Eleventh Army

Eleventh Army or 11th Army may refer to:

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List Of Numbered Armies - Eleventh Army
11th Army (German Empire), a World War I field Army 11th Army (Wehrmacht), a World War II field army 11th SS Panzer Army Eleventh Army (Italy) Eleventh ...
Ivan Bagramyan - World War II - Belarus
... In October 1943, Bagramyan's Eleventh Army was transferred to the Second Baltic Front which was concentrated on the retaking of Belarus and namely, the Baltic ... Stalin would allow him to retain the Eleventh Army and suggested that Colonel-General N ... of holding the same rank, agreed to Bagramyan's suggestion and promoted him to the rank Army General ...
Eleventh Army - Others
... Eleventh Army (Japan) Eleventh Army (Italy) 11th Air Army (Russia) 11th Army (Soviet Union) 11th Army Group (United Kingdom) ...
Ivan Bagramyan - World War II - Kursk
... to utilize veteran units in its ambitions to destroy the salient, including the Ninth Army and the II SS Panzer Corps ... to the 1942 launched Operation Uranus, where the Soviet army encircled and trapped the Sixth Army in Stalingrad ... Bagramyan's Eleventh Army was tasked to take part in the offensive and was given an additional three infantry divisions and two tank corps, a force composed of fifteen divisions ...

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