k0nsl, you're a whimpering little coward who doesn't have the courage to put his name behind the garbage he produces. Now k0nsl is putting together some more lengthy slobbering to explain why his hiding in safe anonymity doesn't make him a coward. Right, k0nsl?
Vilsmaier's Stalingrad is also one of my favorite war movies. I especially like the attack on the factory and the battle against Soviet tanks in the snow. I also remember a scene in which one of the protagonists complained to some Nazi skunk (shot by German soldiers later in the film) about the treatment of Soviet prisoners of war, and another in which a German penal squad was forced (by the aforementioned Nazi skunk, IIRC) to shoot a group of Soviet civilians, including a boy they had previously befriended, who were claimed to be spies or saboteurs or partisans. I wouldn't be surprised if those were the "minor historical errors" that k0nsl refers to.