Can Glantz focus his research on something else instead regurgitating again and again battles of Moscow, Rzhev, Kiev, Vyazma, Bryansk, Smolensk, Kharkov, Stalingrad, Leningrad, Kursk? Its been done to death with regards to these so-called huge battles in the Eastern Front
Glantz's earlier work on Soviet military history is pretty good such as those regarding Soviet military deception in WW2, Soviet deep operations theory, captured/fallen Soviet generals, Soviet offensive in Balkan and August Storm operations in Manchuria but lately I think he is becoming more like Franz Kurowski, churning out a number books on subjects which had been done to death such as Battle of Stalingrad and so on.
Even Robert Forzcyk, Frank Ellis and David Stahel are producing books on the history of Eastern Front that gave us new insight & perspectives on the war at the Eastern Front with Forzcyk on lesser known campaigns of the Eastern Front and Ellis/Stahel is writing more on politico-military history of the Eastern Front. In fact I like to point out that Ellis books on Stalingrad and Barbarossa utilized primary sources from BOTH Soviet and German archives