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Diary February 2, 1943


PoWs of the German 6th Army after the surrendering at Stalingrad.
PoWs of the German 6th Army after the surrendering at Stalingrad.
WW2 War Diary for Tuesday, February 2, 1943:

Eastern Front

BATTLE OF STALINGRAD ENDS: 40,000 Germans surrender in northern ‘Pocket’. General Rokossovsky takes the salute at the victory parade.

[tableX caption=”Stalingrad Campaign Losses (since August 23, 1942)” colwidth=”25|25|25|25″ colalign=”left|center|center|center”]
, Killed, Wounded, PoWs
German, “110,500”, “c.50,000”, “107,500”
Russian, “750,000+ (plus 250,000 civilians)”, ?, ?
[/tableX]

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