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Military history records three Operation Eisbär, all conducted by the Germans in 1943. The name means Polar bear in German.
- German evacuation of the French island of Corsica on 3 October 1943.
- The German amphibious and airborne landings on the British and Italian-held Greek island of Kos on 3 October.
- An anti-partisan operation conducted in January 1943 in the area between Bryansk and Dmitriyev-Lgovsky, Russia.
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