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Over the Wire

Reds Level 27,500 Nezis

By United Press.

MOSCOW--Russian forces stormed deep into the heart of German defense systems west of Moscow and Stalingrad yesterday, capturing many forts and villages, the Red Army reported today in communiques revealing that 2,500 more Axis troops had been killed on the two fronts.

An announcement that 20,000 Germans wore slain in the Stalingrad area since last Thursday and another 7,500 killed on the central front raised the official tabulation of dead and wounded in the twin offensives to 155,300.

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