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Posted by: MMM June 06, 2009 02:02 pm
I've noticed that in almost all the historical writings the tragedy of the Third Army is best known and most related. Why is that? Only because there was the sector of the first attack of Red Army? The losses were big, as well! I also noticed that most of the memories of veterans are focused on the north sector (3-rd Army) too.
Is it only my oppinion?

Posted by: Petre April 23, 2018 07:31 am
Article : The fight of The Stalingrad Front units against the 7th romanian Army Corps in the Kalmyk Steppes, nov. 20-30, 1942

Lupta unităţilor Frontului Stalingrad contra Corpului 7 Armată romān īn Stepele Calmīce, 20–30 nov. 1942

A translation is here :

Posted by: Petre June 20, 2018 09:13 am
And here is another text :
The romanians near Stalingrad. The overthrow of the 7th.Army Corps by the soviet troops

and a translation here :

Posted by: Petre August 14, 2018 05:00 am
A month and a half before "Uran"

translation here

Posted by: Petre September 06, 2018 04:08 am
Part two : Repetition for „Uran”. The unlearned romanian lesson

translation here

Posted by: Petre April 28, 2019 10:56 am
The 51-st Army / The Stalingrad Front, with its left wing advanced to Kotelnikovo: the 4-th Cav.Corps (81-st and 61-st Cav. Divisions) were in action to Kotelnikovo.
On 27 nov. 42, the 61-st Cav. Division suffered losses in a battle with the 5-th rom. Cav. Div. and began to retreat to Umantsevo. Units of 81-st Div. attacked Kotelnikovo, but suffered losses and retreated.

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