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Encyclopedia > 3rd Belorussian Front

The 3rd Belorussian Front (alternative spellings are 3rd Belarusian Front) was one of the Soviet Army fronts during the World War II.


At various times, it was commanded by Marshal of the Soviet Union Aleksandr Vasilevsky and General Ivan Chernyakhovsky.




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Talk:3rd Belorussian Front - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2612 words)
This is not a new usage "Battle for Berlin end of the third Reich" by Earl F Ziemke published in 1968 uses "Belorussian Front".
Front (Soviet Army) Was 2nd Belorussian Front until Mikkalai changed it on 22 Nov 2004
But if you look at 1st Belorussian Front you will see that although the article is a stub it takes up far less space relative to the rest of the article.
Ivan Chernyakhovsky (824 words)
General Bagramyan's First Baltic and General Chernyakhovsky's Third Belorussian Front struck to the north and south of Vitebsk and took the city on June 27.
Together with General Rokossovsky's 2nd Belorussian Front, which attacking East Prussia from the south and then head north westwards towards the Baltic coast around Danzig (Gdansk), the 3rd Belorussian Front, commanded by General Chernyakhovsky was ordered to attack from the east towards Königsberg, even though this meant throwing his armies against heavy German defence works.
On 10 February, Rokossovsky reached the coast near Elbing (Elblag) and East Prussia was under siege from the south and east by the 3rd Belorussian Front.
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