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Diary August 5, 1941

Terror Tanks of Odessa
One of the most famous improvised Russian tanks were the so-called ‘Terror Tanks’ which were used with success against the Rumanians during the siege of Odessa.
Diary for Tuesday, August 5, 1941:

Eastern Front

Operation Barbarossa: Guderian liquidate SmolenskOrsha ‘pocket’.
SIEGE OF ODESSA by Rumanian-German forces begins (ends October 16). Rumanians suffer heavy casualties.

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