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   to 12 December 1942
   to 18 February 1943
   to March 1943 (Soviet gains only)
English: Soviet advances on the en:Eastern Front (WWII), en:1942- en:11-18 to March en:1943Drawn by en:User:Gdr

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Date 2005-03-20 (first version); 2006-11-19 (last version)
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Glantz, David M.; Jonathan House (1995) When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler, Lawrence, Kansas: Kansas University Press, pp. 135 ISBN: 0-7006-0717-X.
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