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While it marked the furthest Russian forces would ever get to the West during the war, it was a tactical Russian victory - but their strategic defeat.
- Spencer Tucker, Priscilla Mary Roberts, World War I: Encyclopedia, ABC-CLIO, 2005, ISBN 1-85109-420-2, Google Print, p.379
- James L. Stokesbury, A Short History of World War I, HarperCollins, 1981, ISBN 0-688-00129-7, Google Print, p.72
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