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Author Topic: Rear Guard Action at Kobrin, June 23rd, 1941  (Read 2763 times)

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« on: 19 April 2009, 20:04:08 »

I'm starting to put together the first battle scearnio in a custom campaign I'm doing on the 3rd Pz Div.  This is a campaign for Matrix Game's Panzer Command: Kharkov Game.

I've identified a number of engagements I plan to model, the first being Kobrin.

From my research, the engagement at Kobrin I'm modeling, involved KG Lewinski, (I Bn/6th Pz Rgt, I Bn/394th Mot Inf Rgt, Recon Bn).  Opposed by elements of the 30th Soviet Tank Division (from the Sov XIV Mech Corp).  KG Lewinski advanced from east of Kobrin along the Brest-Minsk road (after crossing the Bug south of Brest).  The Sov Tnk Div was fighting a rear guard action with T-26's and BT tanks to enable the HQ of the Sov. 4th Army to escape to the escape (which they did for the time being).

However, I don't have any sketch maps of the actual engagement, so I can't say exactly where it took place.  Also I don't have details of which units of the 30th Tank Division took part. 

If anyone has any details of this action, I'd appreciate the information. 

I will probably post a similar query on another site or two, but if I don't find information, I'll continue with what I have, assuming the the thrust of KG Lewinki was toward the bridge across the Mukhavets on west side of Kobrin and the the engamenet took place just west of there.

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