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  • Armament and military equipment. Production and loss

    you'll need to use translate..Armament and military equipment. Production and loss..Tactical and technical details of weapons and military equipment produced in the USSR on the eve of the war of 1941-1945., Are given in Tables 177, 178, 179 (according to the main and central directorates of the Ministry of Defense).

    http://www.soldat.ru/doc/casualties/...er5_13_09.html

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    Russian equipment losses in WWII were so severe many revisionists are refusing to believe so they're rejecting the figures. In 1944 the production of the IL-2 Sturmovik was over 1,000 ships per month. Even that staggering number was barely enough to keep up with the attrition rate which, during particularly bad months, approached 1,000 totaled aircraft monthly. That's more than the total peacetime inventory of aircraft of all types of many European air forces.

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    --Frederick II, King of Prussia

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      AT the same time the Germans were producing about 3000 fighters per month,... and losing about the same. Aircraft were destroyed in their thousands every month throughout the war in every theatre. The only place where one's side did not suffer heavy losses was the Allied air forces in the Pacific and CBI.
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