"Leningrad" Winter 1944
In January 1944, Leningrad was liberated by the Soviet Red Army after a long encirclement. The 21. Infanterie-Division assigned to 18. Armee had to pull back from Leningrad and so begun the fighting retreat through the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and eventually East Prussia.
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