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Kvinner i berlin i 1945

They were sent by the nkvd, the secret police, to their boss, Lavrentiy Beria, in late 1944.
To continue the defense was hopeless and could only have led to further senseless losses among the troops and the civilian population.
30.000 sovjetiske.000 tyske soldater blev dræbt i kampene om Seelowhøjderne, og de sovjetiske styrker var langt efter den sovjetiske tidsplan.
The great number of prisoners captured after the surrender can be explained by the fact that a large number of soldiers did not take part in the fighting and that at first the Russians took prisoner everyone who was in uniform, including railway officials, city.Building the obstacle ring consisted merely in erecting road blocks at suitable points, mostly in inhabited localities, In conjunction with these, foxholes were dug as protection against tanks.Heinrici, former commander of Army Group Vistula.The Volkssturm, the tactical use of which was to have been left to the discretion of military authorities, received orders from the Party even during battle.Some readers may find this story disturbing.The antiaircraft artillery played a successful part in the ground fighting, even in the suburbs of the city.Of particular importance i6 the belt of woods and lakes to the east which runs past Koenigswusterhausen, Erkner, and Tiefensee toward the old Oder River near Bad Freienwalde.Once the enemy had set foot on Reich territory, the emergency situation at the front made it necessary to utilize the Volkssturm in the front lines in ever increasing numbers, though it was by no means fit for such service.These soldiers were poorly armed, and their fighting spirit was low.In one instance, witnessed by General Reymann, practice fire aimed at targets on the Mueggelsee did not even hit the lake.Til leter du etter kvinner leverandør slut var det Zjukov, som fik æren af at indtage byens centrum og Rigsdagsbygningen.Sketch 2, showing the main lines of attack of the Russian offensive.To assure that troops would occupy this important sector in time, the Army High Command should have made certain that the routes of communication with the west were kept open.