Animals at war

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Residents of Budapest on one of the city streets cut up the corpse of a dead horse for later use of its meat for food
Artillerymen firing at the enemy on a street of Budapest
Belorussian collective farmers return home
Vitya (diminishing of Victor) Cherevichkin. Rostov-on-Don, 1941
Let the soldiers have some sleep. Czechoslovakia
Shortly after liberation. Odessa
Loading shells on the cart. Leningrad Region
Army in the field. Delivery of fuel through the Salsk steppes to Stalingrad
Deer Yasha. Polar region.
Wounded evacuated from Caucasian mountain passes
Road of war
A cossack patrol in the Caucasian foothills
A group of Soviet anti-tank riflemen on the move in a North Caucasian mountain pass
Scouts P.S. Borisov (in front) and S.I.Bolotkin with service dogs are going to carry out a combat mission. The South-western Front
Cavalry scout, Senior Sergeant I. I. Puzhko on patrol
At the Brandenburg Gate
A detachment under the command of Lebedev is sent with dogs-tank destroyers to carry out a combat mission,
Polish Army private
Defeat of Germans near Moscow
Carrying the wounded out from the front line
Cavalry recon platoon before a combat operation. Political instructor S.V. Kozlov (left) and Lieutenant A.A. Vasilistov clarify the plan of the operation.
Residents of Budapest on one of the city streets cut up the corpse of a dead horse for later use of its meat for food
Artillerymen firing at the enemy on a street of Budapest
Belorussian collective farmers return home
Vitya (diminishing of Victor) Cherevichkin. Rostov-on-Don, 1941
Let the soldiers have some sleep. Czechoslovakia
Shortly after liberation. Odessa
Loading shells on the cart. Leningrad Region
Army in the field. Delivery of fuel through the Salsk steppes to Stalingrad
Deer Yasha. Polar region.
Wounded evacuated from Caucasian mountain passes
Road of war
A cossack patrol in the Caucasian foothills
A group of Soviet anti-tank riflemen on the move in a North Caucasian mountain pass
Scouts P.S. Borisov (in front) and S.I.Bolotkin with service dogs are going to carry out a combat mission. The South-western Front
Cavalry scout, Senior Sergeant I. I. Puzhko on patrol
At the Brandenburg Gate
A detachment under the command of Lebedev is sent with dogs-tank destroyers to carry out a combat mission,
Polish Army private
Defeat of Germans near Moscow
Carrying the wounded out from the front line
Cavalry recon platoon before a combat operation. Political instructor S.V. Kozlov (left) and Lieutenant A.A. Vasilistov clarify the plan of the operation.

Road of war

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