Battle of Lenningrad
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The Germans were determined to take Leningrad, as was planned in the Barbarossa operation.
The Soviets implemented a scorched-earn policy until they reached Leningrad.
The German plan was to starve the city. The inhabitants began to eat dogs crows, rats, and animal feed.
Despite the fact that One million people had died the city refused to fall.
The Germans were delayed and so unprepared for a russian winter. Hitler issued a no retreat for Leningrad and Moscow in 1941 des[ite heavy losses.
In January, 1944 the siege of Leningrad is declared over by soviet leader Stalin as over.
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