November 24, This day during the World War ll

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November 24, 1944 – The Baltic Offensive also known as the Baltic Strategic Offensive, denotes the campaign between the northern Fronts of the Red Army and the German Army Group North in the Baltic States during the autumn of 1944. The result of the series of battles was the isolation and encirclement of the Army Group North in the Courland Pocket and Soviet re-occupation of the Baltic States. In common with other Soviet strategic offensives, the Baltic Offensive covers a number of operational level operations and individual Front offensive operations: The Riga Offensive (Russian: Рижская наступательная операция) (14 September-24 October 1944) was carried out by the 3rd and 2nd Baltic Fronts and cleared the coast of the Gulf of Riga. The Tallinn Offensive (Russian: Таллинская наступательная операция) (17–26 September 1944) was carried out by the Leningrad Front to drive German forces from Estonia. The Moonsund Landing Operation (Russian: Моонзундская десантная операция) (27 September-24 November…

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