East Prussia january 1945

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Sgt Joch
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Re: East Prussia january 1945

Post by Sgt Joch » 09 Aug 2019 22:10

correct jan. 15, I mistyped. That map is perfect, exactly what I was looking for! Thanks.

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I have questions
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Re: East Prussia january 1945

Post by I have questions » 11 Aug 2019 02:24

Sgt Joch wrote:
09 Aug 2019 22:10
correct jan. 15, I mistyped. That map is perfect, exactly what I was looking for! Thanks.
there might be some more information in "The History of Panzerkorps Großdeutschland, volume III", that series covers the operations of all GD units in great detail. :welcome:

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Re: East Prussia january 1945

Post by otis68 » 23 May 2020 23:38

Good afternoon. I am from Rossi and write on this forum through a translator. On this, I apologize for my English. I am very interested in data on the armor of trains that were on the territory of East Prussia from 1.12.1944 to 30.01.1945. On this forum mention armored trains number 32, 68A, 30.76, 72B. But I have data that at the time of the encirclement of Konigsberg on January 21 the last train that accompanied the armored train 601 left the station for Germany. According to the data, this last train took away the sapper part( maybe the builders of Todt). According to other sources, the train was one and there was a civilian "Koch train"( there is a mention in the memoirs of Von Lash). So was there an armored train with this number on the territory of East Prussia

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