Creation and Combat Operations of Fighter-Sabotage Detachments of the Black Sea Group of Troops during the Second World War
Authors: Konstantin V. Taran
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This article discusses the creation and combat operations of fighter-sabotage detachments of the Black sea group of troops of the Transcaucasian Front, the purpose of which was the destruction of manpower and equipment of the troops of the Hitlerite coalition. Besides this, acting in the rear of the troops of the Third Reich, the fighter-sabotage detachments extracted valuable intelligence data.
The materials from the Central archive of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation (Podolsk, Russian Federation) were used as sources, such as final operational reports, combat logs, combat reports, certificates, reports, reports, etc. In addition, the collections of archival documents and materials, as well as research by soviet, russian and foreign authors were involved.
In conclusion, the author points out that as a result of the fighting of the fighter-sabotage detachments, the significant losses of manpower and equipment were inflicted on the troops of the Third Reich, as well as valuable intelligence documents were seized.