How BIG were Soviet Armies and Divisions in 1942? And what impact did this have?

Soviet Armies and Divisions in 1942

Red Army forces were smaller than the German equivalents during Fall Blau and Stalingrad, which had a massive impact on the Soviet generals and staff officers. This put them at a disadvantage against the Wehrmacht and added to the stress of commanders like Vasily Chuikov, commander of 62nd Army at Stalingrad. In this video we will examine why this was the case.

Credit: TIK

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