The Red Army in WWII

The book will be an essential reference guide for any serious enthusiast of World War II. 300 colour and b/w photographs

Author: David Porter

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ISBN: 1906626529

Category: World War, 1939-1945

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With extensive organizational diagrams and campaign maps showing the disposition of units 'Order of Battle - The Red Army in World War II' shows the strengths and organizational structures of the Red Army's ground forces campaign by campaign, building into a detailed compendium of information.
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Red Army Order of Battle in WWII April to June 1942

The purpose of this FRONTOVIK is to reflect the structure and deployment of the Red Army from January to March 1942. This work is part of a global montly study from June 1941 to September 1945.

Author: Maximino Argüelles Martínez

Publisher: Maximino Argüelles Martínez

ISBN: 9780244785048

Category: History

Page: 268

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FRONTOVIK was the name that the veterans who served in the Soviet Armed Forces across the Great Patiotic War, between 1941 and 1945, were knowed. The purpose of this FRONTOVIK is to reflect the structure and deployment of the Red Army from January to March 1942. This work is part of a global montly study from June 1941 to September 1945. The main sources for this study were the documents published by the Department of Military History of the Ministry of Defence of the Soviet Union in 1966, containing data from January 1 to December 1, 1941, and the works of Colonel David M. Glantz, along with numerous secondary sources. All the images, illustrations, tactical symbols and maps were made by the author as a personal tribute to the veterans that served in those units.
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German Order of Battle Panzer Panzer Grenadier and Waffen SS divisions in World War II

These three definitive volumes cover the German ground forces that swept across Europe with such ruthless efficiency in 1939 and 1940 and battled the Allies around the globe until the bitter end in 1945.

Author: Samuel W. Mitcham

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811734387

Category: History

Page: 301

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These three definitive volumes cover the German ground forces that swept across Europe with such ruthless efficiency in 1939 and 1940 and battled the Allies around the globe until the bitter end in 1945. Taken together, these volumes are the most comprehensive and accessible reference available on the Germany Army in World War II, unmatched in the information compiled on each division from inception to destruction.
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German Order of Battle 1st 290th Infantry divisions in World War II

These three definitive volumes cover the German ground forces that swept across Europe with such ruthless efficiency in 1939 and 1940 and battled the Allies around the globe until the bitter end in 1945.

Author: Samuel W. Mitcham

Publisher: Stackpole Military History

ISBN: STANFORD:36105133409693

Category: History

Page: 352

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These three definitive volumes cover the German ground forces that swept across Europe with such ruthless efficiency in 1939 and 1940 and battled the Allies around the globe until the bitter end in 1945. Taken together, these volumes are the most comprehensive and accessible reference available on the Germany Army in World War II, unmatched in the information compiled on each division from inception to destruction.
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German Order of Battle 291st 999th Infantry divisions named infantry divisions and special divisions in World War II

These three definitive volumes cover the German ground forces that swept across Europe with such ruthless efficiency in 1939 and 1940 and battled the Allies around the globe until the bitter end in 1945.

Author: Samuel W. Mitcham

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811734370

Category: History

Page: 375

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These three definitive volumes cover the German ground forces that swept across Europe with such ruthless efficiency in 1939 and 1940 and battled the Allies around the globe until the bitter end in 1945. Taken together, these volumes are the most comprehensive and accessible reference available on the Germany Army in World War II, unmatched in the information compiled on each division from inception to destruction.
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World War Ii Middle East Theatre

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Author: Source Wikipedia

Publisher: University-Press.org

ISBN: 1230588191

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 83. Chapters: East African Campaign, Anglo-Iraqi War, Syria-Lebanon Campaign, Palestine Railways, Battle of Keren, Order of Battle, East African Campaign, Trans-Iranian Railway, Iraqforce, Middle East Theatre of World War II, Anglo-Soviet invasion of Iran, Farhud, Fliegerfuhrer Irak, Persian Corridor, Red Sea Flotilla, Army of the Levant, Balkans Campaign, Syria-Lebanon Campaign order of battle, Free Belgian Forces, 1941 Iraqi coup d'etat, Battle of Damascus, Battle of Deir ez-Zor, Fuhrer Directive No. 30, Persian Gulf Command, Battle of Kissoue, Battle of Palmyra, Battle of Damour, Golden Square, Battle of Merdjayoun, Bombing of Palestine in World War II, Battle of the Litani River, Bombing of Bahrain in World War II, Paris Protocols, Battle of Beirut, Battle of Jezzine. Excerpt: The East African Campaign was a series of battles fought in East Africa during World War II by the British Empire, the British Commonwealth of Nations and several allies against the forces of Italy from June 1940 to November 1941. Under the leadership of the British Middle East Command, British allied forces involved consisted not only of regular British troops, but also many recruits from British Commonwealth nations (Sudan, British Somaliland, British East Africa, the Indian Empire, South Africa, Northern Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia, Nyasaland, British West Africa, as well as the British Mandate of Palestine). In addition to the British and Commonwealth forces, there were Ethiopian irregular forces, Free French forces, and Free Belgian forces. The Italian forces included Italian nationals, East African colonials (Eritreans, Abyssinians, and Somali Dubats), and a small number of German volunteers (the German Motorized Company). The majority of the Italian forces were East African colonials led by Italian officers. Fighting began with the Italian...
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Red Army Order of Battle in the WWII June to December 1941

This work is part of a global montly study from June 1941 to September 1945.The main sources for this study were the documents published by the Department of Military History of the Ministry of Defence of the Soviet Union in 1963, ...

Author: Maximino Argüelles Martínez

Publisher: Maximino Argüelles

ISBN: 9780244704636

Category: History

Page: 370

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FRONTOVIK was the name that the veterans who served in the Soviet Armed Forces across the Great Patiotic War, between 1941 and 1945, were knowed. The purpose of this FRONTOVIK is to reflect the structure and deployment of the Red Army throughout the year 1941. This work is part of a global montly study from June 1941 to September 1945.The main sources for this study were the documents published by the Department of Military History of the Ministry of Defence of the Soviet Union in 1963, containing data from June 22 to December 1, 1941, and the works of Colonel David M. Glantz, along with numerous secondary sources. All the images, illustrations, tactical symbols and maps were made by the author as a personal tribute to the veterans that served in those units.
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Red Army Order of Battle in WWII January to March 1942

FRONTOVIK 08 10 Red Army order of battle in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945
Maximino Argüelles Martínez ... "School of Battle" Soviet order of battle Vol II,
Charles C. Sharp - Russia's War, Richard Overy - Red Army Handbook 1939-
1945, ...

Author: Maximino Argüelles Martínez

Publisher: Maximino Argüelles Martínez

ISBN: 9780244463069

Category: History

Page: 226

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FRONTOVIK was the name that the veterans who served in the Soviet Armed Forces across the Great Patiotic War, between 1941 and 1945, were knowed. The purpose of this FRONTOVIK is to reflect the structure and deployment of the Red Army from January to March 1942. This work is part of a global montly study from June 1941 to September 1945. The main sources for this study were the documents published by the Department of Military History of the Ministry of Defence of the Soviet Union in 1966, containing data from January 1 to December 1, 1941, and the works of Colonel David M. Glantz, along with numerous secondary sources. All the images, illustrations, tactical symbols and maps were made by the author as a personal tribute to the veterans that served in those units.
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Red Army Order of Battle in the Great Patriotic War

Author: Albert Z. Conner

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ISBN: UOM:39015011688697

Category: Political Science

Page: 408

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2 Verdenskrig. Sovjetunionens hær. Troppeinddeling/Order of Battle for den sovjetrussiske hær under "Den Store Fædrelandskrig" 1941 -1945. I værket beskrives de sovjetrussiskearmeer, korps og divisioner.
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Stalingrad Battle Atlas Volume II

This new edition of the Stalingrad Battle Atlas series thus benefits from the most substantial set of available wartime documents.

Author: Anton Joly

Publisher: StalData Publications

ISBN: 9791093222059

Category: History

Page: 434

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The New 2017 Revised Edition has been awarded the APMC Cultural Price at the Salon de l'Histoire in Paris. “We realized that the decisive battle had come and if we can survive it the Germans were unlikely to muster such powerful forces again." Thus wrote Lieutenant-General Vasily Chuikov, 62nd Army's Commander, about 14 October 1942. As hundreds of tons of steel where hurled against the Soviet defenders, the Germans unleashed a critical onslaught in what they perceived as their D-day for Stalingrad. This same day Hitler issued the winter standby directive to his troops on the eastern front. It read: "This year's summer and fall campaign, excepting the operations currently under way and several local offensives still contemplated, has been concluded." As for the "operations currently under way" 6th Army was ordered not only to continue, but also to strengthen its offensive. Although badly depleted for the most part, the divisions mustered by both sides in the industrial district of the city still embodied a considerable fighting potential. With regard to density, seldom in the history of wars such a small territory was contested by such a quantity of manpower, artillery and aircraft. After the equivalent of a full month of combats within the city, the culminating point was about to be reached. Towards mid- October, after having completed a restructuration of his attacking forces, Paulus moved the most able formations into line, expecting the entire front to collapse in the northern sector of Stalingrad, then to finish off 62nd Army's truncated remnants with an enveloping maneuver along the Volga, as was his intent from the beginning. The second volume of the "Stalingrad Battle Atlas" series covers 35 days of fighting within the city. It presents essential strategic and tactical information, including recently released archival data, and features specific maps for each day of active operations during this period. Synthesizing an extremely wide range of documents and information sources, this chronological atlas seeks to reach the maximal degree of precision in describing historical reality, rendering it through a standardized set of instruments: timeline, orders of battle, unit strength returns, tactical and strategic situation maps, contextual photos, quotes from key actors. It can be used as a reference manual for searchers, as well as a guide for those who want to know the basics: Who, When, Where. In 2015 the Russian Federal Archive Agency, in cooperation with the Ministry of Defense, the Russian Historical Society and the German Historical Institute in Moscow publicly released large archival funds of Soviet and German records. This new edition of the Stalingrad Battle Atlas series thus benefits from the most substantial set of available wartime documents. Main features: o Latest available documents from archives o Tactical & Strategic Maps o Order of Battle & Strength Returns 432 pages A new perspective of the legendary battle on the Volga
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Bloody Triangle

The Bloody Triangle details this titanic clash, which is one of the most important but little-known battles of World War II. This book gives an account of the epic battle, from the early planning when German intelligence determined the ...

Author: Victor Kamenir

Publisher: Zenith Imprint

ISBN: 076033434X

Category: History

Page: 322

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The first in-depth account of one of the great tank battles of WWII, when more than 2000 German and Soviet tanks met in northwestern Ukraine in 1941.
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THE ORGANIZATION AND ORDER OF BATTLE OF MILITARIES IN WORLD WAR II

Sharp, Charles C. Soviet Order of Battle, World War II, Volume 1, “The Deadly
Beginning” - Soviet Tank, Mechanized, Motorized Division and Tank ... The
French Army 1939-1940, Organisation: Order of Battle : Operational History,
Volume 1.

Author: Charles D. Pettibone

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781490733869

Category: History

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There are numerous Order of Battle books on the market. So what makes this one so special? Why should one decide on this particular book? Most Order of Battle books usually deal only with the division and corps level of a country's army. Most higher commands are not covered. This book deals with all the branches of a country's military, giving a breakdown of all the major echelons of command, from theater down to brigade, under each component (army group, armies, corps, division, and brigade), and the equivalent command structure for the other military branches are included. Second, it attempts to give an overall command structure of the country's military, showing the central headquarters command structure as well as the major components (army groups, armies, corps, etc.) Third, most Order of Battle books list the commanders and their dates of tenure. This book includes those but also lists their next duty assignments or where they went after leaving the post. One can literally trace a general officer's career through the upper echelons of command, making this completely different from all the other Order of Battle books on the market.
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