3rd Baltic Front
The 3rd Baltic Front (Russian: 3- й Прибалтийский фронт ) was a United Federation of Red Army in World War II and was formed on 18 April 1944 from the headquarters of the 20th Army to the armies of the south wing of the Leningrad Front ( 42, 54. , and to lead 67th Army ). Later, the 1st Shock Army and the 61st Army and the 10th Panzer Corps and 2nd Guards Artillery Division were added. In addition, the front had Independent units and units.
As of July 17, 1944 the 3rd Baltic Front attacked as part of the Pskov - Ostrower on operation towards Ostrov - Pskov and continue towards Valga. Then the front attacked the northwest and took in September 1944 Tartu. Then the front supported the attack of the 2nd Baltic Front in Riga. After the conquest of Riga the 3rd Baltic Front was dissolved on 16 October 1944.
- Colonel General (from July 1944 Army General ) II Maslennikov
- Lieutenant-General MW Rudakov ( Member of the Military Council )
- Lieutenant General WR Waschke Malevich (Chief of Staff ).
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- Military Association in World War II