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Duel in the mist : the Leibstandarte during the Ardennes by Stefan De Meyer; et al

By Stefan De Meyer; et al

Duel within the Mist: The Leibstandarte through the Ardennes Offensive quantity 1: Kampfgruppe Peiper. Stoumont, December nineteenth, 1944

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The officer on the far left is a lieutenant colonel and the unit commissar, evident from sleeve star insignia of the Red Army Political Administration. The tanker to the far right is a junior lieutenant, evident from the insignia on the collar. In the background are three T-26 tanks, a T-26 Model 1938 on the left and two T-26 Model 1933s. The Western Front, formerly the Western Special Military District, started the war with 3,330 tanks, of which 1,389 were T-26s. By October 1, 1941, the Western Front had been reduced to 475 tanks, of which only 298 were T-26s.

A. ), Glavnoe avtobronetankovoe upravlenie: Lyudi, cobytiya, fakty v dokumentakh (5 vols), (Defense Ministry, Russian Federation: 2005) Solyankin, A. G. 26mm DT machine gun 7 37mm B-3 gun 8–9 37mm PS-1 Gochkis gun 6, 8–9, 33 45mm Model 1932/34 antitank gun 12 45mm Model 1932 antitank gun 9–12 Armament Arsenal Trust (OAT) 6 armor 6, 8, 8, 12, 13, 19, 19, D (30, 31) artillery tanks 28–29 Bekauri, Vladimir 26, 27 Byelorussian Front 32 camouflage A (10, 11), C (22, 23), F (38, 39) Caucasus, the 42, 44 Central Laboratory for Radio Guidance (TsLPS) 26 China 17–18, 18 combat record captured T-26 tanks 44–45 in the Far East 28, 30, 30–32, 45–46 the final battle (1945) 45–46 Finland 8, 12, 19, 22, C (22, 23), 24, 24–25, 25, 26, 27–28, 29, 33–36, 44 Iran, Operation Compassion (1941) 19, 37, F (38, 39), 42–44 Operation Barbarossa 36 Polish Campaign (1939) 27, 32 Southeastern Front 44 Southern Front 44 Southwestern Front 40, 41 Spanish Civil War (1936–39) 4, 13–17, B (14, 15) T-26 strength by military district (1940Є41) 37 T-26 strength in Red Army Mechanized Corps (1941) 38–41 Western Front 41–44 communications see radios Crimea, the 44 design and development armament 6, 7, 8–9, 9–13, 12, 16, 16, 33 armor 6, 8, 8, 12, 13, 19, 19, D (30, 31) artillery tanks 28–29 engine 19 engineer combat vehicles 29–30 escape hatch 19 exports 17–18 flamethrower tanks 21–26, C (22, 23) modernizing the tank 18–20 P-40-UM antiaircraft machine-gun mount 16, 16, 18 paint schemes A (10, 11), B (14, 15), C (22, 23), D (30, 31), F (38, 39), G (42, 43) radios 7, 12–13, 17, 18, 20 48 self-propelled guns 29, D (30, 31) stowage 20 suspension 19, 20 teletanks (TT) 26–28 tracks 17 turrets 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 16, 19 Vickers 6-ton Tank 4–9 vision problems 16 engine 19 engineer combat vehicles 29–30 escape hatch 19 Experimental Mechanical Design Department (OKMO) 8 exports 17–18 Far East, the 28, 30, 30–32, 45–46 Finland 8, 12, 19, 22, C (22, 23), 24, 24–25, 25, 26, 27–28, 29, 33–36, 44 firepower see armament flamethrower tanks 21–26, C (22, 23) Ginzburg, Semyon 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 18, 20 Great Purges, the 18, 27 “Great Tank Program” 8 guns see armament Iran (1941) 19, 37, F (38, 39), 42–44 Khalepskiy, Innokentiy 6, 7, 18 KhT-26 flamethrower 21 KhT-130 flamethrower 21, 22, 24, 24, 25 KhT-131 flamethrower 22 KhT-132 flamethrower 22 KhT-133 flamethrower 22, 25, 26 KhT-134 flamethrower 22, 25 Kulik, G.

V. Novoselskiy 11, 16 15 Odessa 527 62 3 A. V. Kurkin 2, 5 84 Baltic 672 41 4 A. A. Vlasov 8, 32 81 Kiev 979 178 5 I. P. Alekseyenko 13, 17 109 Transbaikal 1,187 303 6 M. G. Khatskilevich 4, 7 29 Western 1,021 126 7 V. I. Vinogradov 14, 18 1 Moscow 959 340 8 R. I. Ryabyshev 12, 34 7 Kiev 932 340 144 9 K. K. Rokossovskiy 20, 35 131 Kiev 316 10 I. G. Lazarev 21, 24 198 Leningrad 469 198 11 D. K. Mostovenko 29, 33 204 Western 414 166 12 N. M. Shestopalov 23, 28 202 Baltic 730 539 13 P. N. Akhyustan 25, 31 208 Western 282 264 14 S.

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