Typical Soviet Abbreviations
Some typical coding of Soviet military maps and battle schemes
Abbreviations of units
* - Units defending the Brest Fortress belonged mostly to the 4th Army
Check also Moscow counter-offensive1942
Check also Moscow
Counter-offensive 1942 .
*1 - Later this division was directly subordinated to the 20th Army HQ
*2 - Could be already transferred to the 69th RC/20th Army
*3 - Legend: Soviet positions on the end of June 22'41; on the end of June 27; Last defense centers.
*5 - OOB: 17th, 113th, 322nd Rifle Regiments,
154th Howitzer Regiment, 133rd Light Artillery Regiment, Mortar Battalion, Supply units.
*6 - Operated in the 32nd Rfl.Div/5th Army's area. Company commander - Lt. M.S. Sobetsky total German losses - 4 tanks and ~120 men
BrF - Bryansk Front
CF - Central Front
GRD - Guards Rifle Division
KF- Kalinin Front
MC - Mechanised Corps
MD - Motorised Division
NRBde - Naval Rifle Brigade
RBde- Rifle Brigade
RC - Rifle Corps
SA - Shock Army
SWF - South-Western Front
WF - Western Front
WSMD - Western Special Military District
"Taktika v boyevykh primerakh. Batalion", Moskva, Voyenizdat, 1974 (cited from docs.vif2.ru).