Table of contents for 800 days on the Eastern Front : a Russian soldier remembers World War II / Nikolai Litvin ; translated and edited by Stuart Britton.

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@fmct:Contents
@toc4:List of Illustrations
@toc4:Editor's Note
@toc2:Chapter 1: I Become an Airborne Soldier
@toc3:The Outbreak of War
@toc3:I Volunteer for the Airborne
@toc3:The Northwestern Front: Demiansk and Staraia Rusa
@toc2:Chapter 2: Kursk
@toc3:Defensive Preparations
@toc3:The Battle Begins and My Wounding
@toc2:Chapter 3: Pursuit
@toc3:Operation Kutuzov
@toc3:Drive to the Dnepr River
@toc3:Gaivoron
@toc3:Crossing the Dnepr River
@toc2:Chapter 4: I Become a Chauffeur
@toc3:A Close Call
@toc3:The Sudden Death of a Comrade
@toc3:At the Repair Station
@toc3:My Second Wounding and Another Transfer
@toc2:Chapter 5: Operation Bagration
@toc3:My Violation of Duty and Punishment
@toc3:Operation Bagration Begins
@toc3:We Lead the Attack on Parichi
@toc3:Slaughter at Bobruisk
@toc2:Chapter 6: Into Poland with the 354th Rifle Division
@toc3:An Unwanted Duty
@toc3:Transferred Again
@toc3:Kleshcheli and Avgustinka
@toc3:The Narev Bridgehead
@toc3:The Counterattack on the Narev
@toc3:Major Chirkin Intercedes
@toc3:With the 354th Rifle Division's Commander, V. N. Dzhandzhgava
@toc2:Chapter 7: The Final Offensive
@toc3:Forward!
@toc3:At the Animal Husbandry Farm
@toc3:Graudenz and the Vistula
@toc3:At the Count's Estate
@toc3:To Danzig
@toc3:Danzig
@toc3:The Destruction of the East Prussian Group
@toc3:To Stettin
@toc3:The Final Assault Begins
@toc3:The War's End
@toc3:My Arrest and Postwar Life
@toc4:Notes
@toc4:Selected Bibliography
@toc4:Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Eastern Front.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Soviet.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Veterans -- Soviet Union -- Biography.
Litvin, Nikolai.