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. . .Stubborn Soviet resistance, at some points from prepared positions, but often improvised lines, met the German advance from the East Prussian border to Tauroggen. As the Germansí advance pushed near the city, a rapid assault was necessary to prevent the Soviets from demolishing the bridges over the Jura River. Kampfgruppe Westhoven dispatched a column of armoured halftracks and motorized infantry, supported by tanks to storm Tauroggen. Waiting for them behind hastily constructed roadblocks and in fortified houses were the defenders of the 125th Rifle Division. German pioneers with demolition charges and flamethrowers were called forward to assist in flushing out the tenacious defenders, clearing the way for the armoured spearheads.
Attacker: German (Kampfgruppe Westhoven, 1.Panzerdivision)