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Free eBook Russo-German War, Autumn 1941: Defeat of Barbarossa/No 27 download ISBN: 0941052826
Author: W. Victor Madeja
Publisher: Game Book Marketing Co (February 1, 1989)
Language: English
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Infanterie Division, p65. ^ W. Victor Madeja, Russo-German War, Autumn 1941: Defeat of. Game Book Marketing Co. ISBN 978-0941052825. Haupt, Werner (31 May 2005). Victor Madeja, Russo-German War, Autumn 1941: Defeat of Barbarossa/No 27, pp. 16–18. Walter Schelm & Dr Hans Mehrle, Die Geschichte der 215. Infanterie Division, p 70. ^ David M. Glantz, The Battle for Leningrad, 1941-1944, pp. 162–3.

Russo-German War, Autumn 1941. Defeat of Barbarossa/No 27. by W. Published February 1989 by Valor Publishing Company.

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It was the beginning of Hitler's Operation Barbarossa, one of the most brutal campaigns in the history of warfare. Four years later, the victorious Red Army has suffered a loss of seven million lives. Four years later, the victorious Red Army has suffered a loss of seven million lives

W. On Friday, 27 June 1941, the Council of Deputies of the Leningrad administration organised "First response groups" of civilians

W. On Friday, 27 June 1941, the Council of Deputies of the Leningrad administration organised "First response groups" of civilians. In the next days, Leningrad's civilian population was informed of the danger and over a million citizens were mobilised for the construction of fortifications. Several lines of defences were built along the city's perimeter to repulse hostile forces approaching from north and south by means of civilian resistance.

Russo-German War, Autumn 1941: Defeat of Barbarossa. Nafziger, George F. (31 Mar 2000). Wendel, Marcus (2004). 61. Infanterie-Division. Retrieved 10 May 2005.