They say that the army received 5,486,475 newly conscripted personnel in 1942, which provided for:
- increase of the active army strength by 1,443,841 between 1.1.42 and 1.1.43
- increase of the number of patients in hosptals by 319,500
- compensation of medical discharges and furloughs (863,740)
- compensation of irrevocable casualties (2,544,505)
in eight months beginning from 1.5.42. On the other hand Krivosheev counted all the men regardless of where they went to - army, navy, NKVD, NKPS railroad troops, labor columns, construction columns, jobs in civil agencies etc. That the numbers are close is incidental.In section 6. of Krivosheev p.213 they list 5,328,395 conscripted in 1942.
It's not the document of the General Staff. RKKa General Staff lost controll over mobilization, organizations, replacements and new formation in the summer of 1941 an and only partly reocvered it thereafter.Document 130022SS from 14 February 1943 indicates that the Soviet General staff