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In precisely 4 weeks in the summertime of 1941 the German Wehrmacht wrought exceptional destruction on 4 Soviet armies, conquering imperative Ukraine and killing or taking pictures 3 quarters of 1000000 males. This was once the conflict of Kiev - one of many greatest and such a lot decisive battles of global struggle II and, for Hitler and Stalin, a conflict of an important significance.
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