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Wintergewitter

Wintergewitter

From the report of AM Vasilevsky to the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of December 18, 1942.
Partisans of Stalingrad

Partisans of Stalingrad

"On the night of the second to third of August 1942, the motorized infantry and tanks of the Goth army broke into Kotelnikovo, suppressing the resistance of not numerous Red Army soldiers, the invaders began to establish their own order, changed signboards and renamed streets, took away things and food from the people.
Aviation Stalingrad

Aviation Stalingrad

 "It is very, very difficult to properly assess the state of the enemy aviation grouping (this is especially true for the Luftwaffe.) The fact is that the air forces of the German Air Force were very often used as" fire brigades ". in a matter of days, if not the clock, operational direction to another. Therefore, the data that is relevant yesterday, today could no longer correspond to the current situation.
Wintergewitter Part 2

Wintergewitter Part 2

On December 14, the German troops had to evacuate a part of the bridgehead between Chir and Don in an area east of the Don. The offensive from the bridgehead in any case had to be abandoned, since even the division that Hitler originally agreed to transfer to strengthen the grouping on the bridgehead had to be transferred to the LVII section of the tank corps.
Partisans of Stalingrad - Lomakin Pimen Andreevich

Partisans of Stalingrad - Lomakin Pimen Andreevich

Lomakin Pimen Andreevich, born in 1882, education - primary, a poor Cossack, a native of Krylov's farm (the former Ataman stanitsa of the Salsk region) now Zavetinsky district of the Rostov region. In 1902 he was called up for active military service. After military service, he was engaged in housekeeping and worked for hire.
Supply of aviation provisions, the 6th Army Paulus.

Supply of aviation provisions, the 6th Army Paulus.

"To ensure the encircled troops of the 6th Field Army and the connections of the 4th Panzer Army with ammunition, fuel, food, medicines and other necessary supplies, the German command began to arrange the transfer of the necessary cargoes by air by air and transport aircraft and bomber aircraft.
American weekly The Time about the victory at Stalingrad

American weekly The Time about the victory at Stalingrad

On December 14, 1942, the American weekly The Time wrote about the transfer of Soviet troops to the counteroffensive at Stalingrad:
Fighting on the Myshkova river, Stalingrad

Fighting on the Myshkova river, Stalingrad

It was on Myshkove.Lev Larin, a leading researcher of the Museum-Reserve "Battle of Stalingrad"
Poplar in the centre of Volgograd

Poplar in the centre of Volgograd

The tree survived the battle of Stalingrad is still growing in Volgograd
December 12, 1942, Operation Wintergewitter (German Wintergewitter - Winter Storm)

December 12, 1942, Operation Wintergewitter (German Wintergewitter - Winter Storm)

The chronicle of the Soviet counter-offensive at Stalingrad ... On the morning of December 12, 1942, the German army group "Goth" launched an offensive. Operation "Winter storm" has begun.
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