photo from Salla (June 1941)

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by Jarnob » 02 Apr 2022 08:31

Interesting detailed information!

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 10 Apr 2022 17:38

destruction of garrisons Sokoljarvi and Rugojarvi (341 rifle Division, she's 77omsbr) (kanlakahti direction) 1942-1943
https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/1615192

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 11 May 2022 14:53

1941 year
https://lubimeg.blogspot.com/2013/11/101.html - The confrontation at the Kuolayarvsky border (The Battle for Salla, by Mikhail Grabovsky).
https://lubimeg.blogspot.com/2014/12/blog-post.html - Yungoivanselka-Bratskaya Hill (Karelian Frontier, author Mikhail Grabovsky)
https://lubimeg.blogspot.com/2013/11/101_24.html - The defeat of the Alakurtti airfield (The Battle Path of the 101st NKVD Border Regiment, by Mikhail Grabovsky)

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 12 May 2022 07:55

https://lubimeg.blogspot.com/2016/10/2014-2016.html - In the Kayralian forests (by Mikhail Grabovsky)

https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/781929 - collection of Soviet literature on this war (100% the books are in the Russian State Library, 3 Volkhonka Street, Moscow)

https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/602477 - Prisoner of war camps in the Kandalaksha direction 1939-1944 (Finnish, German and Swedish)

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 19 Sep 2022 09:46

Dear colleagues!
I am exhibiting the Combat Action Log of the 6th Infantry Division of Finland in the Kandalaksha direction 26.06.1941-23.01.1942 in Finnish and Russian languages
https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2376499

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 29 Dec 2022 13:17

dear colleagues!
I exhibit 36 AK docks in German and Russian.
If possible, drop the link to the available documents for the 2nd half of 1941 for 36 AK and for the 2nd half of 1944
https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2450128

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 30 Dec 2022 08:54

operational reports of 36AK Germans for 1943
https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2451342

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 31 Dec 2022 18:00

https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2451427
operational reports of 36 Germans for the 1st half of 1944.
Dear colleagues! if there is an opportunity to throw off 36 AK rolls for the 1st half of 1941 and the 2nd half of 1944 on the link.
thank you in advance!

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 04 Jan 2023 19:37

https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2452047
MAPS OF THE 36th ARMY CORPS FOR 1942-1944 IN THE KANDALAKSHA DIRECTION (2nd part)

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 05 Jan 2023 05:23

https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2454940
MAPS OF THE 36TH ARMY CORPS FOR 1942-1944 IN THE KANDALAKSHA DIRECTION (3nd part)

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 06 Jan 2023 08:21

https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2455270
MAPS OF THE 36TH ARMY CORPS FOR 1942-1944 IN THE KANDALAKSHA DIRECTION (4th part)

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 08 Jan 2023 04:58

https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2455271
MAPS OF THE 36TH ARMY CORPS FOR 1942-1944 IN THE KANDALAKSHA DIRECTION (5th part)

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 10 Jan 2023 19:31

https://disk.yandex.ru/d/ZD2vOziX8dgEHA
MAPS OF THE 36TH ARMY CORPS FOR 1942-1944 IN THE KANDALAKSHA DIRECTION (6th part)

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by WGoose » 21 Jan 2023 17:24

the air defense system in Kemiyarvi in the Winter War of 1939-1940
https://astia.narc.fi/uusiastia/viewer/ ... 2399973291 1 part
https://astia.narc.fi/uusiastia/digitar ... 2399973852 2 part

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Re: photo from Salla (June 1941)

Post by krimsonglass51 » 14 Feb 2023 01:16

According to the blog post covering reports from 36AK in the early half of 1944 https://cont.ws/@wildgoose/2451427, there is a section about the enemy situation between 2/10/44 - 2/25/44 that talks about the results of what I assume was the interrogation of a Soviet pow.

According to the report:
Als Sicherungs-Divisionen für Murmanskbahnabschnitt Kandalakscha-Kirowsk nennt der Gefangene 333 die 64.Schütz.Div., die angeblich Ende 42\43 aufgestellt und noch nicht eingesetzt.

Im Sommer 1943 wurde davon gesprochen, dass diese die 122.Schütz.Div. ablösen sollte.

Als weitere Division nennt Gefangener die 132. od. 32.Schütz.Div., die angeblich im Herbst 43 in Kandalakscha eingetroffen ist.

Die genannten Divisionen sind in letzter Zeit an der Hauptfront festgestellt worden.
If Google Translate is correct, the prisoner is claiming the (Soviet) 64th Rifle Division, 132nd Rifle Division, and the 32nd Rifle Division were redeployed to secure the Murmansk Kandalaksha-Kirovsk railway area, while the 122nd Rifle Division was to be moved out? When I did some research of my own, I only found that the 122nd Rifle Division operated in the Salla area between 1941-1944 before being redeployed for the Baltic Offensive in September. The other divisions operated elsewhere on the Eastern Front, but never in the Soviet/Finnish Arctic.

Was the prisoner mistaken or purposely giving out false information, or was my analysis completely wrong?

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