Title: Moscow, D-day, and Stalingrad
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In September 1941, the German advance to Moscow was halted due to the Germany army's need to send troops south to Kiev. On October 2, 1941, the forces that were initially supposed to invade Moscow reassembled, and 60 divisions resumed the advance. They were now racing against time to travel 200 miles to Moscow before the start of winter...
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They were now racing against time to travel 200 miles to Moscow before the start of winter. During the time of October 2-13 the casualties and captured Soviet forces totaled approximately 600,000.
On October 15, the German armies captured Kalinin and territories north and west of Moscow. Meanwhile, the Fourth German Army made a direct attack at the city which was now only 40 mere miles away...
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