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Russian maps from World War 2

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RKKA in World War 2 has an extensive collective of maps from the Second World War, depicting Russian and German army positions and movements for various battles. The maps are mostly in Russian and are organized chronologically. The maps do not follow any set standards and vary in quality and size. A great site for the World War 2 history buff. As well as maps, the site hosts photos and information on uniforms and equipment.

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