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Vladimir Putin marks Russia’s bloodiest battle, Stalingrad

As the Nazi blitzkreig pushed deep into the Soviet Union during the summer of 1942, Joseph Stalin ordered that in Stalingrad—the city that bore his name—the Red Army would end its retreat and mount a resistance that could sway the fate of both armies.... The post Vladimir Putin marks...
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