Defense and the Siege of Leningrad

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Restoration of a destroyed house
Restoration of a destroyed house
Red Army soldiers Mishchenko and Simanov deliver hot food to the forward positions of one of the sections of the Leningrad front
Sappers of Senior Lieutenant E. Poddubny's unit cut enemy wire entanglements. Leningrad front
Senior Sergeant H.Z. Mildzikhov, who destroyed 108 German soldiers and officers in one battle. Northwest Front, 1942. Photograph by R. Carmen. State Archive (RGAKFD)
Senior Sergeant H. Z. Mildzikhov who destroyed 108 German soldiers and officers in one battle
Soviet artillery units move to firing positions across the ice of the Ilmen Lake
Anti-aircraft gunners guarding Leningrad from Hitler aircraft raids at the guns
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
Car moves to Leningrad along the Ladoga road flooded with water
Restoration of a destroyed house
Restoration of a destroyed house on Suvorovsky Prospekt
After breaking the blockade people cover up the inscription on the wall saying about danger of artillery shelling in front of the Lensovet theatre
Women dismantle a protective wall at the window of the Eliseevsky store
After bombing on Moskovsky Prospekt
Rolling up the shell hole on St. Isaac's Square (asphalting)
Roofers team repairing the roof of the Leningrad City Executive Committee (the former Mariinsky Palace)
Restoration works on Nevsky Prospekt ("Barrikada" cinema theatre). House in scaffolding
Car traffic across the Ladoga road, at the junction. On the left - 3 direction signs, the nearest marked "To Kobona", and the traffic guide on the right. Winter, 1941-1942.
"Road of Life" across the Ladoga. At the wharf in spring. 1941-1942.
Column of ZIS-5 trucks on the ice across the Ladoga in winter. 1941-1942.
Restoration of a destroyed house
Restoration of a destroyed house
Red Army soldiers Mishchenko and Simanov deliver hot food to the forward positions of one of the sections of the Leningrad front
Sappers of Senior Lieutenant E. Poddubny's unit cut enemy wire entanglements. Leningrad front
Senior Sergeant H.Z. Mildzikhov, who destroyed 108 German soldiers and officers in one battle. Northwest Front, 1942. Photograph by R. Carmen. State Archive (RGAKFD)
Senior Sergeant H. Z. Mildzikhov who destroyed 108 German soldiers and officers in one battle
Soviet artillery units move to firing positions across the ice of the Ilmen Lake
Anti-aircraft gunners guarding Leningrad from Hitler aircraft raids at the guns
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
Car moves to Leningrad along the Ladoga road flooded with water
Restoration of a destroyed house
Restoration of a destroyed house on Suvorovsky Prospekt
After breaking the blockade people cover up the inscription on the wall saying about danger of artillery shelling in front of the Lensovet theatre
Women dismantle a protective wall at the window of the Eliseevsky store
After bombing on Moskovsky Prospekt
Rolling up the shell hole on St. Isaac's Square (asphalting)
Roofers team repairing the roof of the Leningrad City Executive Committee (the former Mariinsky Palace)
Restoration works on Nevsky Prospekt ("Barrikada" cinema theatre). House in scaffolding
Car traffic across the Ladoga road, at the junction. On the left - 3 direction signs, the nearest marked "To Kobona", and the traffic guide on the right. Winter, 1941-1942.
"Road of Life" across the Ladoga. At the wharf in spring. 1941-1942.
Column of ZIS-5 trucks on the ice across the Ladoga in winter. 1941-1942.

Restoration of a destroyed house

Restoration of a destroyed house
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