Re: "Ivan's War, 1939-1945"
I've often wondered what % young Russian men who were 20 in 1941 survived the war. Those who were 20 in 1941 would soon be in be in combat for nearly four straight years. The chances of surviving the war would be low for these young men if they were in combat units the entire time.
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