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How many Germans died at Kursk?


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2014-08-22 08:40:35
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Over 9,000 Germans died at Kursk in 1943. In total there were over 50,000 German casualties suffered during this battle.


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According to History Learning Site over 500,000 Germans died during the battle at Kursk. The link below has more information that you might be interested in.

The Germans hoped to regain the initiative on the Eastern Front by eliminating the Kursk salient . ~ see related link below .

Germans and Russians were to blame .

The Germans has 2,928 tanks. Whereas the Soviets had 5,128 tanks.

Germans wanted to circle the town of Kursk with a pincer move, while the Russians waited for them to march right into trap which involved letting the Germans deeper but also circling them and destroying their forces. The russians had also way bigger force which resulted in the inability of germans to win the battle

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In west it was battle of the bulge and in the east was battle of kursk In germany it was battle of berlin

No. The Russians were forewarned of the attack. They created strong, interlocked defensive positions, to a depth of fifty miles in the threatened area. They allowed the Germans to blunt their weapons on the defenses, then went over to the counter-attack. The Russian counter-offensive beginning at the end of Kursk kept rolling until the Russians were in Berlin. After Kursk, the Germans never had the strength to mount another major offensive. It was their last grab for victory, but it still took nearly another two years to completely defeat the Nazis.

the the Red Army managed to push the Germans back to the dnieper and towards western Ukraine, winning the battle.

By Winning with skill, knowledge and everything else. They were better than the germans, they were smart. Russians Rule!

10,000 Germans fought on D-Day and 4,000 to 9,000 died.

As the battle was called battle of Kursk, it was fought in Kursk, USSR. So the city which was liberated by the soviets was Kursk.

Kursk is the capital city of Kursk Oblast. Kursk is both a city and a region in western Russia, bordering Ukraine.

The Battle of Kursk took place in July of 1943 and was the biggest tank battle in World War 2. It started because the Germans wanted to break through Russian resistance south of Orel and north of Kharkov.

The Land of Kursk. clearly.

The Germans fought and lost the Battle of Kursk to the Russians, and from then on, it was pretty much a nonstop retreat for the Germans (except for the Siege of Warsaw Poland) all the way to the Reistag in Berlin, Germany.

The Germans began a full retreat where again they lost in the Battle of Kursk and then the Soviets pushed west to Berlin

It was the last major German offensive on the Eastern Front; from now on, the Germans would be on the defensive.

Germans fought and died in the American Revolution. About 1,200 were killed during the war. An additional 6,354 died from accidents or illnesses.

Over 3,500 Canadian soldiers and an unknown number of Germans. Although the Germans suffered about 20,000 casualties in that battle. It is unknown how many died and how many were wounded.

The area of Kursk is 190 square kilometers.

Kursk is a large city in European Russia, not far from the Ukraine border. The indigenous language of Kursk is Russian.

No records remain about the number of Germans who died in the attack on Juno Beach in June of 1944. About 360 Canadian and British soldiers died at the attack.

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