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Stalingrad is the former name of Volgograd, a city in Russia.
Stalingrad may also refer to:
- Battle of Stalingrad, a 1942–1943 World War II battle, considered as the turning-point of the European theatre of the war
- Stalingrad Madonna, an artwork produced during the battle
- Stalingrad (1948 novel), by Theodor Plievier, and the two television adaptations of it
- Stalingrad (1943 film), a Soviet propaganda film
- Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever?, 1959 West German film
- Stalingrad (1989 film), a Soviet film
- Stalingrad (1993 film), a German film
- Stalingrad (2013 film), a Russian film
- Stalingrad (Eternal Flame album), 1988
- Stalingrad (Accept album), 2012
- Stalingrad (Paris Métro), a metro station in Paris, France
- Stalingrad (book), a 1998 non-fiction book by Antony Beevor
- Stalingrad-class battlecruiser, a cancelled Soviet dreadnought warship
- SS Stalingrad, a Soviet steamship active in the Arctic convoys, and sunk in 1942
- Stalingrad (wargame), a table top wargame, published by Avalon Hill in 1963
- Stalingrad (2005 video game), a real-time strategy computer game
- 2250 Stalingrad, an asteroid discovered in 1972 by Tamara Smirnova
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