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  1. #21
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    IS-2 Streets of Berlin



    Description
    Soviet IS-2 on the streets of Berlin, the hart of fascism.. Note the white stripe on the turret of the tank. Since 1945 all the soviet tanks which fighting on the enemys cities were painted with the special white stripes to discern them from the enemy vechicles.The same was in Budapest 1956 and Prague 1968.

    ZSU MGMC



    Description
    2 Soviet ZSU M17 MGMC

    Soviet 76mm Sherman



    Description
    Soviet 76mm Sherman Tank

  2. #22
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    Pilot





    Soviet T34/76



    Description
    T34/76 and tank riders


    1945



    Description
    Soviet soldier on German territory 1945

  3. #23
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    DOGMINE (Museum)



    Description
    The first method we devised did not involve the sacrifice of animal: the dog was carrying a bomb in a harness on his back with a timer, he loosened the dog, already trained, headed the German Panzer low, his mouth pulled a rope to drop the bomb, after the dog turned to the Russian positions, however, the move proved to be very difficult for dogs, often returning to their trenches without having left the pump with the danger that implies for the troops and their own coaches. So decided to simplify the idea. The bombs carried on the back now had a kind of fuse wood contact with the fuselage tank exploded taking with Panzer and dog. In August 1941 the first of the 30 dogs were ready to pump into combat, although the Soviets were going to buy dogs that his idea of suicide bombers was not as easy to implement. Once in combat, the dogs, who had been trained with Soviet tanks were parked, they're afraid of the tanks in motion, in addition to the Panzer worked with gasoline and they were accustomed to the smell of diesel of Russian tanks and so can you imagine that tanks were his favorites, of the 30 dogs, only four managed to detonate their bombs near the German tanks, six became frightened by the sight of their own lines, even with the bombs on his back, causing dozens of casualties themselves and remaining 20 were victims of the shooting Germans and Soviets. Saludos Jorge

    Colonel Goryunov captured



    Description
    Colonel Goryunov, commander of the Soviet 29th Tank Corps of the 5th Guard Tank Army, wounded and captured during the Kursk battles, July 1943.

    DOGMINE


    Description
    A mine headed to a tank they were training the dogs feeding them beneath tanks

  4. #24
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    "They Stormed Berlin"



    Description
    Hope this isn't a repost. Image claims to be from end of war period as title with it suggests. What I find interesting is the mix of submachineguns being shown.

    Oath


    Description
    Soviet soldier swears an oath to the 509th-3rd Guards Artillery Regiment 1942

    Battle for Stalingrad



    Description
    Lieutenant-General Pavel Ivanovich Batov 1942

  5. #25
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    Petr Husak



    Description
    Petr Husak - 2nd Ukrainian Front, Budapest January 27 1945

    R.I.P.


    Description
    Go to hell.... or heaven .... Saludos Jorge

    Russian Resistance



    Description
    Women palyed a vital role in disrupting the rear area of supplies.

  6. #26
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    ZIS-5



    Description
    The famous ZIS-5 carrys amunition to the front. Camoflage. These were no where near relable as the lend lease Studebakers.


    Petlyakov Pe-2 bombers



    Description
    These were built between 1941 and 1945


    Grief


    Description
    A grief stricken woman in Odessa Ukraine. 1941

  7. #27
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    Berlin Battle



    Description
    Soviet forces at Berlin Salu2 Jorge .ISU-152 "Zveroboy" on the front.That heavy armored self-propelled howitz were used against german tanks and fortified artillery points with great success.

    Youn Soso




    Description
    sure it is seated at the right of the devil giving advice salu2 Jorge

    Infantry



    These are Soviet Naval Infantry, not to be confused with "Marines". Probably assigned to an Anti-tank Rifle Platoon; note the number of anti-tank grenades as well as the two AT rifles. Their tunics appear to be a mix of modified shoulderboards added

  8. #28
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    Boy Soldiers



    Description
    Soviet Boy Soldiers armed with a machine-gun and PPSH-41

    ISU-152


    Description
    Soviet ISU-152 Assault Gun

    Soviet Lieutenant



    Description
    Soviet Lieutenant SE Kazhdan - killed 25 enemy soldier's

  9. #29
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    KV-1 Tank



    Description
    Wrecked KV-1 tank, Stalingrad, Russia, Aug 1942. God Bless, Sgt.Kew

    Po - 2 . Leningrad front . Summer 1942


    Description
    A photo of Po-2 airplane flying to partisans . The Russian word ПАРТИЗАН on the fuselage means partisan .



    In the middle of the Russian Dust



    Description
    under attack...

  10. #30
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    Jakov Djugashvili Stalin



    Description
    ...After the battle of Stalingrad, Hitler suggested through the Swedish Red Cross that Jakov be exchanged for Field Marshal Paulus. Stalin refused, saying: “A marshal would not be exchanged for a lieutenant”. Hitler’s counter proposition to exchange Jakov for Hitler’s nephew Leo Raubal was not accepted either. (Jakov never got along with his dad, who called him a “mere cobbler.”) Djugashvili died on the electrified wire of Sachenhausen concentration camp on 14 April 1943, below. Much controversy surrounded the death. Some believe it was suicide, others a failed escape attempt. Some saw the dirty hand of the German SS behind. After the war, in an uncharacteristic move, Stalin offered a $250,000 reward in East Germany to anyone who could provide details of how Jakov died. In 1945, U.S. and British intelligence teams found a letter by Heinrich Himmler on details of the failed escape attempt and attached was the below picture of young Stalin stretched out on the camp fence. They decided, however, to withhold the information from Stalin in order to spare him any personal pain.

    Jakov Djugashvili Stalin x2



    Description
    Stalin’s son, Jakov Djugashvili Stalin was an engineer by profession, During the Second World War, he served as a senior lieutenant and battery commander of the 14th Howitzer Regiment, attached to the 14th Tank Division and was captured on 16 July 1941 near Vitebsk by the Nazis. On discovering that their prisoner was Stalin’s son, the Germans attempted to exploit him for propaganda purposes, but did not succeed. Refusing privileges, he asked to remain with the rank-and-file soldiers. In all the photographs of jakov, he deliberately refuses to look directly at the camera. This didn’t prevent the Germans from leafletting to Red Army soldiers “Do not shed your blood for Stalin! He has already fled to Samara! His own son has surrendered! If Stalin’s son is saving his own skin, then you are not obliged to sacrifice yourself either!”

    KV-1



    Description
    Abandoned Russian KV-1 Heavy tank being inspected by a German soldier.

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