I mentioned a few weeks ago that my military history reading (mostly WW2) has changed quite a bit over the last few years.
There are only so many books I can read about Barbarossa, Market Garden, Anzio, etc. I was starting to actually get bored of the subject. So I decided to begin to read “niche” books like memoirs, biographies, or books that specialized on one tiny subject. This not only opened my eyes to a lot of things, but made WW2 in particular more colorful.
To that end, I am trying to find a book about Pavlov’s House. Most books I have seen only give it a cursory mention, but you would think that someone, somewhere has written a complete text about this insane subplot in one of the most horrific battles of the 20th century, Stalingrad. My Amazon-fu is very strong, but hardly a mention there. My Google-fu is also pretty strong, but maybe someone has stronger Google-fu than myself.
Any help is appreciated and heck, if nobody can find a book on this, I just may have found myself a topic to write a book on.