In case you were not aware, you can also find that particular publication/ map set on the Library of Congress website, and it is available for download there. The primary benefit in my mind (as opposed to the email that gent sends out) is that you can choose a certain quality of download. I.E., you can choose a super high resolution d/l of 300mb per map. While maybe not practical (in terms of h/d space), if you would like to zoom in with very clear detail, then this is the one for you, you can see all the map details/ place names/ unit designations quite crisply. The one that gent sends you is a lower quality resolution that gets blurry when you zoom in.
D/Ling the 120 or so maps at 300 mb per map is somewhat tedious, but I have made my way through the June 21, map to August 01. Even though you cannot necessarily rely on the soviet unit location/ designations, the German daily dispositions indicated seem somewhat reliable.
Also, historically, the document is interesting. Was this being compiled daily? Who was in charge of making it. The document's last map entry is Dec. 06, however even before then the maps had already been stopped being produced every day (unlike July, Aug, Sept,) when it was probably realized that this adventure had turned into a nightmare.
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