Soviet Rifle Corps

  • MilitaryHistoryOnline.com - Soviet rifle corps in the ...

    Soviet Rifle Corps; STRELKOVYY KORPUS Soviet rifle corps in the Russo-German War, 1945 by Bill Wilson This text is respectfully dedicated to the memory of Fernand Radou Belgian soldier from 1922 to 1957 Introduction For many in the Weacht, the Red Army was for the entire war a poorly-understood force. German intelligence had some idea of how ...

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  • Rifle Corps, Soviet Army, 22 June 1941

    Apr 04, 2015· World War II Armed Forces — Orders of Battle and Organizations: Last Updated 04.04.2015

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  • Soviet Rifle Corps - Matrix Games

    Dec 29, 2016· The general idea is to have two Rifle divisions and one Rifle Brigade, as this creates "the cheapest" Rifle Corps. Moreover, use two Guards units as this will create a Guards Rifle Corps. However, I have read in the manual somewhere, that Soviet Rifle Corps are simply a grouping of their individual parts and that their ToE is the sum of the ToE ...

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  • This new rifle might retire the Russian Dragunov SVD for good

    Dec 19, 2018· For years, the Russian military has relied on the adage “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” — especially proven by its dogged use of weapons originating in the 1950s and 60s, since updated ...

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  • 13th Rifle Corps - Wikipedia

    The 13th Rifle Corps (Russian: 13-й стрелковый корпус) was a rifle corps of the Red Army, first formed in 1922.. On October 12, 1922, the Corps began forming in the Turkestan Front. Alexander Todorsky became the corps commander. The corps participated in the suppression of the Basmachi movement and was disbanded in 1935.

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  • Military Organization - Columbia CTL

    A Soviet "Rifle Division" totaled 9,375 men, and a "Guards Rifle Division" had 10,585 men. Two or three of these units made up a Soviet "Rifle Corps," and about 3 of these made up a Soviet "Army," and a Soviet army group, called a "Front," contained from 3 to 9 Armies.

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  • RE: Soviet Rifle Corps - Matrix Games

    Aug 12, 2020· A huge mass of pre war rifle corps can cover the front and buy time for the rifle armies to show up, and also make use of Soviet manpower and helps avoid manpower problems down the line. Manpower constraints will cripple the Red Army, and the game mechanics are such that either you use this prewar manpower or lose it, it doesn't stack past the cap.

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  • WW2 Russian Army - OOB

    The Russian Army. Kursk - 1943 . Commander in Chief 11th Guards Army. Alexei Zhadov. 8th Guards Rifle Corps. This unit requires a minimum of 50 VPs and 1,000 BPs: 11th Guards Rifle Division. This unit requires a minimum of 40 VPs and 800 BPs. 27th Guard Infantry Regiment. This unit requires a minimum of 30 VPs and 600 BPs.

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  • Soviet Rifle Corps

    May 07, 2021· Soviet Rifle Corps - 5/7/2021 11:49:28 AM Bladesss . Posts: 60 Joined: 3/11/2003 From: Florida Status: offline: I seem to be losing Soviet Rifle Corps HQs and dont know why. I realize that Mech Corps HQs got withdrawn because of Soviet reorginization. I lost 19 Rifle Corp HQs on turn 5 and 10 Rifle Corp HQs on turn 6. ...

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  • Rifle corps (Soviet) | Military Wiki | Fandom

    A rifle corps (Russian: стрелковый корпус, strelkovyy korpus) was a Soviet corps-level military formation during the mid-twentieth century. Rifle corps were made up of a varying number of rifle divisions, although the allocation of three rifle divisions to a rifle corps was common during the latter part of World War II.

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  • Soviet Rifle Corps - Axis & Allies ForuMINI

    Mar 25, 2010· Soviet infantry divisions were only known as "rifle" divisions because the older Czarist army called elite infanry unit's "rifle". The "guards" designation was a war time creation for meritorius service in the Great Patriotic War, which is the Soviet/Russian name for W W II.

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  • Soviet Rifle Corps - Matrix Games

    Flaviusx-> Soviet Rifle Corps (5/21/2020 9:49:43 PM) Okay, the rifle corps are now 120 production 3-2-2 units in the patch, great. But when the Soviet Union goes to war the rifle corps revert to 3-1-2. This doesn't sound like a big deal, but it ends up with all these units losing 1 point CV and makes them probably not worth building.

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  • 79th Rifle Corps - Wikipedia

    The 79th Rifle Corps (Russian: 79-й стрелковый корпус) was a rifle corps of the Red Army in World War II that became part of the Soviet Army during the Cold War.

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  • 87th Rifle Corps - Wikipedia

    Dec 29, 2016· The general idea is to have two Rifle divisions and one Rifle Brigade, as this creates "the cheapest" Rifle Corps. Moreover, use two Guards units as this will create a Guards Rifle Corps. However, I have read in the manual somewhere, that Soviet Rifle Corps are simply a grouping of their individual parts and that their ToE is the sum of the ToE ...

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  • 52nd Army (Soviet Union) - Wikipedia

    On 3 April 1945 the 52nd Army comprised the 7th Guards Mechanised Corps, the 48th Rifle Corps (116th and 294th Rifle Divisions), the 73rd Rifle Corps (50th, 111th and 254th Rifle Divisions) and the 78th Rifle Corps (31st, 214th and 373rd Rifle Divisions), the 213th Rifle Division, the 214th Tank Regiment, two artillery units, and service units.

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  • Fifth Corps: The Soviet Breakthrough at Fulda | Board Game ...

    "Fifth Corps: The Soviet Breakthrough at Fulda" is one of several games in the Central Front Series published by SPI in the 1980s. "Fifth Corps" appeared in the September/October 1980 issue of Strategy & Tactics magazine #82. Both the game and series depict the early days of World War III in West Germany. Combat is conducted at the company, battalion, and regiment level, with a map scale of 4 ...

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  • Positions of soviet 41 Rifle Corps in 1941 - Axis History ...

    Dec 25, 2011· Re: Positions of soviet 41 Rifle Corps in 1941 Post by Art » 04 Dec 2011, 21:37 On 27 June 1941 the North-West Front received a directive signed by Zhukov saying that it will be reinforced with the 41 Rifle Corps (118 and 235 Rifle Divisions) concentrating in the region Pskov-Ostrov.

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  • Soviet army 137 rifle corps highly decorated infantry ...

    Picture for military personal files. Inscribed: Demidchuk Stefan Ivanovich, picture made 15 February 1952. Certified by Chief of personal department of 137 rifle corps, Guards lieutenant colonel-Kononeko. 28 Febr 1952 ye. Buy Photos & Postcards at Esp

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  • 1943 Russia - PanzerBlitz

    24th Rifle Corps : 112 Rifle Divisions, 42nd, 129th Rifle Brigades. 30th Rifle Corps : 121st, 141st, 322nd Rifle Divisions. 55th Rifle Division. 248th Rifle Brigade 65th Army. 18th Rifle Corps : 69th, 149th, 246th Rifle Divisions. 27th Rifle Corps : 60th, 193rd Rifle Divisions, 115th Rifle Brigade. 37th Guards Rifle …

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  • 41st Rifle Corps, 3rd Army, 1st Byelorussian Front, 03.04.45

    Oct 04, 2010· 41st Rifle Corps, 3rd Army, 1st Byelorussian Front, 03.04.45. Battle of Berlin. In cooperation with Michael Avanzini. Soviet Order of Battle. 41st Rifle Corps. 3 April 1945.

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  • 16th Rifle Corps - Wikipedia

    History First formation. The corps was formed in November 1922 at Saratov, part of the Volga Military District.It was relocated to Orsha in October 1923 and Bryansk in November, becoming part of the Western Military District.In January 1924, the corps received the honorific "named for the Bryansk Proletariat", but on 19 November was renamed the 16th Belorussian Territorial Rifle Corps and ...

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  • [TMP] "Soviet rifle corps in the Russo-German War, 1945" Topic

    Oct 23, 2019· The rifle corps are not well known, and a misconception lingers that the Soviets abolished the echelon of rifle corps in late 1941 for the duration of the war. While it is true this command echelon almost disappeared from the Red Army during this period, it did not vanish completely, and was in fact rebuilt from late 1942 forward as the wartime ...

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  • Phil on World War Two: Soviet 112th Rifle Division

    Nov 02, 2011· Rifle corps included two or more rifle divisions, often some independent rifle brigades and corps assets included artillery, supply, and engineers. Effectively, the Soviets rebuilt their army counting a corps as a division and the divisions as its regiments. When you consider that the average Soviet rifle division had only 2,000 men in 1944 ...

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  • Red Army 1943-45 – WW2 Weapons

    Feb 05, 2021· The over-all quality of the Russian infantry was decreasing from spring 1943 onward, since the Red Army conscripted all available men till age of 60 in the recaptured territories. In 1944 there were 48 rifle armies (a Soviet army of about the size of a Western corps) between the Baltic and the Black Sea. These varied quite greatly in size and ...

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  • Rifle troops - Wikipedia

    Imperial Rifles troops. By the First World War the Imperial Russian Army had a large number of territorially based rifle corps (not to be confused with the corps as a formation), including: . Leib-Guard Rifles - four regiments (The Life-Guards Yegersky Regiment, although a light infantry unit in name, was numbered among the guard and not the rifles regiments)

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  • Handbook on USSR Military Forces: Chapter III, Field ...

    district was the corps. The rifle corps consisted of headquarters, three to four rifle divisions, one or two regiments of corps artillery, an antiaircraft artillery group, a signal battalion, a chemical war­ fare battalion, an air reconnaissance squadron, and various service units, all making a total of 60,000 to 65,000 men.

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  • ВОЕННАЯ ЛИТЕРАТУРА --[ Исследования ]-- Suvorov V. Inside ...

    A Soviet motor-rifle division is more of an all-arms unit than a motor-rifle regiment, containing, as it does, sub-units with the most varied functions and capabilities. The organisation of a division is simple and well-balanced. The strength of a motor-rifle division is 13,000. It …

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