Battle of Narva 1944 – Tannenberg line defence and battle of the Blue hills

The battle of the blue hills was a part of the battle for Narva. Defending the Tannenberg line was Felix Steiner’s III SS corps with volunteer units from Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Norway and Estonia. Assaulting the line was the Russian 2nd Shock army. Could the SS defenders beat of the 6 times bigger Russian force? Here’s the battle of the Tannenberg line by me The AceDestroyer!

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