By Nigel Thomas, Darko Pavlovic
This e-book provides an in depth research of the Soviet defense force through the ultimate days of the warfare, overlaying the warriors that effectively grew to become the tide opposed to the Nazi onslaught and driven it again into Germany itself. This ultimate a part of the sequence records the purple Army's push via Germany to Berlin, which finally culminated within the quit of the German forces to the Allies in 1945. It additionally deals a close breakdown of the entire defense force that carried out the offensive campaigns at the japanese entrance, together with the military, air strength, paratroopers, army and NKVD troops. Its vibrant illustrations additionally comprise the uniforms and corporations of the Russian forces serving opposed to Japan until eventually the eventual give up of all jap Imperial forces in August 1945.
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His M35 service cap has a medium blue crown and dark red band and piping, with the gold laurel-leaf embroidery for Army, Air Force and NKVD general officers below the rank of marshal Sovetskogo Soyuza. The tunic cuffs have a diamond arrangement of laurel embroidery. The gold shoulder boards have a light blue zigzag centre-stripe. This officer wears the Patriotic War Medal 2nd Class, the Distinguished NKVD Member badge, the Orders of Lenin and the Red Banner, and the Victory over Germany Medal. NKVD troops were still operating against anti-Soviet guerrilla armies in the Baltic States, Ukraine and Poland as late as 1956, and this sometimes involved major engagements.
G. I. 34 fronts 5, 7 Navy 35–42, 37, 40, 41, B3 (45), E3 (46), H3 (47) NCOs 4, 13, 24, B1 (45), F1 (46), F2 (46), H (47) NKGB 42–44, G3 (47) NKVD 8, 38–39, 42–44, 43, D3 (46), H1 (47), 47 Novikov, Marshal Aleksandr A. D. 24 Shanina, Roza Yegerovna 3 snipers 3 Soviet Union: borders 3 Stakhanov, General-Major Nikolai Pavlovich 44 Stalin, Iosif V. com Timoshenko, Marshal Semyon K. 45 traffic controllers 9, F2 (46) training 4 Trud, Starshiy Leytenant Andrey 35 uniforms Air Force 34–35, 34, 35, 40, A3 (45), C3 (45), D2 (46), E2 (46) branch distinctions 20–21, 33, 39, 40 branch-specific 18–20 cadets 20, 23, 41 camouflage 5, 20 commanders 6, A (45), 45, G (46–47) dress uniforms 4, A (45), 45, G (46–47) land forces officers 4, 10, 13, 16–23, 17, 18, 22, 23, B2 (45), C2 (45) land forces overview 16–23 legwear and footwear 3, 13, 17–18, E1, (46), E2 (46), F1 (46) M29 leather jackets 22 M31 sheepskin-lined coats 10 M34 leather jackets 14 M41 greatcoats 10, 22 M41 quilted jackets 12, 22 M43 field shirts 3, 13, 14, 17, 24, C1 (45), F1 (46), F2 (46) M43 greatcoats 21, E1 (46) M43 overjackets 9 M43 tunics 14, 23 Naval Infantry 41–42, 41, H3 (47) Navy 36–42, 37, 40, A2 (45), B3 (45), E3 (46) NCOs 13, 24, B1 (45), F1 (46), F2 (46), H (47) overalls 5, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, C1 (45) skirts 3, F2 (46) summer 11, B1 (45), F1 (46), F3 (46), H2 (47) women 3, 9, 18, 20, 36, F2 (46) see also headgear; insignia, rank Vasilevskiy, Marshal Aleksandr 4 vehicles half-tracks 10 scout cars 24 weapons anti-tank E2 (46) grenades 24, 41 Panzerfaust 30 24 parade swords G1 (46–47) pistols C1 (45) revolvers C2 (45) rifles 3, 13, 22, F3 (46) sabres F1 (46) sub-machine guns 13, 18, 20, 21, 24, 41, E1 (46), F2 (46) whips F1 (46) Weissenfels 14 Wilhelm Gustloff, 46 women 3, 9, 18, 20, 36, F2 (46) Zhukov, Marshal Georgiy K.
Seamen’s and line Engineering officers wore three horizontal gold-embroidered fouled anchors, oakleaves and buttons on their cuffs; other branches, branch-colour cuff piping, three horizontal button-colour ‘guards braids’, oakleaves and buttons. The M45 dress trousers for Seamen’s and line Engineering flag officers had two wide gold braid stripes. Field officers wore the dress and service peaked cap with button-colour chin cords and single button-colour oakleaf peak embroidery, with the same dress tunic as the flag officers but with double gold collar and cuff pipings, and cuff patches without oakleaves.