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Russia. A Marshal of the Soviet Union and a Marshal of Poland, Konstantin Konstantinovitch Rokossovsky (1896-1968). He was one of the top commanders during WW2. During the Battle of Stalingrad Rokossovsky, commanding the Don Front, led the northern wing of the Soviet counter-attack that encircled Paulus' Sixth Army and won the decisive victory of the Soviet-German war. During the final phase, Rokossovsky's troops linked with the British while Berlin fell to the Russians.

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