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Unit of engineering troops of the Soviet Army on the roads of Europe
Soviet sappers work to restore the bridge over the canal in Vienna, blown up by the Nazis
Soviet sappers work to restore the bridge over the canal in Vienna, blown up by the Nazis
Red Army soldier with a mine detector on the city ruins
Soviet sappers on the Spree embankment
Defenses of Leningrad
Sappers Sergeant V. Bulanov and Corporal A. Shishlov making a pass in defense wiring, September 1944
Sergeant C. Tkachenko, who cleared more than 150 mines with a mine detector under the enemy fire, 1943
Red Army soldier A. G. Zubakin and Sergeant M. V. Kamensky make passes in wire entanglement in the Sinyavino area near Leningrad
The best sapper of the unit, Sergeant Major V. Pinenkov, awarded the Order of the Red Star and the badge "Excellent sapper"
Soviet sappers restore a bridge destroyed by the Nazis at Kalinin Front
Alexander Kaburkin
Karakyan Armenak Krikorovich
Red Army pioneer with a mine detector on the ruins of the city (Berlin)
Mine clearance unit on Dzerzhinsky square in liberated Kharkov
Mine clearance unit on Dzerzhinsky square in liberated Kharkov
Soviet pioneers on the embankment of the river Spree
Red Army pioneer with a mine detector on the ruins of the city (Berlin)
A group of track workers restore railway tracks at the Kerch-II station after the liberation of the city from Nazi invaders, Kerch, April 1944. Photo by Mark Redkin/TASS
Sappers of Senior Lieutenant E. Poddubny's unit cut enemy wire entanglements. Leningrad front
Sappers A. N. Zhdanov and Ya. P. Totmyanin lay mines on the approaches to the wire entanglements in one of the sections of the Leningrad front
Unit of engineering troops of the Soviet Army on the roads of Europe
Soviet sappers work to restore the bridge over the canal in Vienna, blown up by the Nazis
Soviet sappers work to restore the bridge over the canal in Vienna, blown up by the Nazis
Red Army soldier with a mine detector on the city ruins
Soviet sappers on the Spree embankment
Defenses of Leningrad
Sappers Sergeant V. Bulanov and Corporal A. Shishlov making a pass in defense wiring, September 1944
Sergeant C. Tkachenko, who cleared more than 150 mines with a mine detector under the enemy fire, 1943
Red Army soldier A. G. Zubakin and Sergeant M. V. Kamensky make passes in wire entanglement in the Sinyavino area near Leningrad
The best sapper of the unit, Sergeant Major V. Pinenkov, awarded the Order of the Red Star and the badge "Excellent sapper"
Soviet sappers restore a bridge destroyed by the Nazis at Kalinin Front
Alexander Kaburkin
Karakyan Armenak Krikorovich
Red Army pioneer with a mine detector on the ruins of the city (Berlin)
Mine clearance unit on Dzerzhinsky square in liberated Kharkov
Mine clearance unit on Dzerzhinsky square in liberated Kharkov
Soviet pioneers on the embankment of the river Spree
Red Army pioneer with a mine detector on the ruins of the city (Berlin)
A group of track workers restore railway tracks at the Kerch-II station after the liberation of the city from Nazi invaders, Kerch, April 1944. Photo by Mark Redkin/TASS
Sappers of Senior Lieutenant E. Poddubny's unit cut enemy wire entanglements. Leningrad front
Sappers A. N. Zhdanov and Ya. P. Totmyanin lay mines on the approaches to the wire entanglements in one of the sections of the Leningrad front

Soviet sappers restore a bridge destroyed by the Nazis at Kalinin Front

Soviet sappers restore a bridge destroyed by the Nazis at Kalinin Front
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