Hitler pursuit un mirage sanglant

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Hitler pursuit un mirage sanglant
Ils ont beau crier Victoire

Description

Article regards German claims of any victory over Moscow and the Russian army to be false. It points to a number of German spokespersons from Hitler himself to German press or radio making false reports of victory. Six examples of false claims are given over the period of 12 July to 12 October. The reality is said to be that large numbers of Germans have been killed in a number of places (Gomel, Smolensk, Bryansk, St Petersburg, Odessa, Moscow). French are urged to ignore the claims and remember that only a small part of Russian territory had been invaded, its industry was continuing, its army had huge supplies and morale was very high. Hitler had paused the offensive and would receive the punishment he deserved.

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IBCC Digital Archive

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SRosserLV745193v10009

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“Hitler pursuit un mirage sanglant,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed February 7, 2023, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/36604.

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