The war between Germany and the Soviets, or the Eastern Front as it is often referred to, is something that until recently has not gotten the attention it deserves. With the end of the Cold War, the Soviet archives were opened for scholarly study, and more complete histories of the Eastern Front could be written. These more complete histories have helped people take notice that the vast majority of German casualties were inflicted by the Soviets. This has led many scholars to declare the victory over Germany an almost exclusively Soviet endeavor, but it seems to me this is a case of the pendulum swinging too far in the opposite direction from the previous glossing over of the Soviet contribution to the war.
The video embedded below is the third episode of the series, which focuses on the German conquest of Crimea. It's an especially interesting one because it presents some of the missions carried out by the Soviet navy and air force. The Eastern Front is almost always presented as exclusively being a land war. It was interesting to see the contributions of the other branches of the Soviet armed forces, particularly the strategic bombing campaigns carried out by the Soviets against the Ploeisti oil fields. The strategic bombing campaigns carried out by America and Britain get a lot of attention. It was interesting to see how the Soviets carried out their own attacks, particularly against the Ploeisti, as the American Operation Tidal Wave against the oil fields always seems to get a lot of attention in WW2 histories.