The Battle of Kock was the final battle in the invasion of Poland at the beginning of World War II in Europe. It took place between 2–5 October 1939, near the town of Kock, in Poland.: 12, 84 Monument dedicated to General Kleeberg in Kock The Polish Independent Operational Group Polesie, led by General Franciszek Kleeberg, fought the German XIV Motorized Corps, led by General Gustav Anton von Wietersheim.
La batalla de Kock fue la última batalla de la campaña de Polonia al comienzo de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Tuvo lugar entre el 2 y el 5 de octubre de 1939, cerca de la localidad de Kock, Polonia. En la batalla se enfrentaron el Grupo Operativo Independiente Polesie, del ejército polaco, comandado por el general Franciszek Kleeberg, contra el XIV Cuerpo Motorizado del ejército alemán, dirigido por el general Gustav von Wietersheim.
There were at least four important battles fought in the vicinity of Kock, Poland: Battle of Kock (1809) fought during the Napoleonic Wars; Battle of Kock (1920) fought during the Polish–Soviet War; Battle of Kock (1939) during the German invasion of Poland; Battle of Kock (1944) fought during Operation Tempest (World War II)
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Bringing this page to something comprehensible is going to be a long drawn out process, if anybody knows anything about the subject and wants to take charge, please declare it. The original author has put so much hard work into this it would be a pity to abandon it, but it is possible some of the original is going to be lost in 'translation'. We ne...
The opening paragraph says the battle lasted from September 1-27 but the info boc says it was from October 2-6. Which one is it? Red4tribe (talk) 18:24, 18 June 2008 (UTC) 1. The article was vandalized. This has been fixed. Thanks for the observation, --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus|talk 18:51, 18 June 2008 (UTC)
Failed due to insufficient citations. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus|talk to me21:51, 4 May 2012 (UTC)
Although Polish forces fought valiantly and inflicted great damage to Germans, in the end entire unit (17000 men) surrendered. How this can be called victory? If sources used in the article write about "Polish tactical victory", then why not, but it should be referenced. It looks really weird otherwise. Pavlor (talk) 14:51, 9 September 2016 (UTC)
The Battle of Kockwas the final battle in the invasion of Polandat the beginning of World War II in Europe. It took place between 2–5 October 1939, near the town of Kock, in Poland. : 12, 84 . Monument dedicated to General Kleeberg in Kock. Final battle of the Nazi invasion of Poland, World War II.