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How Russia Stopped The Blitzkrieg

Blitzkrieg is a technique for fighting where the attacker, started using a powerful convergence of reinforced and mechanized infantry arrangements with close air support, gets through the adversary’s line of resistance by short, quick, ground-breaking assaults and afterward separates the safeguards, using pace and shock to circle them with the help of air superiority.

German column of panzers and mechanised infantry advancing through Ukraine, June 1942, typifying fast-moving combined arms forces of classic Blitzkrieg

Through the work of joined arms in move fighting, quick assault endeavors to unbalance the adversary by making it hard for it to react to the persistently changing front, at that point rout it in a decisive Vernichtungsschlacht (clash of demolition).

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