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Michael Avanzini
USA
Thanks for your 1941 rifle division corrections.

Philippe Carmoy
Normandy, France
Many thanks for your assistance.

Craig Crofoot
Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Thank you for your 1941 aviation material.

Evgeniy Drig
Moscow, Russia
Please visit his site at Механизированные   корпуса   РККА - unfortunately for me - in Russian.

Anders Frankson
Stockholm, Sweden
Many thanks for your big input.

Valera Potapov
Moscow, Russia
Thank you for your assistance.

Marek Suplat
Poland
Thank you for your Soviet Navy data.

Baryatinskii, M. & Kolomiets, M.
"Legkii Tank BT-7"
Modelist Konstruktor, Moscow 1996.

Baryatinskii, M. & Kolomiets, M.
"Legkie Tanki BT-2 i BT-5"
Modelist Konstruktor, Moscow 1995.

Feskov V. I., Kalashnikov K. A., Golikov V. I.
"Krasnaya Armya v pobedakh i srazhenyakh 1941–1945 gg."
Tomsk, 2003

Glantz, David M.
"August Storm: The Soviet 1945 Strategic Offensive in Manchuria"
Leavenworth Papers No. 7
Combat Studies Institute
US Command and General Staff College
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1983

Glantz, David M.
"Initial Period of the War on the East Front: June–August 1941"
Frank Cass, Portland, Oregon, 1993

Glantz, David M.
"Stumbling Colossus"
University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, 1998

Heydorn, Volker D.
"Der sowjetische Aufmarsch im Bialystoker Balkon ... "
Wehrwissenschaften, München, 1989

Kalashnikov, K. A. , et al,
"Krasnaya Armiya v Iune 1941 goda"
[The Red Army in June 1941]
Tomsk, Tomsk State University Publishing House, 2001.
Updated in 2007.

Kolomiets, M.
"Tyazhelyi Tank T-35"
Modelist Konstruktor, Moscow 1996.

Lenskii, A. G., Tsybin, M. M..
"Pervaya sotnya: Strelkovye, Gornostrelkovye, Motostrelkovye, Motorizovannye Divizii RKKA Gruppy Nomerov 1–100 (1920–1945 gg.) Sprabochnik."
[The First Hundred: Rifle, Mountain, Motorized Rifle, Motorized Divisions of the RKKA numbers group 1–100 (1920–1945) Handbook]
Saint-Petersburg, 2003.

Markheva, V. I. Major et al,
"Komandovanie Korpusnogo i Divizionnogo Zvena Sovetskikh Vooruzhennikh Sil Perioda Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voini 1941–1945 gg."
[Commanders of the Corps and Divisional Units of the Soviet Armed Forces in the Period of the Great Patriotic War 1941–1945]
Moscow, Military Academy in the name of M. V. Frunze, 1964.

Sharp, Charles C.
"The Soviet Order of Battle, World War II "
Vols. 112
Nafziger, West Chester, Ohio, 1995–1998.

Voenno-Istoricheskkii Zhurnal (Military History Journal)
Vols. 6-1978, 7-1988, 8-1988, 11-1988, 7-1989.

Unknown Authors.
"Perechen No. 5: Strelkovykh, Gornostrelkovykh, Motostrelkovykh I Motoizovannykh Divizii, Vkhodiviikh v Sostav Deistvuyuschei Armii v gody Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny 1941–1945 gody."
[List No. 5: Rifle, Mountain Rifle, Motorized Rifle and Motorized Divisions, included in the Composition of the Active Army in the years of the Great Patriotic War 1941–1945.]
Moscow, 1956.
 
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