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I. The Transcaucasian military district conducted the history from generated in May 1921ú. On the basis of the Caucasian front RKKA of Separate Caucasian army (since August 1923ú. - Caucasian Краснознаменной armies). In Caucasian Краснознаменную army connections and parts of 11-th army, and also national shooting divisions (Georgian, Armenian, Azerbaijan) ** have entered, mainly. With 1924-25ú.ú. A basis of armies Caucasian Краснознаменной armies made territorial prime divisions, with 1930ú.
With 1924-25ú.ú. A basis of armies Caucasian Краснознаменной armies made territorial prime divisions, with 1930ú. Focused on actions in mountain conditions and transformed in горнострелковые
Hi Buckshot06. Could you also include the source if online so if I gave fixing this a go, I have the Russian original? Cheers-- mrg3105mrg3105 22:40, 5 January 2008 (UTC)
Not online - A.G. Lenskii (А. Г. Ленский), Сухопутные силы РККА в предвоенные годы. Справочник. — Санкт-Петербург Б&К, 2000, p.151 How do you translate the book's title, though? Buckshot06 (talk) 23:21, 5 January 2008 (UTC)
Nakhichevan was part of Azerbaijan SSR and today its part of Azerbaijan, but in this article it was shown as part of Armenia SSR which is wrong so I corrected this Baku87 (talk) 08:05, 10 May 2008 (UTC)
No. The 75th Motor Rifle Division in Nakhichevan was shown as belonging to the Fourth Army. You incorrectly moved to an army who happened to have its headquarters in Azerbaijan. The Soviet Army did not take account of all republic boundaries in their command structures. Please be more careful next time. Buckshot06(prof) 23:55, 5 September 2009 (UTC)