High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Operation Kutuzov was a
military operation by the Red Army in its fight against the German
Wehrmacht during World War II. It was named after Mikhail
Illarionovich Kutuzov, the Tsarist General credited with saving
Russia from defeat during the invasion by Napoleon in 1812. The
Operation began on 12 July and ended on 18 August 1943 with the
destruction of the Orel bulge, in which the Western and Bryansk
fronts defeated the 2nd Panzer Army in its fortified positions
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