Dnieper-Carpathian strategic offensive (24 December 1943 - 17 April 1944) to carry out the troops 1, 2, 3 rd and 4 th Ukrainian Front, with the participation in the final stage of the 2nd Byelorussian Front. Continued 116 days. It led to the release of Right-Bank Ukraine. Leningrad-Novgorod strategic offensive operation (4 December 1943 - March 1, 1944) is known as the first hit Stalin in 1944 the Red Army. Conducts the Leningrad, Volkhov and 2nd Baltic fronts in cooperation with the Baltic Fleet. It continued 48 days. Leningrad was spared from the fascist blockade of the occupiers liberated Leningrad, Novgorod region, part of the Kalinin region and some parts of Estonia.