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List Of Infantry Divisions Of The Soviet Union 1917–1957 - Rifle Divisions List - 41 - 50 Divisions
... 41st Rifle Division— Kharkov MD, КОВО established at Kryvyi Rih in 1940 ... With 6th Rifle Corps, 6th Army of the Soviet Southwestern Front from 22 June 1941 ... Recreated again at Verchovye from 118th Rifle Brigade 10.42, fought at Kursk and in Poland ...
Rifle Corps (Soviet) - List of Soviet Rifle Corps Formed During World War II
... Almost all Soviet Rifle Corps were disbanded in the first several months of the war and reformed as the Soviet High Command gained experience in. 38th Rifle Corps - first appears in Soviet Order of Battle (OOB) 1 June 1943, as part of the 50th Army, Western Front ... Subordinate divisions at this date were the 17th, 326th, and 413th Rifle Divisions ...
List Of Infantry Divisions Of The Soviet Union 1917–1957 - Rifle Divisions List - 31 - 40 Divisions
... 31st Rifle Division—established at Yerevan before 1941 ... Started war in the TCMD's 40th Rifle Corps alongside the 9th Rifle Division. 32nd Rifle Division with 4th Shock Army of the Kurland Group (Leningrad Front) May 1945 ...

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