Kharkov Operation (1942)

The Kharkiv operation, or the Second Kharkov Battle, is the fighting of the Southwestern and Right wing of the Southern Front against the German troops of the Army group "South", held May 12-29, 1942, with a view to reclaiming Kharkiv and creating favorable conditions for further advance in Dnepropetrovsk. > 21st, 28th, 38th armies of the Southwestern Front broke through the enemy's defense north and south of the city and by 19 May had developed an offensive, but the enemy managed to reach the rear of the main strike group of Soviet troops, to surround him at Barvinki and almost completely eliminated the performance. The unsuccessful completion of the operation is caused by errors of command of the Southwestern direction and the front in the assessment of the general operational and strategic situation and in the organization of the offensive. The joints of both fronts suffered heavy casualties, lost the operational bridgehead on the Seversky Donets and failed to carry out the offensive operations planned in the summer. prisoners and 106 232 wounded. The average daily casualties amounted to 15 399 servicemen [1].
Literature
Small Dictionary of Ukrainian History / Answers. ed. Valery Smoly. - Kiev: Lybid, 1997.
Notes
↑ RUSSIA AND USSR IN THE WARS OF THE XX CENTURY "OLMA-PRESS" 2001
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