By Alla Sacharow
Alla Sacharow's ardour for Russian cooking springs from her devotion to her fatherland. For this exact assortment she has assmebled 450 recipes, selected from between hundreds of thousands, and creates a culinary travel of her fatherland. greater than a hundred thirty full-color photographs illustrate the recipes and the artwork of presentation, and mirror either the Russian geographical region and Russian tradition.
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Com After the capture of Pyatigorsk, von Schweppenburg called a temporary halt to all offensive action by his XXXX Panzerkorps. The combat units were all out of fuel and the logistical support units were far to the rear, some as far back as the Manych River. Numerous pockets of Soviet troops had been bypassed during the heady pursuit, but now they threatened von Schweppenburg’s tenuous lines of communications. It was time to consolidate the conquered areas and replenish the troops for a deliberate advance, rather than continuing on with a couple of battalions of motorcycle infantry and some armoured cars.
Although the Brandenburgers were pinned down under heavy fire, when the sun rose at 0505 hours Stukas arrived overhead to suppress Soviet strongpoints and the first panzers arrived after crossing over the repaired railway bridge. Incredibly, Grabert’s Brandenburgers opened the causeway, but at the cost of 33 killed or missing and 54 wounded. Now that Heeresgruppe A had kicked open the doorway into the Caucasus, it was hopeless for Malinovsky’s weak forces to try and defend the area south of the Don.