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'''Etelän rintama''' oli [[Puna-armeija]]n [[toinen maailmansota|toisen maailmansodan]] [[rintama (Puna-armeija)|rintama]], joka muodostettiin ensimmäisen kerran [[25. kesäkuuta]] [[1941]] [[Odessa]]n erityissotilaspiiristä. Se hajoitettiin [[28. heinäkuuta]] [[1942]]. Rintama muodostettiin uudelleen [[1. tammikuuta]] [[1943]] [[Stalingradin rintama]]sta. Se uudelleennimettiin [[4. Ukrainan rintama]]ksi [[20. lokakuuta]] [[1943]].<ref name="fronten">{{Verkkoviite | Tekijä=Auke de Vlieger | Nimeke=De Slag om Stalingrad - Fronten | Ajankohta= | Osoite=http://www.stalingradbattle.nl/oostfront/fronten.htm | Julkaisija= | Luettu=3.4. 2007 | Kieli= {{nl}} }}</ref>
 
Malinovskin johtama etelän rintama osallistui puna-armeijan 1941
 
 
When Germany invaded Russia in June 1941, Malinovsky was commander of the 48th Army, which was a part of the Odessa Military District, and positioned in the Moldavian town of Beltsy. He led his army with distinction throughout the difficult opening phases of the war. In August, he was promoted to Lieutenant General and made commander of 6th Army. Later that year, around December 1941, Malinovsky was made commander of the Southern Front.
 
On January 18, 1942, the Southern and Southwest Fronts launched a joint attack in the Kharkov region that was able to push the Germans back 100 kilometers. Although these gains would soon be lost, it attested to Malinovsky's skill as a commander. On July 28, Malinovsky's Southern Front was inactivated, and he was appointed commander of the 66th Army, which held positions east of Stalingrad.
 
In September, the 66th was a part of a series of offensives aimed at decreasing the pressure on General Vasily Chuikov's forces in Stalingrad. The offensive ended in October, with marginal success. In October 1942, Malinovsky was made Deputy Commander of Voronezh front. However, in December of 1942, Malinovsky was placed in command of the powerful 2nd Guards Army. This unit played an instrumental role during Operation Saturn, the encirclement and destruction of the German 6th Army, and the liberation of Stalingrad. In February 1943, Malinovsky was once again placed in command of the Southern Front, and the next month (March) he was placed in command of Southwest Front, which was renamed 3rd Ukrainian Front October 1943.
 
 
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