In the liner notes for Stewart's collection Past, Present and Future
, he wrote: The German Invasion of Russia, on the 22nd June 1941, was on of the greatest single events in the history of the world. The hero of 'Roads to Moscow' fights his way first backwards towards Moscow, and then all the way to Berlin, only to be imprisoned by Stalin, as were incalculable millions of others at the end of the Second World War. General Guderian, the Panzer Leader, was incidentally perhaps the most imaginative of the early German Commanders, and his lightning drives across Poland and France had created the basis for mush of the German Army's reputation of invincibility. He was also the only German General to argue with Hitler, during the latter's frequent harangues.
Greg - Shelbyville, KY