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Daily Quiz for April 24, 2012


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Originally published on HistoryNet.com. Published Online: April 24, 2012 
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The Soviets' Operation BAGRATION during World War II concluded in the decimation of this German Army Group.

  • Army Group Center
  • Army Group North
  • Army Group Courland
  • Army Group South Ukraine
 


3 Responses to “Daily Quiz for April 24, 2012”


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    Robert Kapanjie says:

    Operation Bagration was named after a tsarist general, it began on June 22 the third anniversary of operation Barbarossa..In one week the 200 mile German front was broken and their hold on western Russia was lost, never to be reconstituted. In one week 38,000 German troops had been killed and 116,000 taken prisoner. The nazi's also lost 2,000 tanks ,10,000 heavy guns and 57,000 vehicles. A staggering defeat portending Germany's imminent demise ten months hence.

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    Rudy says:

    The Soviets were crude animals and rapist.

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    Robert Kapanjie says:

    And the Nazi's were any better?



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