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Rösselsprung (which refers to the Knight's Move in chess) was the code-name given to two German operations in World War II:
- Operation Rösselsprung (1942) The planned attack by Tirpitz and other surface vessels against arctic convoy PQ-17 in 1942
- Operation Rösselsprung (1944) The German-led operation to kill or capture Josip Broz Tito at Drvar, Yugoslavia in May 1944
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