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The Battle of Ptolemaida refers to two distinct engagements, the first around the village of Sotir north of Ptolemaida and the second around the village of Proasteion south of Ptolemaida, both fought on 13 April 1941 during the German invasion of Greece. These battles were delaying actions fought by Allied units under the overall command of the British 1st Armoured Brigade against the German 9th Panzer Division, to cover the Allied withdrawal from their positions at Klidi and Mt. Vermion toward the new defensive line of Mt.Olympus - river Aliakmon - Mt. Siniatsikon.

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  • The Battle of Ptolemaida refers to two distinct engagements, the first around the village of Sotir north of Ptolemaida and the second around the village of Proasteion south of Ptolemaida, both fought on 13 April 1941 during the German invasion of Greece. These battles were delaying actions fought by Allied units under the overall command of the British 1st Armoured Brigade against the German 9th Panzer Division, to cover the Allied withdrawal from their positions at Klidi and Mt. Vermion toward the new defensive line of Mt.Olympus - river Aliakmon - Mt. Siniatsikon.
  • Bataille de Ptolemaïda Seconde Guerre mondiale,Bataille de Grèce Batailles Campagne des BalkansInvasion de l'Albanie · Guerre italo-grecque · Invasion de la Yougoslavie · Opération Châtiment · Bataille de Grèce · Opération Abstention · Bataille de Crète Campagnes d'Afrique, du Moyen-Orient et de Méditerranée Front d'Europe de l'Ouest Front d'Europe de l'Est Bataille de l'Atlantique Guerre du Pacifique Guerre sino-japonaise
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  • Bataille de Ptolemaïda Seconde Guerre mondiale,Bataille de Grèce Batailles Campagne des BalkansInvasion de l'Albanie · Guerre italo-grecque · Invasion de la Yougoslavie · Opération Châtiment · Bataille de Grèce · Opération Abstention · Bataille de Crète Campagnes d'Afrique, du Moyen-Orient et de Méditerranée Front d'Europe de l'Ouest Front d'Europe de l'Est Bataille de l'Atlantique Guerre du Pacifique Guerre sino-japonaise La bataille de Ptolemaïda fait référence à deux engagements distincts : le premier autour du village de de Sotir au nord de Ptolemaïda et le second autour du village de Proasteion au sud de Ptolemaïda, livrés le 13 avril 1941 pendant la bataille de Grèce. Des unités alliées sous le commandement de la 1re brigade blindée britannique ont retardé la progression de la 9e Panzerdivision allemande afin de couvrir le retrait des Alliés de leurs positions à Kleidi et du mont Vermion vers la nouvelle ligne défensive établie sur le mont Olympe - fleuve Aliakmon - mont Siniatsikon.
  • The Battle of Ptolemaida refers to two distinct engagements, the first around the village of Sotir north of Ptolemaida and the second around the village of Proasteion south of Ptolemaida, both fought on 13 April 1941 during the German invasion of Greece. These battles were delaying actions fought by Allied units under the overall command of the British 1st Armoured Brigade against the German 9th Panzer Division, to cover the Allied withdrawal from their positions at Klidi and Mt. Vermion toward the new defensive line of Mt.Olympus - river Aliakmon - Mt. Siniatsikon.
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  • 2 self-propelled AT guns
  • 30 tanks and guns lost
  • 80 tanks destroyed or abandoned
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  • German victory
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  • Brig. H.V.S. Charrington
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