Winter Offensive

Winter Offensive could refer to several different offensives.

  • The 1939-40 Winter Offensive by the Chinese National Revolutionary Army against Japanese forces
  • The Winter War between Finland and the Soviet Union
  • The 1941-1942 Soviet Winter Offensive against German forces

Other articles related to "winter offensive, winter, offensive":

List Of Army Groups Of The National Revolutionary Army - 11th To 20th Army Groups
... Xia Wei 夏威 Oct 1939 – Nov 1939 None Huang Qixiang 黃琪翔 Nov 1939 – Sep 1939 ... Winter Offensive Reestablished Nov 1941 Disbanded Mar 1945 Song Xilian 宋希濂 Nov 1941 ...
List Of Battles 1901–2000 - 1939–1945
... defeat Soviet Union forces Battle of Suomussalmi 8 December – 7 January 1940 – During Winter War, Hjalmar Siilasvuo leads Finnish to victory over Soviets Battle of the River Plate 13 ... ships neither sighted nor directly fired on one another all offensive action was carried out by carrier-based aircraft Battle of Corregidor 5–6 May – Last US bastion in Asia surrenders ... Japanese Battle of Neretva 20 January – March – Large joint Axis offensive that attempts to destroy Partisan resistance in Yugoslavia, but fails Battle of Rennell Island 29–30 ...

Famous quotes containing the words offensive and/or winter:

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