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Stalingrad: see Volgograd, Russia.

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Stalingrad

Stalingrad See Volgograd

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Stalingrad ★★ 1994

Group of German stormtroopers fall victim to the brutal war of attrition over Stalingrad in 1942 and 1943. Realistic depiction of war is not for the fainthearted. Originally a TV miniseries; German with subtitles. 150m/C VHS, DVD . GE Dominique Horwitz, Thomas Kretschmann, Jochen Nickel; D: Joseph Vilsmaier; W: Joseph Vilsmaier; C: Joseph Vilsmaier; M: Norbert J. Schneider.

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