Hello, I have a question about how the frontlines inside Stalingrad were changing after the launch of Operation Uranus on 19 november '42. I have a detailed map in a German book showing how the Germans were pushing ever further inside Stalingrad from mid september till 18 november '42. The next map in that book is a bit more close-up of 25 january '43. I'de like to know how the frontlines shifted from 19 november '42 till the end on 2 february '43. All I can find is "bitter fighting", "German forces being pushing inside the city center" and "German forces being cut up into southern and the smaller northern pocket". Were they still pushing into the city parts that had been in Sovjet hands till then? Were there any succesful counterattacks? I've found yet only this map when searching for Operation Ring: I don't speak any word of Russian, but it sure looks like Stalingrad on 9, 12, 20, 23, 28, 29 january '43. It doesn't show any German advances inside the city itself, yet it also looks like there is no more northern pocket after 28 january?