Battle of Laagna
|Battle of Laagna|
|Part of the Estonian War of Independence|
|Commanders and leaders|
|220 men||? men|
|Casualties and losses|
In the morning the Estonians and Finns took Laagna village with a surprise attack and pushed the Red Army out. Against the Estonian mariners and Finnish volunteers (220 men altogether) were two regiments of Red Army infantry, two armored trains and some cavalry. The Russians repeatedly attacked the Estonian and Finnish positions with armored trains but were unable to capture Laagna and were driven back with heavy losses. The Estonian Mariners and Finns lost four troops killed, 21 wounded and three captured.
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