Vasily Grossman (1905–1965) was a Jewish-Ukrainian writer and journalist. During World War II he worked as a war correspondent for the Red Army newspaper, documenting the battles of Moscow, Berlin, and Stalingrad, as well as the horrors of Treblinka and other Nazi extermination camps. His is best known for his novels Life and Fate and Everything Flows.
“But There Has Been a Catastrophe”: On Vasily Grossman’s “Stalingrad”
Philip Ó Ceallaigh searches for truth behind the censorship of “Stalingrad,” the epic novel by Vasily Grossman, translated by Robert and Elizabeth Chandler....