The conditions for the Soviet partisan movement deployment in 1941 – the beginning of 1942


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The initial stage of the Soviet-German military confrontation during the period of World
War II turned out to be extremely unsuccessful for the Soviet part. Just the same situation was
with the deployment of the Soviet partisan struggle in the enemy rear. The domination of the
offensive strategy during the prewar period, imposing the responsibility for management and
organizing the partisan movement on party structures, the presence of a significant amount of
the population unsatisfied with the Soviet state and ready for cooperation with occupation
authorities are the main factors which caused the defeat of Soviet partisans in 1941. The
current article is devoted to examining the issues mentioned above.[/restab]

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