Headquarters of the German 6th Army at Stalingrad

 

 

 Left to right :

 

 Oberstleutnant i.G. GŁnter Breithaupt

 (Ia of the 76.Infantieriedivision.)

 Major Ulrich (background)

 Generalfeldmarschall Friedrich Paulus (biography)

 Generalleutnant Carl Rodenburg

 (commander of the 76.Infanterie Division)

 

 Back home

 

The road to Stalingrad
The Stalingrad air-lift
The surrender of the 6th Army Staff
The Stalingrad arm shield
Generalleutnant Heim; the scapegoat
The German 6th Army
Operation Lion, the story of Gefreiter Niewig
Knight Cross winners at Stalingrad
The German order for the attack on Stalingrad
The long-range patrol to Astrachan
The spy of the German High Command
Prisoner of war ?
 Winter Storm; the attempt to relief 6th Army
War diary of the battle
Cherntsy Graveyard
Maps
Hitler's Directives
O.o.b. of Army Group South 22 June 1941
O.o.b. of the German Stalingrad generals
Trapped and destroyed units in the "pocket"
Aerial pictures of Stalingrad
Battle report of Kampfgruppe Simons (German)
Signal communications in the pocket
The army chaplains of the German 6th Army

The 21 Ia Officers trapped in the pocket

 
  The former AOK 6 meets in Wiesbaden
Fighting strength of the 21 encircled  divisions  
  The positions 389. Infanterie Division on 20 January 1943.