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|Battle of Voronezh (1943)|
|Part of World War II|
|Commanders and leaders|
|327,900 men, 960 tanks||987,000 men, 2,100 tanks|
|Casualties and losses|
|58,000 dead, wounded, missing, about 20,000 taken prisoner||about 75,000 overall|
The 1943 battle of Voronezh (often credited in Russian as the liberation of Voronezh (освобождение Воронежа)) was a Soviet counter-offensive on recapturing the city of Voronezh during the Ostrogozhsk-Rossoshansk and Voronezh-Kastornensk operations on the Eastern Front of World War II. The Nazis had captured the city in a 1942 battle.
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