We made a graphical representation of events regarding the capture of Ipolysag by the Red Army during the battles of late 1944 north of Budapest in Slovakia. These battles are portrayed in the new Douglas Nash Book, “The Defeat of the Damned: The Destruction of the Dirlewanger Brigade at the Battle of Ipolysag, December 1944”.
We made a nice graphical representation of events regarding the capture of Kós in October 1943, by german forces in the Greek islands. It is a re-interpretation of events as portrayed in Osprey Campaign series #339. We’ve added the original for comparison.
The Battle of Narva was a campaign between the German Army Abteilung “Narwa” and the Soviet Leningrad Front fought for possession of the strategically important Narva Isthmus from 2 February to 10 August 1944. The campaign took place in Estonia and consisted of two major phases: the Battle for Narva Bridgehead (February to July 1944) and the battle for the Tannenberg line. The Soviet Kingisepp–Gdov Offensive and Narva Offensives (15–28 February, 1–4 March and 18–24 March) were part of the Red Army Winter Spring Campaign of 1944. Following Joseph Stalin’s “Broad Front” strategy, these battles coincided with the Dnieper–Carpathian Offensive (December 1943 – April 1944) and the Lvov–Sandomierz Offensive (July–August 1944). the Soviet Estonian operation pushed the front westward to the Narva River, aiming […]
Panzer production figures during World War 2.