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Battle of Bereza Kartuska (1919)
Part of Polish-Soviet War
DateFebruary 16, 1919 [1]
LocationNear Bereza Kartuska, near Brzesc, Belarus
Result Polish victory
Belligerents
Flag of Poland.svg Poland Flag of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (1918–1937).svg Bolshevist Russia
Commanders and leaders
Unknown Unknown
Strength
62 Unknown
Casualties and losses
Unknown 80 captured


Polish-Soviet & Lithuanian-Soviet Wars in 1919: Polish & Lithuanian counterattacks.

Battle of Bereza Kartuska was one of the first clashes between the organised forces of the Second Polish Republic and Soviet Russia and considered by some historians the first battle of the Polish-Soviet War.[1]

On February 14 or February 16, 1919, 57 Polish soldiers and 5 officers attacked Soviet forces in the town of Biaroza (Polish language: Bereza ), a small city to the east of Brzesc capturing 80 soldiers of the Red Army.

References[]

Inline
  1. 1.0 1.1 For controversies about the naming and dating of this conflict, refer to the section devoted to this subject in the Polish-Soviet War article.

See also[]

  • Battle of Manewicze, another small battle on the same day

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