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Battle Of Dukla Pass
1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–Novgorod Narva Crimea 1st Jassy–Kishinev Karelia Bagration Lvov and Sandomierz Doppelkopf 2nd Jassy–Kishinev Dukla
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Eastern Front (World War II)
Soviet victory Soviet Union
Soviet Union
occupies Central, Eastern, Northeastern and Southeastern Europe and establishes pro-Soviet communist puppet governments in countries including Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and East Germany. Establishment of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia. Beginning of the Cold War
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Battle Of The Kerch Peninsula
Transcaucasian Front Crimean Front44th Army 47th Army 51st ArmySeparate Coastal Army VVS-Crimean Front Black Sea FleetStrength8 May 1942:5 infantry divisions 1 armoured division 200 tanks[1] 57 assault guns[2] 800+ aircraft[3]2 infantry divisions 1 infantry brigade 8 May 1942: 249,800 men[4] 404 aircraft[3]Casualties and losses38,362Breakdown Kerch
Kerch
losses:21 December – 31 December: 6,654 men[5]1,108 killed 5,287 wounded 259 missingJanuary 1942 – April 1942: 24,120 men[6]8 May 1942 – 19 May 1942: 7,588 men[7]
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Battle Of Kiev (1941)
A battle is a combat in warfare between two or more armed forces, or combatants. A war sometimes consists of many battles. Battles generally are well defined in duration, area, and force commitment.[1] A battle with only limited engagement between the forces and without decisive results is sometimes called a skirmish. Wars and military campaigns are guided by strategy, whereas battles take place on a level of planning and execution known as operational mobility.[2] German strategist Carl von Clausewitz
Carl von Clausewitz
stated that "the employment of battles ..
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Soviet Evacuation Of Tallinn
1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn
Tallinn
disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–
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Siege Of Leningrad
Soviet victorySoviets lift siege and repel Nazis from LeningradBelligerents Germany  Finland[1][2]  Italy[3]  Soviet UnionCommanders and leaders W. Ritter von Leeb Georg von Küchler C.G.E
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Battle Of The Sea Of Azov
Army Group South 11th Army 1st Panzer Army Southern FrontCasualties and losses12,421 men (21 September–10 October)[1]2,456 killed 9,699 wounded 266 missing106,332 men captured[2] 212 tanks destroyed or captured[2] 772 guns captured[2]v t eEastern FrontNaval warfareBaltic Sea Black Sea Arctic Ocean1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–Novgorod Nar
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First Battle Of Kharkov
1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–Novgorod Narva Crimea 1st Jassy–Kishinev Karelia Bagration Lvov and Sandomierz Doppelkopf 2nd Jassy–Kishinev Dukla Pass Baltic Belgrade Debrecen Petsamo and Kirkenes Courland Gumbinnen Budapest1945Vistula and Oder East Prussia Silesia Solstice East Pomerania Lake Balaton Vienna Bratislava-Brno Berlin Prague German capitulationv t eOperation Barbarossa


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Siege Of Sevastopol (1941–42)
June–July 1942:[3] 35,866 men 78 guns 31 aircraft[4] 27,4124,264 killed 21,626 wounded 1,522 missing 8,4541,597 killed 6,571 wounded 277 missing30 October 1941 – 4 July 1942: 200,481 men[5]156,880 killed or captured 43,601 wounded or sickJune–July 1942: 118,000 men[3]95,000 captured (one-third wounded) 5,000 wounded at least 18,000 killedv t eEastern FrontNaval warfareBaltic Sea Black Sea Arctic Ocean1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1s
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Battle Of Rostov (1941)
Army Group South 1st Panzer ArmyCasualties and losses33,000 (17 November–2 December)[1]4,316 men (11 November–30 November)[2]733 killed 3,396 wounded 187 missingv t eEastern FrontNaval warfareBaltic Sea Black Sea Arctic Ocean1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–Novgorod Narva Crimea 1st Jassy–Kishinev Karelia Bagration Lvov and Sandomierz Doppelkopf
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Bombing Of Gorky In World War II
Military losses: 28 Civilian losses: 590[1]v t eEastern FrontNaval warfareBaltic Sea Black Sea Arctic Ocean1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–Novgorod Narva Crimea 1st Jassy–Kishinev Karelia Bagration Lvov and Sandomierz Doppelkopf 2nd Jassy–Kishinev Dukla Pass Baltic Belgrade Debrecen Petsamo and Kirkenes Courland Gumbinnen Budapest1945Vistula and Oder East Prussia Sile
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Battle Of Moscow
1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–Novgorod Narva Crimea 1st Jassy–Kishinev Karelia Bagration Lvov and Sandomierz Doppelkopf 2nd Jassy–Kishinev Dukla Pass Baltic Belgrade Debrecen Petsamo and Kirkenes Courland Gumbinnen Budapest1945Vistula and Oder East Prussia Silesia Solstice East Pomerania Lake Balaton Vienna Bratislava-Brno Berlin Prague German capitulationv t eOperation Barbarossa


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Continuation War
1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–Novgorod Narva Crimea 1st Jassy–Kishinev Karelia Bagration Lvov and Sandomierz Doppelkopf 2nd Jassy–Kishinev Dukla Pass Baltic Belgrade Debrecen Petsamo and Kirkenes Courland Gumbinnen Budapest1945Vistula and Oder East Prussia Silesia Solstice East Pomerania Lake Balaton Vienna Bratislava-Brno Berlin Prague German capitulationv t e
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1940–44 Insurgency In Chechnya
Soviet victoryDeportation of Chechens and IngushesBelligerentsProvisional Popular Revolutionary Government of Chechnya-Ingushetia Supported by: Germany (1942)   Soviet Union
Soviet Union
(58th Army, NKVD)Commanders and leadersKhasan Israilov † Mairbek Sheripov † Lt
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Battle Of Uman
1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd Smolensk Dnieper1944Dnieper–Carpathian Leningrad–Novgorod Narva Crimea 1st Jassy–Kishinev Karelia Bagration Lvov and Sandomierz Doppelkopf 2nd Jassy–Kishinev Dukla Pass Baltic Belgrade Debrecen Petsamo and Kirkenes Courland Gumbinnen Budapest1945Vistula and Oder East Prussia Silesia Solstice East Pomerania Lake Balaton Vienna Bratislava-Brno Berlin Prague German capitulationv t eOperation Barbarossa


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Lyuban Offensive Operation
Army Group North18th ArmyVolkhov Front2nd Shock Army 52nd Army 59th ArmyLeningrad Front54th ArmyStrengthUnknown 7 January: 325,700 men[1]Casualties and losses56,768 men[2]11,642 killed 43,869 wounded 1,257 missing308,367 men[1]95,064 killed or captured 213,303 wounded or sickv t eEastern FrontNaval warfareBaltic Sea Black Sea Arctic Ocean1941BarbarossaBrest Białystok and Minsk Baltic Brody Bessarabia Smolensk Uman Odessa 1st Kiev Tallinn disaster Leningrad Sea of Azov 1st Kharkov Sevastopol Rostov Gorky MoscowFinland Kerch Chechnya1942Lyuban Barvenkovo and Lozovaya Rzhev Toropets and Kholm Demyansk Kholm 2nd Kharkov Case Blue Caucasus Rzhev, Summer 1942 Sinyavino Stalingrad Velikiye Luki Mars Little Saturn1943Iskra Ostrogozhsk–Rossosh Polar Star 3rd Kharkov Bombing of Gorky Kursk 1st Donbass Tidal Wave 2nd Donbass 2nd
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