Map depicting the German advance on Moscow, Russia, 26 Aug-5 Dec 1941

Caption   Map depicting the German advance on Moscow, Russia, 26 Aug-5 Dec 1941 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 11 Feb 2009

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1. anonymous says:
20 Feb 2013 07:43:56 AM

I think that students need to learn more about the wars that went on way back when and that are going on now.
2. Gregg L. Friedman MD says:
16 Jun 2018 07:03:21 PM

Interesting article. One wonders what the outcome would have been if Japan attached in the far East. By Gregg L. Friedman MD

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