List Of Soviet Armies

  • List of ships of the Soviet Navy | Military Wiki | Fandom

    This is a list of ships and classes of the Soviet Navy. 1 Corvettes 2 Frigates 3 Gunboats 4 Destroyers 5 Cruisers 6 Amphibious assault 7 Battlecruisers 8 Battleships 9 Aircraft carriers/Aviation cruisers 10 Submarines 10.1 SS/SSK 10.2 SSB 10.3 SSG 10.4 SSA (Auxiliary) 10.5 SSN 10.6 SSBN 10.7...

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  • Leaders Throughout The History Of The Soviet Union ...

    Jan 08, 2019· In 1894, Nikita Khrushchev was born in Kalinovka, Russia. In 1918, Khrushchev joined the Communist Party and fought in the Red Army. Khrushchev rose quickly through the ranks of the Communist Party during the 1930s and '40s. Shortly after taking over the leadership of the Soviet Union from Malenkov, Khrushchev gave a speech where he denounced ...

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  • List of Soviet Army divisions 1989–91 - Wikipedia

    140 rows· This article is an (incomplete) listing of Soviet Ground Forces divisions in 1990, and …

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  • Armies of the Soviet Union – Warlord Games Ltd

    This book provides Bolt Action players with all of the information they need to field the military forces of the Soviet Union. From the bitter urban warfare of Stalingrad, through the Winter War against Finland and the final drive to Berlin, the detailed army lists provided in this supplement allow players to construct Soviet armies for any theatre and any year of the war.

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  • Polish–Soviet War - Wikipedia

    The Polish–Soviet War (14 February 1919 – 18 March 1921) was fought by the Second Polish Republic and Soviet Russia in the aftermath of World War I, on territories formerly held by the Russian Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.In newly independent (from November 1918) Poland, leading politicians of different orientations pursued the general expectation of restoring …

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  • 1st Panzer Army - Wikipedia

    The units of the Group closed the encirclement around the Soviet armies near Uman and near Kiev. After the fall of Kiev Panzer Group 1 was enlarged to become the 1st Panzer Army (on October 6, 1941) with Kleist still in command. The army captured Rostov, but was forced to retreat eight days later.

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  • 31st Army (Soviet Union) - Wikipedia

    Combat operations 1941. The 31st Army engaged the Germans on October 2, 1941, during Operation Typhoon.On October 6, it formed a task force under the command of Major General Polenov, and along with a task force from 19th Army under the command of Lieutenant General I. Boldin, was given the mission to break the enemy advance near 19th Army under the

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  • List of Soviet armies - WikiMili, The Best Wikipedia Reader

    May 23, 2020· List of Soviet armies Last updated May 23, 2020. An army, besides the generalized meanings of ‘a country's armed forces’ or its ‘land forces’, is a type of formation in militaries of various countries, including the Soviet Union.This article serves a central point of reference for Soviet armies without individual articles, and explains some of the differences between Soviet armies …

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  • Soviet Union (Different Alliances) | Alternative History ...

    Soviet Armies conquered Germany and Italy. Fascist government in France overthrew by popular revolt. 1940 - Soviet garrisons established in Germany, Italy, Britain and France. Red Army overthrow the Fascist government in Spain. 1941/1945 - Thanks to economic reforms, Soviet Union built massive gigantic armed forces with near 12 millions soldiers.

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  • Group of Soviet Forces in Germany - Wikipedia

    In January 1946, the 2nd Shock Army left the Soviet Zone. A month later, the 47th Army was disbanded, with its units withdrawn to the Soviet Union. In October the 5th Shock Army was disbanded. In 1947 the 3rd and 4th Guards Mechanized Divisions (Mobilization), former mechanized armies, arrived in the group from the Central Group of Forces.

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  • Cold War Gamer

    Sep 23, 2018· As the author puts it, the Western Nations experience of operations during WW2 was at a different order of Magnitude to the Soviet and points out that whilst the Western allies deployed some 3 Army Groups comprising 91 Divisions on a front of 400 km, in 1944 the Red Army had 10 fronts with 57 Armies and over 560 Divisions and Corps deployed on ...

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  • Category:Field armies of the Soviet Union - Wikipedia

    Pages in category "Field armies of the Soviet Union" The following 96 pages are in this category, out of 96 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

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  • Soviet Armies - Matrix Games

    Nov 16, 2019· Soviet Armies - 11/16/2019 6:43:56 PM jzardos. Posts: 638 Joined: 3/15/2011 Status: offline: I believe the Soviets can make armies, but how? Can't produce them so do you have to merge other units to get them? Why not be able to just produce them? thanks < …

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  • Mechanised corps (Soviet Union) | Military Wiki | Fandom

    List of Soviet Mechanised Corps [edit | edit source] The listing and data here are drawn from Keith E. Bonn, Slaughterhouse: Handbook of the Eastern Front, Aberjona Press, Bedford, PA, 2005, and V.I. Feskov et al., The Soviet Army during the Period of the Cold War, Tomsk University Press, Tomsk, 2004 (mostly pages 71–75).

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  • List of Soviet armies - Wikipedia

    May 23, 2020· List of Soviet armies Last updated May 23, 2020. An army, besides the generalized meanings of ‘a country's armed forces’ or its ‘land forces’, is a type of formation in militaries of various countries, including the Soviet Union.This article serves a central point of reference for Soviet armies without individual articles, and explains some of the differences between Soviet armies and ...

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  • Group of Soviet Forces in Germany | Military Wiki | Fandom

    The Group of Soviet Forces in Germany (1949–88) (Russian Группа советских войск в Германии, ГСВГ), also known as the Group of Soviet Occupation Forces in Germany (1945–49) and the Western Group of Forces (1988–94) were the troops of the Soviet Army in East Germany. The Soviet armies permanently stationed in Germany were the predominant land …

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  • How the Soviets Trapped the German 6th Army in Stalingrad ...

    Jun 19, 2020· The offensive was a disaster, costing the Russians almost 300,000 casualties and shattering five Soviet armies. As the Russians reeled from this latest defeat, preparations went forward for Blau ...

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  • Order of Battle Soviet Army World War 2 | Series ...

    Works (24) Titles. Order. Order of Battle Soviet Army World War 2 1941 June to September Operation Bararossa Volume 1 (Order of Battle Soviet Army World War 2, Volume 1) by Jean-Luc Marchand. 01. Order of Battle Soviet Army World War 2, Volume 02: 1941 October to December Operation Typhoon by Jean-Luc Marchand. 02.

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  • WW2 Army Units and Sizes | World War 2 Facts

    Oct 08, 2020· When studying World War 2, a common question that arises is what exactly each army group or unit name means? This question arises a fair bit with readers of WorldWar2Facts.org, so we have compiled a table to help explain what the unit or group names mean, what units made up larger WW2 army units, the rough size of the unit, and what rank of …

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  • 1 Hour of Soviet Communist Music - YouTube

    Aug 19, 2019· 00:00 - Государственный гимн Советского Союза (State Anthem of the Soviet Union) - Alexandrov Ensemble03:41 - Интернационал (The Internationale ...

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  • List of Soviet Union divisions | Military Wiki | Fandom

    The Soviet Union's Red Army raised divisions during the Russian Civil War, and again during the interwar period from 1926. Few of the Civil War divisions were retained into this period, and even fewer survived the reorganisation of the Red Army during the 1937–1941 period. During the Second World War 400 'line' rifle divisions (infantry), 129 Soviet Guards rifle divisions, and …

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  • Red Army | Facts, History, & Size | Britannica

    Red Army, Soviet army created by the Communist government after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. Political advisers called commissars were attached to all army units to watch over the reliability of officers and to carry out political propaganda among the troops. The name Red Army was abandoned in 1946.

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  • Panzers at the Gates of Moscow - Warfare History Network

    Jul 21, 2016· The new armies lacked significant armor, but Zhukov planned to use them to pull the steel fangs out of Bock’s panzer divisions. Soviet counterattacks began on December 5 at the north end of the line, east of Klin, where the Third Panzer Army deployed three panzer and two motorized infantry divisions. Col. Gen.

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  • (PDF) Russian military weekly downplays the Uzbek and ...

    04/08/2015 Russian military weekly downplays the Uzbek and other post­Soviet armies’ potential Russian military weekly downplays the Uzbek and other post­ Soviet armies’ potential Monday, 01 July 2013 11:33 Written by Zabikhulla S. Saipov TASHKENT (TCA) — A Russian weekly, VPK — Voenno­promyshlenniy kur’yer (military industrial courier), in its last issue of May, carried a …

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  • Soviet Air Forces | Military Wiki | Fandom

    The Soviet Air Force as well as the Soviet aircraft industry would eventually learn from these combat experiences, though not before the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941. On 1 January 1941, six months prior to Operation Barbarossa , the Air Forces of the Soviet Red Army had 363,900 serving personnel, accounting for 8.65% of all ...

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