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Invasion Of Poland
German and Soviet victoryBeginning of World War IITerritorial changes Polish territory divided among Germany, the Soviet Union, Lithuania and Slovakia
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10th Army (Soviet Union)
Second World WarEastern FrontCommandersNotable commanders Filipp GolikovThe 10th Army of the Soviet Union's Red Army
Red Army
was a field army active from 1939 to 1944. History[edit] The Army was formed in September 1939, in the Moscow Military District, and then deployed to the Western Special
Special
Military District. During the Soviet invasion of Poland it consisted, according to Steven Zaloga, of the 11th Rifle Corps (6th, 33rd, and 121st RD); the 16th Rifle Corps (8th, 52nd, and 55th Rifle Divisions); and the 3rd Rifle Corps (in reserve) (33 and 113 RDs), under General I.G. Zakharin.[1] On 22 June 1941, at the onset of Operation Barbarossa, the Army was part of the Soviet Western Front
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Karpaty Army
Karpaty Army
Karpaty Army
(Polish: Armia Karpaty), formed on 11 July 1939 under Major General Kazimierz Fabrycy, was created after Germany
Germany
had annexed Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
and created a puppet state of Slovakia. According to Polish historians Czesław Grzelak and Henryk Stańczyk, it consisted of two mountain brigades, Lwów
Lwów
Brigade of National Defence and a Battalion Węgry (Hungary)
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Mikhail Kovalyov
Colonel-General
Colonel-General
Mikhail Prokofievich Kovalyov (Russian: Михаил Прокофьевич Ковалёв) (7 July [O.S. 26 June] 1897 – 31 August 1967) was a Soviet military officer. Mikhail Kovalyov was born to family of a peasants in stanitsa Bryukovetskaya, Kuban Oblast. In 1915 he enlisted in the Russian Army. After graduating from a School for Praporshchiks. Kovalyov fought in World War I
World War I
commanding a platoon (polurota), company and then a battalion. At the time of the October Revolution
October Revolution
he was a Stabs-Captain
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11th Army (Soviet Union)
The 11th Army was an army of the Red Army, formed four times. The first formation was a unit of the then newly created Soviet armed forces. It was formed by the Bolsheviks
Bolsheviks
on October 3, 1918, from the Red Northern Caucasus Army.[2] In February 1919 it was dissolved and was again deployed in March 1919 as a subdivision of the Caspian-Caucasian Front. It took a prominent part in the sovietization of the three republics of the southern Caucasus in 1920–21, when Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia were brought within the orbit of Soviet Russia. In 1939 the 11th Army (2nd formation) was formed in the Belarusian Special
Special
Military District (BSMD) from the former Minsk Army Group. It fought in the Soviet invasion of Poland, the Baltic Operation, the Demyansk Pocket, and the Battle of Kursk
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3rd Army (Soviet Union)
The 3rd Army was a Soviet Red Army
Red Army
field army during World War II. The 3rd Army was formed in 1939 in the Belorussian Special
Special
Military District from the Vitebsk Group of Forces.[1]Contents1 Polish Campaign 2 Eastern Front 3 Post-World War II 4 Commanders 5 Notes 6 External linksPolish Campaign[edit] The Third Army saw its first action in September 1939, taking part in the operation in Belarus
Belarus
and Poland
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Semyon Timoshenko
Semyon Konstantinovich Timoshenko (Russian: Семён Константи́нович Тимоше́нко, Semën Konstantinovič Timošenko; Ukrainian: Семе́н Костянти́нович Тимоше́нко, Semen Kostiantynovych Tymoshenko) (18 February [O.S
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6th Army (Soviet Union)
The 6th Army was a field army of the Soviet Red Army
Red Army
formed four times during World War II and active with the Russian Ground Forces
Russian Ground Forces
until 1998. It appears to have been reformed in 2010. It was first formed in August, 1939 in the Kiev Special
Special
Military District from the Volochiskaya Army Group (a corps-sized formation).[1]Contents1 First Formation 2 Second Formation 3 Third Formation 4 Fourth Formation 5 Fifth Formation 6 Sixth Formation 7 References 8 ReferencesFirst Formation[edit] In September 1939 it participated in the Soviet invasion of Poland
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14th Army (Wehrmacht)
World War IIPolish campaign Italian CampaignCommandersNotable commanders Wilhelm ListThe 14th Army (German: 14. Armee) was a World War II
World War II
field army of the German Army.Contents1 History1.1 Poland 1.2 Italy2 Commanders 3 See also 4 NotesHistory[edit] Poland[edit] The 14th Army was activated on 1 August 1939 with General Wilhelm List in command and saw service in Poland
Poland
until the end of the Polish campaign on 13 October 1939. Italy[edit] The 14th Army was reactivated for the defence of Italy in late 1943 when its headquarters was created using the headquarters personnel of Army Group B which had been abolished when Albert Kesselring
Albert Kesselring
was given command of all Axis troops in Italy
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12th Army (Soviet Union)
The Soviet Union's 12th Army was a field army formed multiple times during the Russian Civil War
Russian Civil War
and World War II. Civil War & Polish-Soviet War[edit] Further information: 12th Army (RSFSR) The 12th Army ( Russian Civil War
Russian Civil War
1st Formation) of the Soviet Red Army was first formed from Soviet forces in the north-eastern Caucasus in 1918. The 12th Army ( Russian Civil War
Russian Civil War
2nd Formation) was formed from the 1st and 3rd Ukrainian Red Armies in central Ukraine in the summer of 1919. In July 1920 Simon Aralov
Simon Aralov
was chief of intelligence with this unit
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Wschowa
Wschowa
Wschowa
[ˈfsxɔva] (German: Fraustadt)[1] is a town in the Lubusz Voivodeship in Poland
Poland
with 14,607 inhabitants (2004). It is the capital of Wschowa County
Wschowa County
and a significant tourist site containing many important historical monuments.[2]Contents1 History 2 Famous people 3 Sport 4 International relations4.1 Twin towns — Sister cities5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit]Franciscan monastery Wschowa
Wschowa
was originally a border fortress in a region disputed by the Polish dukes of Silesia and Greater Poland. After German colonists had established a settlement nearby, it received Magdeburg rights
Magdeburg rights
around 1250
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Field Army Bernolák
The Field Army Bernolák (Slovak: Slovenská Poľná Armádna skupina "Bernolák") was a field army of the Axis Slovak Republic during World War II. It was named after Anton Bernolák, the first codifier of the literary Slovak language. The Slovak 1st Infantry Division "Janošík" took part in the Slovak invasion of Poland in September 1939. In October it returned to Slovakia and was upgraded to a fully motorized division. Another component, the Fast Troops Group Kalinčiak, took part in Operation Barbarossa in 1941, advancing under Army Group South. In August 1943 the Fast Division was restructured and renamed the 1st Infantry Division. However, the 1st Infantry Division saw very little action and was used for rear area duties until it was disbanded in July 1944 to form construction units. Order of Battle[edit] The army's order of battle between 1939 and 1944 was as follows: Army Commander: General Ferdinand ČatlošSlovak 1st Infantry Division "Janošík"Gen
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Marshal Of Poland
Marshal
Marshal
of Poland
Poland
(Marszałek Polski) is the highest rank in the Polish Army. It has been granted to only six officers
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Lublin Army
Lublin
Lublin
Army (Polish: Armia Lublin) was an improvised Polish Army created on September 4, 1939 from the Warsaw
Warsaw
Armoured Motorized Brigade and various smaller units concentrated around the cities of Lublin, Sandomierz
Sandomierz
and upper Vistula
Vistula
river. It was commanded by Maj. Gen. Tadeusz Piskor. Lublin
Lublin
Army was not part of prewar Polish operational plans
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Polish General Staff
Polish General Staff, also the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces (Polish: Sztab Generalny Wojska Polskiego) is the highest professional body within the Polish Armed Forces
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