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"Report

On the supplies of Guards tank units, attached to the 64th Army by order of the Member of the State Committee of Defense of the USSR, comrade Malenkov,

As of March 6th, 1943, in days:

Name

47th GTR

27th GTB

41st GTB

8th OGTB

91st GTB

254th GTB

Bread

4

8

5

7

2

6.5

Hardtack

8

10

8

13

13.5

4.1

Whole grain flour

15

15

15

67

11

80

Tinned meat

10

15

15

9

6.5

10

Fish

15

20

15

16

10.8

24

Tinned fish

3

5

-

87

-

-

Various cereals and concentrates

12

19

19

44

11

12

Pasta

10

8

9

41

7

19

Sugar

5

4

4

28

6

6

Compound lard

15

15

15

23

14

15

Dairy butter

3

-

-

10

25

-

Salo

10

18

15

6

-

10

Vegetables

3

3

3

0.5

3.5

3

Tobacco

10

15

10

83

12

10

Matches

10

10

10

72

19

30

Rolling papers

-

-

-

-

-

-

Makhorka

10

8

10

20

5

5

Soap

8

14

10

7

5

29

Cookies

10

10

10

6

6

6

Tea

15

18

14

80

28

10

Salt

30

40

15

10

37

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Notes: a representative of the 9th Tank Regiment was summoned to receive supplies on March 8th, 1943.

The 8th OGTP (formerly 5th TP) arrived with significant leftovers and only received some types of supplies from the 64th Army warehouses.

Everybody has one day's worth of vodka.

The low levels of supplies of sugar, tobacco, tinned fish, and cookies is due to the fact that these goods are absent from the warehouse.

Chief of the Food Supplies Department of the 64th Army, Lieutenant-Colonel Ivanov."

RGASPI 644-4-1

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