While I rarely search for information on the Soviet-German front, I have once again come across a nice battle article that is sadly lacking maps. And once again I have found other maps that can be put to that purpose --why else would I post here. Here's the article: On the role of the 8th Mechanized Corps in the June 1941 counteroffensive mounted by the South-Western Front - ENGLISH.BATTLEFIELD.RU - ENGLISH.BATTLEFIELD.RU Here's the source for the situation map (AMVAS site). http://www.armchairgeneral.com/rkkaww2/maps/1941SW/Frontier/S_SW_June_22_July_9_41.jpg http://www.ww2talk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=75826&stc=1&d=1331145691 The battle map for the first counterattack is from Google Maps. I surmise the difference in spelling is the use of Latin characters in Russian(text) versus Ukraine(map). http://www.ww2talk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=75827&stc=1&d=1331145691 Since I was not able to identify the towns with any certainty (Pelcha, etc.), I have not included a battle map for the second counter attack. But the general area is between Brody and Dubno. Pan southwest to L'viv and use the '+' button to zoom in. Brody is northeast of L'viv. Map detect I would like more information on the second counterattack. While the enemy losses were probably over estimated, the presence of T-34's and KV's lends some credit to the reports. If anybody knows of additional sources (from either side) in books or on the web please post.