1944

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Partisans of the Chernak detachment of the Stalin brigade of the Brest formation. Belarus, 1944
Military doctor Maslov B.A. with his wife and daughter. Poland, 09/20/1944 
 Maslov B.A. - military doctor of the 3rd rank, head of the Brest military hospital No. 2396 of district subordination, participant in the defense of the Brest fortress in June 1941, participant in the partisan movement in Western Ukraine in 1943-1944.
Brest fortress after its liberation. July 28, 1944
 Photo is taken from a plane by V.A.Tyominб photo reporter of “Izvestia” newspaper
Fighter of the 1st Soviet partisan regiment S.B. Nurijanyan Southern France, 1944.
Soldiers of the 1st Soviet partisan regiment. France, 1944
Evacuation of a battle-scarred aircraft
Soviet troops cross the river at Batina, the Battle of Batina 1944
Soviet troops cross the river at Batina, the Battle of Batina 1944
Soviet troops cross the river at Batina, the Battle of Batina 1944
Unknown officers of the Red Army in Yugoslavia
Observatory in the village of Simeiz, blown up by the Germans. Simeiz, 1944
General view of the railway terminal in Sevastopol. 1944
View of the Marine Terminal destroyed by the Germans and embankment of Evpatoria. Crimea, 1944
Units of Soviet artillery after breakthrough of the enemy defenses are moving to new combat positions behind the Turkish rampart. Isthmus of Perekop, 1944
Scout Sergeant I. Goncharov (left), Major Ali Safar Oglu Bagirov (center) and Commander of the 125th Melitopol Mortar Regiment Lieutenant Colonel M. Kostoglod (right) at an observation post near the Turkish rampart. Isthmus of Perekop, 1944
Destruction caused by the Germans in the town of Armyansk. Crimea, 1944
Destruction caused by the Germans in the town of Armyansk. Crimea, 1944
Destruction caused by the Germans in the town of Armyansk. Crimea, 1944
Soviet soldiers moving to a new position. Armyansk, April 1944
Soldiers who arrived on ships at dusk land on the Crimean coast near Kerch. 1944
Submachine gunners are moving to the firing position. Kerch Peninsula, 1944
Partisans of the Chernak detachment of the Stalin brigade of the Brest formation. Belarus, 1944
Military doctor Maslov B.A. with his wife and daughter. Poland, 09/20/1944 
 Maslov B.A. - military doctor of the 3rd rank, head of the Brest military hospital No. 2396 of district subordination, participant in the defense of the Brest fortress in June 1941, participant in the partisan movement in Western Ukraine in 1943-1944.
Brest fortress after its liberation. July 28, 1944
 Photo is taken from a plane by V.A.Tyominб photo reporter of “Izvestia” newspaper
Fighter of the 1st Soviet partisan regiment S.B. Nurijanyan Southern France, 1944.
Soldiers of the 1st Soviet partisan regiment. France, 1944
Evacuation of a battle-scarred aircraft
Soviet troops cross the river at Batina, the Battle of Batina 1944
Soviet troops cross the river at Batina, the Battle of Batina 1944
Soviet troops cross the river at Batina, the Battle of Batina 1944
Unknown officers of the Red Army in Yugoslavia
Observatory in the village of Simeiz, blown up by the Germans. Simeiz, 1944
General view of the railway terminal in Sevastopol. 1944
View of the Marine Terminal destroyed by the Germans and embankment of Evpatoria. Crimea, 1944
Units of Soviet artillery after breakthrough of the enemy defenses are moving to new combat positions behind the Turkish rampart. Isthmus of Perekop, 1944
Scout Sergeant I. Goncharov (left), Major Ali Safar Oglu Bagirov (center) and Commander of the 125th Melitopol Mortar Regiment Lieutenant Colonel M. Kostoglod (right) at an observation post near the Turkish rampart. Isthmus of Perekop, 1944
Destruction caused by the Germans in the town of Armyansk. Crimea, 1944
Destruction caused by the Germans in the town of Armyansk. Crimea, 1944
Destruction caused by the Germans in the town of Armyansk. Crimea, 1944
Soviet soldiers moving to a new position. Armyansk, April 1944
Soldiers who arrived on ships at dusk land on the Crimean coast near Kerch. 1944
Submachine gunners are moving to the firing position. Kerch Peninsula, 1944

Observatory in the village of Simeiz, blown up by the Germans. Simeiz, 1944

Симеизская обсерватория, взорванная немцами. пос. Симеиз, 1944 г. Автор Н. Репников. РГАКФД.
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