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WWII Non fiction

I have to write a paper on the significance of the Eastern front in World War Two, and I'm wondering if anyone rec some creditable non-fiction, focusing on the impact of the Battle of Moscow, Stalingrad etc. on the Russian and German army. Nothing that's a magnum opus, hopefully, but something that's a good authority on the subject.
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