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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Red_ArmyRed Army - Wikipedia

    Officially, the Red Army lost 6,329,600 killed in action (KIA), 555,400 deaths by disease and 4,559,000 missing in action (MIA) (mostly captured). The majority of the losses, excluding POWs, were ethnic Russians (5,756,000), followed by ethnic Ukrainians (1,377,400). [3]

  2. Red Army soldiers celebrating the capture of Berlin, May 1945. During and immediately following the assault, in many areas of the city, vengeful Soviet troops (often rear echelon units) engaged in mass rape, pillage and murder.

  3. 13 de mai. de 2024 · The era of the revolutionary “Red Army” ended, in fact as well as in name, long before the final disappearance of the Soviet Union. In Russia, February 23, now known as Defender of the Fatherland Day, is still the official day to honour military veterans.

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  4. 7 de dez. de 2023 · However, the determination of the Red Army and the Allied offensive in the West take him by surprise in Kursk. Follow the story of Hitler's ultimate demise and the fall of his regime. ...more...

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  5. The Fall of the Red Army: Directed by Antonio Calvache. With Miguel Cabanellas, Conde de Rodezno, Raimundo Fernández-Cuesta, Francisco Franco.

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    • Documentary, War
    • Antonio Calvache
    • 1939-02-18
  6. Minsk itself fell to the Red Army on July 3; and, though the Germans extricated a large part of their forces from the Soviet enveloping movement, the Soviet tanks raced ahead, bypassing any attempts to block their path, and were deep into Lithuania and northeastern Poland by mid-July.

  7. Red Army, Army of the Soviet Union. Formed in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution of 1917, its first civilian leader was Leon Trotsky, who proved a brilliant strategist and administrator.