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Leningrad-Novgorod strategic offensive early 1944

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Leningrad-Novgorod strategic offensive early 1944

Postby Sarogin on 06 Oct 2007 22:10

I am looking for a Soviet Order of Battle, specifically around the Narva Bridgehead. Can anyone help me out?

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Re: Leningrad-Novgorod strategic offensive early 1944

Postby AMVAS on 07 Oct 2007 18:39

Sarogin wrote:I am looking for a Soviet Order of Battle, specifically around the Narva Bridgehead. Can anyone help me out?

Thanks!


OOB you can find for example here:
http://www.tashv.nm.ru/BoevojSostavSA/1 ... 40101.html (Jan 1)
http://www.tashv.nm.ru/BoevojSostavSA/1 ... 40201.html (Feb 1)

Converting of Russian abbreviations into English can be done using my file
http://www.rkkaww2.armchairgeneral.com/ ... B_abbr.doc

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Postby Sarogin on 07 Oct 2007 22:32

Thank you so much! I will sit down with your document and see what I can translate.
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Postby AMVAS on 08 Oct 2007 05:47

Sarogin wrote:Thank you so much! I will sit down with your document and see what I can translate.


welcome :wink:
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Postby Sarogin on 26 Oct 2007 23:42

Hello

In Feb. 1944 the Second Shock Army has a listing under Armoured and Mechanized for:

30 гв. тбр, 46 гв.,

According to the abbreviation sheet, the first is Guards Tank and the second is just Guards. Does that mean the second entry is a Mechanized unit?

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Postby AMVAS on 27 Oct 2007 03:34

Sarogin wrote:Hello

In Feb. 1944 the Second Shock Army has a listing under Armoured and Mechanized for:

30 ãâ. òáð, 46 ãâ.,

According to the abbreviation sheet, the first is Guards Tank and the second is just Guards. Does that mean the second entry is a Mechanized unit?

Thanks!!


On Feb. 1'44 the 2nd SA had:
30 ãâ. òáð, 46 ãâ., 222 îòï,
1439, 1495, 1811 ñàï, 4
îàáðá, 17, 42 îàýñá
--
30th Gds. Tank Bde
46th Gds. Sepatate Tank Regt
222nd Separate Tank Regt.
1439,1495,1811 SP Gun Regts,
4th Separate Armored Battalion
17th,42nd Separate Snowmobile Battalions

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