As someone who likes reading about the Eastern Front/Great Patriotic War I am often struck by the differences in it and the other theaters of war in terms of information available and discussions that start on the subject. Even on this forum you will see threads on the Western Front about specific Units at a certain time, for example perhaps about a British/US Unit defending a particular village or Sapper's account of Kettenturn bridge. However when you look at the Eastern Front sub-forum you are more likelly to see threads from a much broader/Strategic view. This is not a criticism of either, merely that there appears to be a difference. I know that for years we were dependent on the German viewpoint and that any material was subject to bias, by either side. We now have greater access to Soviet Archival material, which does help. Does anyone else notice this?