The second Nemesis DLC option highlights the Lvov Offensive. Although Operation Bagration proved so successful that it went down into history books as the offensive that broke the Wehrmacht's back, it wasn't the most powerful Red Army strike planned during the summer of 1944. That honor goes to the Lvov-Sandomierz operation. The double name refers to the Ukrainian city that provided the starting point, while the second title applies to the bridgehead established across the Vistula in Poland. While the Wehrmacht's reserves were hurriedly transferred to Belarussia to counter Bagration, the Soviets shipped even more firepower to the Lvov area: three tank armies and one cavalry-mechanized group.An experienced division formed by the battles of Kursk and Bryansk, the 10-y Gv. Tank. Korpus (10th Guards Tank Corps) spearheaded the assault at the start of the Lvov-Sandomierz Operation. The attached 51st Independent Motorcycle Regiment, with its captured German equipment, acted as the vanguard. The 10-y Gv. Tank. Korpus has access to the T-34/76 and the more potent T-34/85, while several lend-lease Valentine III and SU-57 can be found with its powerful recon forces. The battlegroup's roster also features half a dozen Tiger E (T-6 Tigr) and Panther A (T-5 Pantera) tanks. The corps main drawback lies with its AA, limited to 37mm AA guns and quad-Maxim, forcing it to rely on its air force for cover.