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Barbarossa Lists for Chain of Command


Turning East, we look at three lists for 1941 and, specifically, the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union.  Germany and Romania for the Axis and the Soviets who opposed them.  You can download the files here:

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  1. Pingback: Official CoCulator and Chain of Command army lists | Tiny Hordes

  2. Any chance of the Royal Hungarian Army being included here in the near future? They committed 209,000+ troops to the initial invasion and fought in the Don campaign before being destroyed outside Stalingrad losing 64% casualties. Just a thought given their position as the third largest Axis armed forces in World War 2.

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