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Soviet gains, mid-1943 to end of 1944.

The Leningrad-Novgorod strategic offensive during WWII was launched against the German Army Group North by Red Army on 14 January 1944. The second half of the offensive corresponded to the first month of the Battle of Narva.[1] The operation involved three fronts: The Leningrad Front, the Second Baltic Front and the Volkhov Front. The total Soviet strength was 822,000 men, 10,070 guns, 385 tanks and 370 planes plus the Soviet Baltic Fleet.[2]


  1. ^ Mart Laar (2008). Sinimäed 1944: II Maailmasõja lahingud Kirde-Eestis (Sinimäed Hills 1944: Battles of II World War in Northeast Estonia. In Estonian). Varrak, Tallinn
  2. ^ Bellamy, Chris (2007). Absolute War: Soviet Russia in the Second World War. Macmillan. ISBN 9780333780220. 


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