1944

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Presentation of awards for the liberation of Brest
Liberation of Sevastopol from the fascist invaders
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Soviet tankers at the grave of tankers killed in June 1941 and buried by local residents (Belarus)
Collaborators and German soldiers hanged on Bessarabskaya square in Kiev
Partisans on the street of the liberated city (Belarus)
Soviet and Polish commanders on the podium during the military parade
Soviet and Polish Commanders and members of the Polish National Council
Comic competitions (Belarus)
Comic competitions (Belarus)
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
Killed German soldier (Belarus)
Presentation of awards for the liberation of Brest
Liberation of Sevastopol from the fascist invaders
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Photo from October 23, 1944, liberators - soldiers of the Danube Military Flotilla and local residents, Novi Sad, Serbia
Soviet tankers at the grave of tankers killed in June 1941 and buried by local residents (Belarus)
Collaborators and German soldiers hanged on Bessarabskaya square in Kiev
Partisans on the street of the liberated city (Belarus)
Soviet and Polish commanders on the podium during the military parade
Soviet and Polish Commanders and members of the Polish National Council
Comic competitions (Belarus)
Comic competitions (Belarus)
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
German military cemetery in Brest. The graves of German soldiers killed in the first months of the war
Killed German soldier (Belarus)

Soviet and Polish commanders on the podium during the military parade

Soviet and Polish commanders on the podium during a military parade on the occasion of a meeting of the national Council of Poland Lublin (Krajowa Rada Narodowa). Lublin From left to right: the Сommander-in-сhief of the Polish Army, General M. Zhimersky, a member of the Military Council of the 1st Belorussian front, Lieutenant General N. Bulganin, Сommander of the 1st Belorussian front, Marshal of the Soviet Union K. Rokossovsky
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