Combat on the Russian Front Special Issue
Breaking the Nazi Stranglehold
Soviet Operation Spark relieved the besieged city of Leningrad.
Soviet Soldiers by Sea
Although ultimately successful in liberating Novorossiysk, twin Soviet amphibious landings proved costly in February 1943.
The Partisan Scourge
Russian partisans took a heavy toll in German lives and tied down troops needed to fight the advancing Red Army during World War II.
The Thunder of Operation Gallop
With victory at Stalingrad close at hand, the Soviets launched an effort to liberate the Lower Don Basin.
Showdown at Prokhorovka and Oboian
The climactic tank battle at Kursk spelled the beginning of the end for the Wehrmacht in Russia.
Night Jump Into Tragedy
A Soviet airborne operation behind German lines on the Dnieper River went horribly wrong.
Bridgehead of Death
The Soviet Red Army fought the Nazis for control of some of the world’s richest ore deposits.
Breaching The Blue Line
The Soviet Army liberated the Taman Peninsula during a month of hard fighting in the autumn of 1943.
Marshal Georgy Zhukov was a victim of Soviet political paranoia.
Cobbled together from existing weapons, the motorized Marder plugged a dangerous gap in German antitank capability.
The Spanish Blue Division fought alongside the Germans on the Eastern Front.
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