisenhower, Crusade in Europe, pp. 397–403; Montgomery-Hyde, Stalin, p. 525; Ziemke, Battle for Berlin, p. 64; Seaton, The Russo-German War, pp. 562–5. 4. Gosztony, Der Kampf um Berlin, p. 122 [quoting John Ehrmann, Grand Strategy, October 1944–August 1945, p. 142]. 5. Shtemenko, The Soviet General Staff at War, pp. 317–18. 6. , pp. 319–20. 7. Koniev, Year of Victory, p. 83. 8. Shtemenko, The Soviet General Staff at War, pp.
The attitude of the Soviet soldier since crossing the German frontier had proved a serious problem for the command. Encouraged to take revenge on the Germans by the Soviet press and radio for the outrages committed in the Soviet Union, they had indulged in endless atrocities of murder, rape, looting, arson and wilful damage, bringing about a serious collapse in army discipline. Consequently, the political departments in the command structure had a difficult task in motivating and inspiring the troops, apart from the necessary reimposition of discipline.
A study of war, vol.2 by Quincy Wright