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Encyclopedia > Independent Operational Group Polesie

Independent Operational Group Polesie (Samodzielna Grupa Operacyjna Polesie, SGO Polesie) was one of the Polish Army Corps that took part in the Polish Defence War of 1939. It was created on September 11, 1939 and was commanded by general Tadeusz Kleeberg.

It took part in several battles, among them in the Battle of Kock, the last battle of the September Campaign.

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Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Operational Group (322 words)
Operational Group (Grupa Operacyjna, abbreviated GO) was the highest level of tactical division of the Polish Army before and during World War II and the Polish Defensive War.
Operational Group „Bielsko” under gen. Mieczysław Boruta-Spiechowicz (on September 3 renamed to Operational Group „Boruta”)
Operational Group „Piotrków” under gen. Wiktor Thommée (on September 6 renamed to Operational Group „Thommée”)
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In Autumn of 1946 a group of 100-200 soldiers of NSZ group were lured into a trap and then massacred.
The largest group which refused to join AK was the pro-Soviet and communist Armia Ludowa (AL), which at it's height in 1944 numbered 30,000 people[5].
Similarly, the main forces of the Red Army and the NKVD conducted operations against the AK partisans, even during or directly after the Polish Operation Tempest which was designed by the Poles to be a joint Polish-Soviet action against the retreating Germans.
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