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Diary September 22, 1943

Russian troops crossing the river Dnieper on a simple footbridge
Russian troops crossing the river Dnieper on a simple footbridge and with dinghy soon before the Germans were able to deploy on the right bank.
WW2 War Diary for Wednesday, September 22, 1943:

Eastern Front

Southern Sector: RUSSIAN 13TH ARMY CROSSES RIVER DNIEPER, south of Kiev – penetrating so-called ‘Eastern Rampart’ defences along right bank. Poltava captured by Koniev’s forces.

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