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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 19 Nov 2022 18:09

"Telex
From AOK6/OQu to OKH /Gen.OQu
Command center B OKH/Gen.Qu

Day report 29.7.1942

Supply situation

High firing at LI AK, VIII AK and XXIV Pz AK . More specific reports on firing numbers cannot be given. It can however with certainty be assumed that the firing bumbers are far higher than the allocations of l.F.H. ammo on 28.7 so that a further decrease of the stocks of the 1.Ausstattung is expected.
In the evening of 29.7 1260 shots l.F.H. each were allocated to VIII AK and XIV Pz AK. . For the LI AK delivery of 3000 shots l.F.H. by air transport is promised for the morning of 30.7. A considerable improvement of the ammo sitiation to ca 50-55% of the 1.Ausstattung is therefore only expected at LI AK while the quantities allocated to VIII AK and XIV Pz AK represent only 10% of the 1.Austt.
AOK 6 anticipates for the 30.7 a delivery of ca 2000 shots l.F.H and for 31.7 ca 300 to (mixed l.F.H. 16 and l.F.H. 18). At the same rate of firing these quantities will makeshiftly cover the firing. A substantial filling up of the 1.Ausstattung is not anticipated given the expected firing rate.
In the other ammo types a tangible shortage has not occurred until now. The shortage of KwK ammo could be remedied by the arrival of 280 to at 28.7.
AOK 6 requests to bring forward ammo to Bokowskaja in the next days by an increased use of the Grossttransportraum of the Command center to improve the ammo situation, especially in l.F.H. ammo.
Only negigible quantities of fuel were delivered at Bokowskaja on 29.7 , because for 2 days the whole available supply column capacity was used exclusively for ammo transport. The AOK believes it can keep itself above water until 31.7 with the actual stated stocks.

AOK 6 /OQu 3374/42"

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

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" AOK6/OQu Nr 3370/42

To OKH/GenStab des Heeres/Gen/OQu


.....
To the supply situation on the basis of the developments of the situation on 28/29.7 the AOK reports supplementary:

1) At the meeting on the Schelistowka airfield between the delegates of the OKH/Gen.OQu-OQu command center B - OQu /AOK6 at 20.7 whose purpose was:
a) to remedy the then strong fuel crisis of 6th Army and
b) create the foundations for the further supply of the Army until the set objective Stalingrad,

the OQu/AOK 6 had indicated the to be expected high ammo demand in 8 days at the fighting on the Don.

It was agreed that after getting AOK 6 going again with fuel, to switch in the delivery of supply goods to a ratio ammo to fuel of 3:1
Meantime only a minimum of the needed ammo has been brought up.

2) The delivery by rail to Millerowo which started on 29.7 will only have an impact on the troop in the most favourable case at 5.8

3)The Army now stands in a dangerous ammo crisis.
Only an immediate interim solution as the OKH/GenQu found in the fuel crisis, can bridge the dry spell until 05.8 .

4) Until then the AOK will get part of the supply goods= 1/4 of the need with own means as before over 600 km from the Charkov base. The other part = 3/4 of the need is not covered until now.

5) AOK believes that a certain continuity in the deployment of the Grosstransportraum is the main prerequisite for the future supply and for a preventing of strong suplly crisises. The supply of the Army until 17.7 ,especially however the supply of the XIV Pz AK until the lower course of the Don, eastward of Rostov , could only be performed by a stubbornly persevered continuity in the supply management, while between 18.7 and 28.7 the flexible management of the supply adapted to the situation by the delegate of the OKH/Gen.Qu helped to clear somewhat the supply crisises."

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 20 Nov 2022 08:24

"" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 30.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See telex AOK 6/O.QU Nr 33994/42


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo and b)fuel

see point 1

c) rations

The troop is average supplied to 1.8, partially to 2.8. At the troop there is only ca 40-45 % of the 1.Ausstattung. A filling up of the 1.Ausstattung cannot be expected in the next days because the transport capacity is almost exclusively used for ammo and fuel supply.

3) ammo consumption:

There are no precise Numbers. The firing is however higher as before higher than what can be brought up by supply.

4) Fuel consumption

no reports available

5) intake by rail

in Ostrogoshsk

F.Nr 470177 14 EKW fuel

Arriving trains in Charkov not reported

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja
240 to ammo
40 to rations

V.St.P Meschkoff :
60 to ammo

V.St.P Rossosch
140 to ammo
45 to rations

V.St.P Woltschansk : stocks unchanged

Transshipment position Kupjansk
910 to ammo
no precise reports on fuel and ration stocks

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2730 to ammo
1000 to food of which
770 to flour
150 to oats and canned fodder

Vst.P. Charkow
2280 to ammo
Greater quantities of food

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

370 to l.F.H.
2300 to s.F.H.

Which are for the largest part in rearward depots.


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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 20 Nov 2022 08:51

" Telex
From AOK6/OQu to 1)OKH /Gen.OQu
2) Command center B OKH/Gen.Qu
3) chief of staff AOK 6

Day report 30.7.1942

Supply situation

LI AK by air support 44 to l.F.H. and 4 to l.J.G. to Obliwskaja , which can have an effect at the troop at 31.7.
Supply roads from Bokowskaja soggy.
The supply roads to XIV Pz AK blocked by enemy action are free again since 30.7 afternoon.
The supply goods which are fed to the troops from the Army depots will therefore reach the fighting troops 24 hours later.
However , the supply column traffic runs on the Army supply road Millerowo -Bokowskaja.
30.7 night drop of supply goods at XIV PzAK ; in addition at 31.7 supply of the corps by gliders.
Transport vanguard with 2 fuel trains 29/30.7 23.00 to 0300 hour arrived in Ostrogoshsk and transshipped.
Next installment with 2 l.F.H. and 1 s.F.H. train 30.7 until 3 hour driven through Kursk.

AOK6 /OQu 3394/42 "

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 20 Nov 2022 09:38

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 31.7.1942

1)Supply situation

See special report


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo and b)fuel

see point 1

c) rations

Curent supply from the land as before. Only low quantities of rations can be brought forward with transport columns, because the supply columns have to be used for the largest part for the supply of ammo and fuel . The range of the rations increases contionuously by the arriving of trains in the rearward depots which are no reference point for the range of the rations for the Army.

3) ammo consumption:

190 to (without XIV PzAK)

4) Fuel consumption

720 cbm Otto 115 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

in Charkov
F.Nr 465143 oats
F.NR 413543 hay
F.Nr 4899496 oats
F.Nr 474305 31 waggons rations
F.Nr 422465 31 waggons buiding equipment
F.Nr 858196 35 waggons corn

in Kupjansk

F.Nr 464533 ammo
F.Nr 802843 EKW fuel

From 1.8 the Army will only report trains arriving in Millerowo as no guarantee can be taken for the exactitude of the reports of Charkov and Kupjansk

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja
180 to ammo
low stocks in rations

V.St.P Meschkoff :
60 to ammo

V.St.P Rossosch
130 to ammo
20 to rations

Transshipment position Kupjansk
1230 to ammo
1720 to rations of which
700 to flour
140 to vegetables
580 to oats and canned fodder
450 cbm Otto 50 cbm Diesel

V.St.P Stawowerowka
stocks unchanged

Vst.P. Charkow
2500 to ammo
Greater quantities of food by daily arrival of trains

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

670 to l.F.H.
2320 to s.F.H.

Which are however for the largest part in rearward depots.


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Post by Aida1 » 20 Nov 2022 10:13

" Telex
From AOK6/OQu to 1)OKH /Gen.OQu
2) Command center B OKH/Gen.Qu
3) chief of staff AOK 6

Day report 31.7.1942

Supply situation

Further high firing at the forward corps. The high shortage in l.F.H. ammo could not yet be resolved. The Grosstransportraum columns from the command center with lF.H ammo have not yet arrived in Bokowskaja.
In the other ammo categories 300 to has arrived in Bokowskaja which can have an effect at the troop in 2-3 days.
The Army expects heavy fighting in the next few days , especially at XIV PzAK and VIII AK and a corresponding high consumption .
For the quicker relief the Army will pull forward a few l.F.H. columns of the command center over Bokowskaja to the east.
The fuel situation is tight again. The expected fuel trains for the 31.7 in Millerowo have not yet arrived yet so that the feeding in further diminishes.
At the troop the stocks have dropped again under 1 VS. , at XVII AK almost nothing is available anymore.
The full combat power of the divisions is only guaranteed when:
1) sufficient lF.H. ammo is supplied
2) the troop again disposes of 2 VS

According to a comunication by Oberstlt i.G Pollex a delay in the bringing up of the supply trains happened because the transshipment Ostrogoshsk -Jewdakowo did not take place in the promised time.

AOK 6 reports that therefore the switching from Kupjansk to Millerowo on the orders of the command center took place too quickly , and the Army supply columns currently waited in vain for supply goods in Millerowo.
The supply situation the relaxing of which was hoped for according to the report 30.7 to Gen/OQu , experienced through this a further deterioration "

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 20 Nov 2022 16:15

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 1.8.1942

1)Supply situation

See special report


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo and b)fuel

see point 1

c) rations

Troop supplies itself almost exclusively from the land. Ony low quantities of the 1.Ausstattung still available. Even for the most necessary food ingredients only low transport capacities can be made available. Even these quantities need to be fetched from supply base Charkov because there are no food stocks in Millerowo.
It is requested from command center B to drive a food train with the most necessary supply goods to Millerowo.
Range of the rations in the AVL : in the forward depots no stocks, higher stocks in the depots in and around Charkov.


3) ammo consumption:

High consumption according to the available stocks.

4) Fuel consumption

420 cbm Otto 90 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

No trains have arrived in Millerowo for AOK 6.

6) Supply of the bases

V.St.P Bokowskaja
300 to ammo from which
30 to s.Inf ammo
13 to s.F.H.

V.St.P Meschkoff :
70 to ammo of which
4 to s.Inf ammo
25 to l.F.H.
3 to s.F.H.

V.St.P Rossosch
130 to ammo of which
16 to s.inf ammo
20 to l.F.H.
47 to s.F.H.
low food stocks

Rear depots
Transshipment position Kupjansk
1230 to ammo of which
150 to s.inf ammo
400 to l.F.H.
150 s.F.H.
Food stocks unchanged
400 cbm Otto 60 cbm Diesel

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2730 to ammo of which
330 to s.inf ammo
145 to l.F.H.
1450 to s.F.H.
Food unchanged

Vst.P. Charkow
2380 to ammo of which
710 to s.inf ammo
300 to l.F.H.
710 to s.F.H.
Greater quantities of food

7) l.F.H. and s.F.H. ammo stocks in A.M.L.

640 to l.F.H.
2290 to s.F.H.


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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 20 Nov 2022 16:37

" Telex
From AOK6/OQu to 1)OKH /Gen.OQu
2) Command center B OKH/Gen.Qu
3) chief of staff AOK 6

Day report 1.8.1942

Supply situation

The fuel crisis has become worse. Because of strong rain in the rear area the transshipment Ostrogosh-Jewdakowo was impossible so that on 1.8 fuel trains did not arrive in Millerowo. The supply columns moving up from Kupjansk also were stuck because of bad weather.
The Army can only expect low quantities of fuel and ammo by land in the next two days. The on midday 1.8 planned air transport of 400 to for the 2.8 has diminished on 1.8 evening to 200 to. The deficiency of fuel and ammo because of the weather situation which is in delivery on railroad and land over hundreds of kilometers can only be bridged over several days by a decisive measure of air transport of greater amounts.
Ammo stocks in l.F.H. :
At the troop 30-50% , delivery from AML Bokowskaja
For 17 AK 1360 shots l.F.H. on 1.8
For 14 Pz AK 2600 shots l.F.H. on 1.8
For 51 AK 1260 shots l.F.H. on 2.8
S.Inf ammo 75 % Besides s.J.G. 50% . At 14 Pz AK 10 % s.J.G. "

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Post by Aida1 » 21 Nov 2022 08:09

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 2.8.1942

1)Supply situation

See special report


2) Stock of the divisions in

a)ammo

see point 1

b)fuel

See message on fuel situation to command center B
1 VS of the Army is 2520 cbm

c) rations

The troop is supplied for ca 2-3 days inclusive the supply from the land. By the arrival of rations in Bokowskaja the supply will be secured for further 2 days after delivery to the troops. Even these quantities need to be fetched from supply base Charkov because there are no food stocks in Millerowo.
Horse feed has to be taken for 90% from the land, because oats can only be provided in small quantities. Because the fodder taken from the land is almost entirely green feed and only in small quantities raw and hard fodder, the horses are not able to endure the march performances demanded . A higher loss is therefore to be anticipated.

3) ammo consumption:

Relatively high consumption , especially at XIV PzAK. No exact numbers available.


4) Fuel consumption

190 cbm Otto 65 cbm Diesel

5) intake by rail

In Millerowo

F.Nr 419179 12 waggons fuel

6)Supply by air transport

168 to ammo

7) Stocks in army depots

V.St.P Bokowskaja
380 to ammo from which
25 to s.Inf ammo
6 to l.F.H.
180 to rations

V.St.P Meschkoff :
70 to ammo of which
4 to s.Inf ammo
20 to l.F.H.
3 to s.F.H.
30 to rations

V.St.P Rossosch
130 to ammo of which
16 to s.inf ammo
20 to l.F.H.
47 to s.F.H.
25 to rations

Rear depots
Transshipment position Kupjansk
1230 to ammo of which
150 to s.inf ammo
350 to l.F.H.
150 s.F.H.
1450 to rations of which
700 ton flour
580 to oats and canned fodder

400 cbm Otto 50 cbm Diesel

V.St.P Stawowerowka
2730 to ammo of which
330 to s.inf ammo
90 to l.F.H.
1420 to s.F.H.
Food unchanged

Vst.P. Charkow
2010 to ammo of which
790 to s.inf ammo
240 to l.F.H.
660 to s.F.H.
Greater quantities of food

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 21 Nov 2022 08:40

" Telex
From AOK6/OQu to 1)OKH /Gen.OQu
2) Command center B OKH/Gen.Qu
3) chief of staff AOK 6

Day report 2.8.1942

Supply situation

The situation in l.F.H. will have improved a bit by 3.8 in the evening by the arrival of 7300 shots by air transport on 2.8 and the 6000 shots in delivery to the troop .
The equipment at the troop can then be:
LI AK 40%
XIV Pz AK 35%
VIII AK 30%
at the same rate of firing

The fuel situation will already lead to the first disruptions on 3.8 . LIAK, VIII AK , XIV Pz corpscannot move their supply columns anymore from 3.8 in the evening from lack of fuel. Partially, even the fetching of the expected delivery of ammo by air transport not possible anymore without at the same time landing fuel.
The delivery of fuel by air on 3.8 could not be promised.
The requested 50 cbm could not be delivered on 2.8. AOK requests urgently to absolutely carry the in itself low quantities of fuel applied for
because the fuel situation of the army does not allow even the deficiency of small quantities.
In Millerowo still no supply goods have arrived."

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 21 Nov 2022 09:16

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 3.8.1942

1)Supply situation

See special report

2) Ammo consumption 280 to
fuel consumption 320 cbm Otto 50 cbm Diesel
1 VS of the army 2520 cbm

3) Stocks of the troop

a)ammo : see point 1
b) fuel : see special report to command center B on fuel situation
c)rations : the troop is supplied for 3 days. Horse feed is taken for 90% from the land.

4) Stocks in army depots

V.St.P Bokowskaja
260 to ammo from which
5 to l.F.H.
150 to rations

V.St.P Meschkoff :
70 to ammo of which
4 to s.Inf ammo
20 to l.F.H.
3 to s.F.H.
20 to rations

V.St.P Millerowo 430 cbm Otto 9+0 cbm Diesel

Rear depots

V.St.P Stawowerowka stocks unchanged

Transshipment position Kupjansk
1230 to ammo of which
150 to s.inf ammo
350 to l.F.H.
150 s.F.H.
400 cbm Otto 50 cbm Diesel
rations unchanged

Vst.P. Charkow stocks unchanged

5) Range of the army stocks

For all types of food there sufficient quantities available in the rearward army depots . They are however no basis for the supply reserve of the Army as the quantities can only be brought forward for a small part in the forward depots.

6) Delivery by train
in Millerowo F.Nr 793488 29 waggons with 520 cbm fuel
F.Nr 483766 35 waggons ammo

7) Intake by air

123 to ammo, 183 cbm fuel


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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 21 Nov 2022 09:27

" Telex
From AOK6/OQu to 1)OKH /Gen.OQu
2) Command center B OKH/Gen.Qu
3) chief of staff AOK 6

Day report 3.8.1942

Supply situation
The volume of firing ,especially at VIII AK was high.
The 3258 shots l.F.H. which arrived in air transport, which were all issued to VIII AK , will fully cover the volume of firing and bring a light improvement.
Despite the delivery of 180 cbm fuel in air transport, the fuel situation has worsened. An improvement of the situation after arrival of the 400 cbm moving up from Millerowo, is to be expected only at 5.8 evening at the troop.
The ammo and fuel situation and the demands which result from this have been established by Oberstlt i.G Pollex and immediately forwarded to Gen.Qu."

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Post by Aida1 » 21 Nov 2022 17:46

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 4.8.1942

1)Supply situation

See special report

2) Ammo consumption 170 to(without LI AK)
fuel consumption 370 cbm Otto 65 cbm Diesel
1 VS of the army 2590 cbm

3) Stocks of the troop

a)ammo : see point 1
b) fuel : see special report to command center B on fuel situation
c)rations : the troop is supplied for 3 days of which the largest part is taken from the land. For the horses almost exclusively green feed is available.

4) Stocks in army depots

V.St.P Bokowskaja
310 to ammo from which
20 to l.F.H.
145 to rations
Fuel arrived at the level of 583 cbm was immediately issued to the troops.

V.St.P Meschkoff :
55 to ammo of which
20 to l.F.H.
3 to s.F.H.
55 to rations

Transshipment point Millerowo

600 cbm fuel were immediately issued to the troops

Rear depots

Transshipment position Kupjansk
1190 to ammo of which
175 to s.inf ammo
490 to l.F.H.
150 s.F.H.
2280 to rations of which
1220 to flour
100 to vegetables
160 to canned meat
570 to oats and canned fodder

320 cbm Otto 50 cbm Diesel

V.St.P Starowerowka
2130 to ammo of which
140 to s.Inf
75 to l.F.H.
1420 to s.F.H.

Vst.P. Charkow

2050 to ammo of which
700 to s.Inf ammo
240 to l.F.H.
660 to s.F.H.
6350 to rations of which
1050 to flour
500 to canned meat
1070 to noon food
200 to salt
700 to evening food
360 to fat
570 to marmelade
90 to drinks
620 to sugar
700 to oats and canned fodder

5) Range of the army stocks
vegetables 27 T.S of which 26 in rearward depots
canned meat 12 T.S. in Charkov
evening food 19 T.S. of which 18 in Charkov
fat 22 T.S. in Charkov
flour 9 T.S. in rearward depots
Hard fodder 4 T.S. in rearward depots

Because of the far distance of the rearward depots the food quantities are not available for the current consumption

6) Delivery by train
The trains arrived in Millerowo cannot be reported with F.Nr . because the trains are not loaded again with the same composition at the transshipment Ostrogoshk-Jewdakowo.
Arrived quantities of supply:
44 waggons fuel
54 waggons ammo
4 waggons kabel

7) Delivery by air

10 to ammo, 40 cbm fuel


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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 21 Nov 2022 18:12

" Telex
From AOK6/OQu to 1)OKH /Gen.OQu
2) Command center B OKH/Gen.Qu
3) chief of staff AOK 6

Day report 4.8.1942

Supply situation
With the arrival of sufficient quantities of l.F.H. ammo at the troop the ammo situation can be considered as relaxed. A certain deficiency still exists at KwK ammo.
Wit the arrival of fuel trains in Millerowo at the same level the fuel situation can have improved up to the evening of 6.8 so far that the divisions deployed forward will dispose of 1 to 1 1/2 VS. Supply troops and rear services remain at 0,3- 0,5 VS and are therefore only limited mobile.
In V.St.P Millerowo the unloading and transhipment railway station, difficulties have arisen with italian units. It is requested to direct the italian units to another point -for example Kantemirowka- because otherwise major disruptions which could disturb the delivery of supply goods are to be expected in the decisive stage of supply. The Army has rejected the demand to vacate accomodations and hangars in favour of the italian armed forces."

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Re: Logistical data 6 th Army Fall Blau

Post by Aida1 » 21 Nov 2022 20:47

" From Armeekommando 6 OQu
to OKH Gen.Qu

Day report for 5.8.1942

1)Supply situation

See special report

2) Ammo consumption 400 to
fuel consumption 420 cbm Otto 80 cbm Diesel

3) Stocks of the troop

a)ammo : see point 1
b) fuel : see special report to command center B on fuel situation
c)rations : the troop lives for 80-90% from the land.

4) Stocks in army depots

V.St.P Bokowskaja
380 to ammo from which
25 to l.F.H.
40 to rations

V.St.P Meschkoff :
65 to ammo of which
20 to l.F.H.
100 to rations

V.St.P. Rossosch
130 to ammo
15 to rations


Transshipment point Millerowo

1 ammo train with 30 waggons

Rear depots

Transshipment position Kupjansk
1190 to ammo of which
175 to s.inf ammo
490 to l.F.H.
150 s.F.H.
2600 to rations of which
1330 to flour
120 to vegetables
840 to oats and canned fodder

V.St.P Starowerowka unchanged

Vst.P. Charkow

2050 to ammo of which
700 to s.Inf ammo
240 to l.F.H.
660 to s.F.H.
7700 to rations of which
2000 to flour
1600 to oats and canned fodder

5) Range of the army stocks

vegetables 23 days
canned meat 23 days
evening food 17 days
fat 20 days
flour 21 days
Hard fodder and canned fodder 7 days

6) Delivery by train
Trains arrived in the Charkov area are as of now reported by Bv.T.O.6 branch Charkov .
The supply trains arrived in Millerowo are destined for the command center.
The Army only reports the quantities received from these trains respectively waggons.
On 5.8 the Army received 59 waggons ammo
33 waggons fuel.
........"

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