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David M. Glantz

David Glantz
Born (1942-01-11) January 11, 1942 (age 82)
Academic background
Alma materVirginia Military Institute
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Academic work
Main interestsMilitary historian (history of warfare, World War II, Soviet Union in World War II)
Notable worksStalingrad trilogy (3 volumes)
When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler and other works on the Red Army
Journal of Slavic Military Studies
Notable ideasSoviet operational art
David M. Glantz
AllegianceUnited States of America
Service/branchUnited States Army
Years of service1963–1993
RankColonel
Battles/warsVietnam War

David M. Glantz (born January 11, 1942) is an American military historian known for his books on the Red Army during World War II and as the chief editor of The Journal of Slavic Military Studies.[1]

Born in Port Chester, New York, Glantz received degrees in history from the Virginia Military Institute and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Defense Language Institute, Institute for Russian and Eastern European Studies, and U.S. Army War College.

Glantz had a career of more than 30 years in the U.S. Army, served in the Vietnam War, and retired as a colonel in 1993.[2]

Teaching career

Glantz was a Mark W. Clark visiting professor of History at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.[3]

Activity after retirement

Glantz is known as a military historian of the Soviet role in World War II.[4]

He has argued that the view of the Soviet Union's involvement in the war has been prejudiced in the West, which relies too much on German oral and printed sources without being balanced by a similar examination of Soviet source material.[5] Fellow historian Jonathan Haslam, in a review about his book on Operation Mars, criticized him for some of his stylistic choices, such as hypothetical thoughts and feelings of historical figures apart from references to documented sources.[6]

Awards and honors

Studies for the US Army

Books

  • Soviet Military Deception in the Second World War. London: Frank Cass. 1989. ISBN 978-0-7146-3347-3.
  • The Role of Intelligence in Soviet Military Strategy in World War II. Novato, California: Presidio Press. 1990. ISBN 978-0-89141-380-6.
  • Soviet Military Operational Art: In Pursuit of Deep Battle. London; Portland, Oregon: F. Cass. 1991. ISBN 978-0-7146-4077-8.
  • From the Don to the Dnepr: Soviet Offensive Operations, December 1942–August 1943. London; Portland, Oregon: F. Cass. 1991. ISBN 978-0-7146-3350-3.
  • The Military Strategy of the Soviet Union: A History. London; Portland, Oregon: F. Cass. 1992. ISBN 978-0-7146-3435-7.
  • The History of Soviet Airborne Forces (1994) ISBN 0-7146-3483-2
  • Soviet Documents on the Use of War Experience: The Winter Campaign, 1941–1942 (Cass Series on the Soviet Study of War, 2), David M. Glantz (Editor), Harold S. Orenstein (Editor)
  • When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler (1995) ISBN 0-7006-0717-X
  • The Initial Period of War on the Eastern Front, 22 June – August 1941: Proceedings of the Fourth Art of War Symposium, Garmisch, October 1987 (Cass Series on Soviet Military Experience, 2), edited by Colonel David M. Glantz, Routledge (1997) ISBN 978-0-7146-4298-7
  • Stumbling Colossus: The Red Army on the Eve of World War (1998) ISBN 0-7006-0879-6
  • Kharkov 1942: Anatomy of a Military Disaster (1998) ISBN 1-885119-54-2
  • Zhukov's Greatest Defeat: The Red Army's Epic Disaster in Operation Mars, 1942 (1999) ISBN 0-7006-0944-X
  • Foreword to Forging Stalin's Army: Marshal Tukhachevsky and the Politics of Military Innovation by Sally Stoecker
  • The Battle of Kursk (1999) ISBN 0-7006-0978-4
  • Barbarossa: Hitler's Invasion of Russia 1941 (2001) ISBN 0-7524-1979-X
  • Captured Soviet Generals: The Fate of Soviet Generals Captured by the Germans, 1941–1945, Aleksander A. Maslov, edited and translated by David M. Glantz and Harold S. Orenstein, Routledge; first edition (2001), ISBN 978-0-7146-5124-8
  • The Siege of Leningrad, 1941–1944: 900 Days of Terror (2001) ISBN 0-7603-0941-8
  • Belorussia 1944: The Soviet General Staff Study, Soviet Union Raboche-Krestianskaia Krasnaia Armiia Generalnyi Shtab, Glantz, David M. (Editor), Orenstein, Harold S. (Editor), Frank Cass & Co, 2001 ISBN 978-0-7146-5102-6
  • The Battle for Leningrad, 1941–1944 (2002) ISBN 0-7006-1208-4
  • Before Stalingrad: Barbarossa, Hitler's Invasion of Russia 1941 (Battles & Campaigns), Tempus, 2003 ISBN 978-0-7524-2692-1
  • Battle for the Ukraine: The Korsun'-Shevchenkovskii Operation (Soviet (Russian) Study of War), Frank Cass Publishers, 2003 ISBN 0-7146-5278-4
  • The Soviet Strategic Offensive in Manchuria, 1945: August Storm (2003) ISBN 0-7146-5279-2
  • Atlas and Operational Summary: The Border Battles, 22 June–1 July 1941; daily situation maps prepared by Michael Avanzini, Publisher: David Glantz, 2003
  • Hitler and His Generals: Military Conferences 1942–1945: The First Complete Stenographic Record of the Military Situation Conferences, from Stalingrad to Berlin, Helmut Heiber and David M. Glantz editors (English edition), Enigma Books; (2005) ISBN 978-1-929631-28-5
  • Colossus Reborn: The Red Army at War, 1941–1943 (2005) ISBN 0-7006-1353-6
  • Companion to Colossus Reborn: Key Documents and Statistics (2005) ISBN 0-7006-1359-5
  • Red Storm Over the Balkans: The Failed Soviet Invasion of Romania, Spring 1944 (2006) ISBN 0-7006-1465-6
  • Stalingrad: How the Red Army Survived the German Onslaught, Casemate Publishers and Book Distributors, Jones, Michael K. (Author), Glantz, David M. (Foreword) 2007 ISBN 978-1-932033-72-4
  • To the Gates of Stalingrad: Soviet-German Combat Operations, April–August 1942 (The Stalingrad Trilogy, Volume 1) (Modern War Studies) with Jonathan M. House, University Press of Kansas, 2009
  • Armageddon in Stalingrad: September–November 1942 (The Stalingrad Trilogy, Volume 2) (Modern War Studies) with Jonathan M. House, University Press of Kansas, 2009
  • Endgame at Stalingrad: November 1942 (The Stalingrad Trilogy, Volume 3, Book 1) (Modern War Studies) with Jonathan M. House, University Press of Kansas, 2014
  • Endgame at Stalingrad: November 1942 (The Stalingrad Trilogy, Volume 3, Book 2) (Modern War Studies) with Jonathan M. House, University Press of Kansas, 2014
  • After Stalingrad: The Red Army's Winter Offensive 1942–1943 ISBN 978-1-906033-26-2
  • Barbarossa Derailed: The Battle for Smolensk, 10 July–10 September 1941 Volume 1, Helion & Company, 2010; ISBN 1906033722
  • Barbarossa Derailed: The Battle for Smolensk, 10 July–10 September 1941 Volume 2, Helion & Company, 2012; ISBN 1906033900
  • Barbarossa Derailed: The Battle for Smolensk, 10 July–10 September 1941 Volume 3, Helion & Company, 2014; ISBN 1909982113
  • with Mary E. Glantz. The Battle for Belorussia: The Red Army's Forgotten Campaign of October 1943 – April 1944, University Press of Kansas, 2016; ISBN 0700623299
  • Operation Don's Main Attack: The Soviet Southern Front's Advance on Rostov, January–February 1943, University Press of Kansas, 2018
  • Operation Don's Left Wing: The Trans-Caucasus Front's Pursuit of the First Panzer Army, November 1942–February 1943, University Press of Kansas, 2019

See also

References

  1. ^ "Editorial Board". Taylor & Francis. Retrieved February 18, 2017.
  2. ^ Nevenkin, Kamen (2012). "Forward". Take Budapest! The Struggle for Hungary, Autumn 1944. Stroud, UK: The History Press. ISBN 9780752466316. OCLC 782992486.
  3. ^ "33 new members join The Citadel faculty". Citadel News Service. August 26, 2008. Archived from the original on December 4, 2019. Retrieved February 18, 2015.
  4. ^ egli: "Book Review: David M. Glantz, Stumbling Colossus. The Red Army on the Eve of World War." Fronta.cz (9 September 2003); Ondík: "Book Review: David M. Glantz, Od Donu k Dněpru (Sovětská ofenziva prosinec 1942 - srpen 1943)." Fronta.cz (22 November 2003).
  5. ^ "Foreign Military Studies Office Publications - The Failures of Historiography: Forgotten Battles of the German-Soviet War (1941-1945)". March 2, 2008. Archived from the original on March 2, 2008. Retrieved April 24, 2020.
  6. ^ Haslam, Jonathan. "Book Review: David M. Glantz, Zhukov's Greatest Defeat: The Red Army's Epic Disaster in Operation Mars, 1942." The American Historical Review, Vol. 105, No. 4 (October 2000), 1426–1428.
  7. ^ "Samuel Eliot Morison Prize previous winners". Society for Military History. Retrieved December 25, 2017.
  8. ^ "Pritzker Military Museum & Library Announces 2020 Literature Award Recipient". globenewswire.com (Press release). July 22, 2020. Retrieved July 29, 2020.
  9. ^ "Glantz Wins 2020 Pritzker Literature Award". Publishers Weekly. July 22, 2020. Retrieved July 29, 2020.

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