What were the casualties from the battle of tannenberg?
Russians: -30,000 casualties -92,000 captives
Germans: -13,000 casualties
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The WWI Battle of Tannenberg took place on August 26-30, 1914. The battle was fought between the German and Russian armies, close to the village of Tannenberg, which is located in northeastern Poland. The Russian army was defeated by the Germans and subsequently German-controlled territory was never invaded by Russia for the remainder of the war. The Russian army incurred major losses, with 30,000 casualties and 92,000 soldiers captured by the Germans. The Germans suffered…
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