Battle For Velikiye Luki

Battle For Velikiye Luki

Naval warfare

  • Baltic Sea
  • Black Sea
    • Rösselsprung
    • Wunderland

1941

  • Barbarossa
    • Białystok and Minsk
    • Smolensk
    • Uman
    • 1st Kiev
    • Leningrad
    • Sevastopol
    • Rostov
    • Moscow
  • Finland
  • Chechnya

1942

  • Rzhev
  • 2nd Kharkov
  • Case Blue
  • Stalingrad
    • Uranus
    • Winter Storm

1943

  • 3rd Kharkov
  • Kursk
  • 2nd Smolensk
  • Lower Dnieper
  • 2nd Kiev

1944

  • Dnieper and Carpathian
  • Leningrad and Novgorod
  • Narva
  • Hube's Pocket
  • Crimea
  • Jassy-Kishinev
  • Karelia
  • Bagration
  • Lvov and Sandomierz
  • 2nd Jassy-Kishinev
  • Baltics
  • Debrecen
  • Dukla Pass
  • Belgrade
  • Petsamo and Kirkenes
  • Hungary

1945

  • Vistula and Oder
  • East Prussia
  • East Pomerania
  • Solstice
  • Silesia
  • Vienna
  • Berlin
  • Czechoslovakia
  • German capitulation

The Velikiye Luki offensive operation (Russian: Великолукская наступательная операция) was executed by the forces of the Red Army's Kalinin Front against the Wehrmacht's 3rd Panzer Army during the Winter Campaign of 1942-1943 with the objective of liberating the Russian city of Velikiye Luki as part of the northern pincer of the Rzhev-Sychevka Strategic Offensive Operation (Operation Mars). It is particularly notable as an example of the failure of German operational combat in relieving an encirclement, similar to those employed at the Battle of Stalingrad.

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Battle For Velikiye Luki - Orders of Battle - German
... Center Kampfgruppe "Chevallerie" from (LIX Corps) Wehrmacht's Velikiye Luki garrison Kampfgruppe "Wöhler" 83rd Infantry Division (Lieutenant-General Scherer) Kampfgruppe "Meyer" (South-West of Velikiye Luki) Three ... Almost half of the 83rd Infantry Division was assigned to the Velikiye Luki garrison ...

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