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vii Maps, Illustrations, and Tables Maps 1 Theater of Operations xvi 2 The Soviet-Finnish War 18 3 Threat Assessment and Deployment Plan, October 1940 46 4 Summer–Fall Campaign (1), 22 June–30 September 1941 58 5 Soviet Dispositions on 31 July 1941 and Reinforcements to 31 December 1941 80 6 Kiev Encirclement 94 7 Summer–Fall Campaign (2), 1 October–December 1941 103 8 Winter Campaign, December 1941–April 1942 109 9 Summer–Fall Campaign, May–October 1942 132 10 Crimea, 1942 136 11 Soviet Dispositions on 30 April 1942 and Reinforcements to 31 December 1942 139 12 Winter Campaign, November 1942–March 1943 173 13 Soviet Counteroffensives at Stalingrad 177 14 Operation Mars 181 15 February 1943 Battles against Army Group Center 191 16 Soviet Defensive Actions in the Battle of Kursk, 5–23 July 1943 213 17 Summer–Fall Campaign, June–December 1943 223 18 Winter Campaign, December 1943–April 1944 241 19 The Situation in the Tirgu Frumos and Iasi Sectors, 30 April 1944 251 20 The Soviet Leningrad-Novgorod Offensive, January–April 1944 254 21 Summer–Fall Campaign, June–October 1944 258 22 Belorussian Operation, June–August 1944 263 23 Soviet Advance through the Balkans, Fall of 1944 285 24 Winter Campaign to April 1945 305 25 Vienna Offensive 323 26 Berlin Operation I, 16–19 April 1945 333 27 Berlin Operation II, 19–25 April 1945 337 28 Berlin Operation III, 25 April–8 May 1945 339 29 Assault on Berlin, 21 April–5 May 1945 340 30 Manchurian Operation, August 1945 350 viii Lists of Maps, Illustrations, and Tables Illustrations Illustrations follow page 151 “Under the banner of Lenin, forward to victory!” “The Motherland calls!” Chiefs of the Red Army Marshal of the Soviet Union G. K. Zhukov General of the Army N. F. Vatutin Marshal of the Soviet Union I. S. Konev and Lieutenant General M. V. Zakharov Marshal of the Soviet Union R. Ia. Malinovsky Marshal of the Soviet Union K. K. Rokossovsky General of the Army I. Kh. Bagramian General of the Army I. D. Cherniakhovsky Lieutenant General P. A. Rotmistrov and his staff Surviving Soviet front commanders at war’s end Colonel M. T. Leonov and his brigade staff Soviet Shturmovik aircraft in action Red Army “Katiusha” multiple-rocket launchers firing during the Battle of Kursk Soviet T-34 tanks in the attack Attacking Soviet infantry Soviet infantry assault Soviet tanks and infantry assault a village Soviet tank column enters a city Soviet tank and infantry assault Soviet tank assault with infantry onboard tanks Soviet forces crossing the Dnepr Soviet attack on a German column A defeated German soldier German prisoners of war in the streets of Moscow “Glory to the Red Army!” Tables In the Text: 3-1 General Order of Battle of Opposing Forces, June 1941 35 8-1 Opposing Orders of Battle, July 1942 140 9-1 Soviet Strength at the Beginning of the Stalingrad Counteroffensive 176 9-2 Soviet Casualties at Stalingrad, 19 November 1942– 2 February 1943 186 Lists of Maps, Illustrations, and Tables ix 11-1 Correlation of Combat Forces, Battle of Kursk 217 13-1 Force Ratios at Start of Operation Bagration, 22 June 1944 265 15-1 Order of Battle, Vistula-Oder Operation 309 16-1 Count of Enemy Losses and Trophies by Soviet Fronts (Berlin Operation) 341 In the Appendix: A Composition of Opposing Forces, 22 June 1941 365 B Comparative Strengths of Opposing Forces, 22 June 1941 367 C Soviet Armies Destroyed or Disbanded in 1941 369 D Soviet Armies Mobilized in 1941 370 E Soviet Weapons Production, 22 June–31 December 1941 371 F The Correlation of Forces Opposite the Western Front’s Armies on 15 November 1941 372 G The Correlation of Forces along the Kalinin, Western, and Southwestern Fronts’ Main Attack Axes on 6 December 1941 373 H Soviet Armies Mobilized or Redesignated in 1942 375 I Soviet Armies Destroyed or Disbanded in 1942 378 J Soviet Armies Mobilized or Redesignated in 1943 379 K Soviet Armies Destroyed or Disbanded in 1943 380 L Soviet Armies Mobilized or Redesignated in 1944 and 1945 381 M Soviet Armies Disbanded in 1944 and 1945 382 N Comparative Strengths of Combat Forces, Soviet-German Front, 1941–1945 383 O Wehrmacht Casualties in World War II 390 P Red Army and Air Force Personnel Losses, 22 June 1941– 9 May 1945 391 Q Soviet Wartime Strength and Losses 393 R Soviet Weapons Production, Strength, and Losses, 1941–1945 400...

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ISBN
9780700621521
Related ISBN
9780700621217
MARC Record
OCLC
923132453
Pages
568
Launched on MUSE
2015-10-13
Language
English
Open Access
No
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