Liberation of Belarus

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Results of the battle to destroy the Brest enemy group
After the battle in the area of the 415th Rifle Regiment, for encirclement of the fascist troops, retreating along the Brest-Warsaw highway
Leadership of the 946 Assault Regiment of the 1st Air Army before the offensive of the 1st Belorussian Front
Planning a battle to capture the town of Brest and the fortress
Commander of the 96th Red Danner Rifle Corps of the 70th Army, Lieutenant General Ya. Chanyshev reads out the order
Presentation of awards for the liberation of Brest
The tank is restored, and ready for battle!
Soldiers carry a wounded man from the battlefield during the Vitebsk offensive operation
Celebration of the victory in the Great Patriotic War on the streets of the capital of Soviet Belarus
General V. Makarov, Marshal A.  Vasilevsky and General I.  Chernyakhovsky interrogate captured Alfons Hitter, Commander of the 206th Infantry Division. Vi
General V. Makarov, Marshal A.  Vasilevsky and General I.  Chernyakhovsky interrogate captured Alfons Hitter, Commander of the 206th Infantry Division. Vi
General V. Makarov, Marshal A.  Vasilevsky and General I.  Chernyakhovsky interrogate captured Alfons Hitter, Commander of the 206th Infantry Division. Vi
Belorussian collective farmers return home
German cemetery in Breast. Graves of the German soldiers killed while fighting the Brest Fortress defenders
Partisans on a street of the liberated city
First printed media in liberated Minsk
After German retreat
After German retreat. Belarus
Anti-aircraft gunners change the firing position. 1st Belorussian Front
First Lieutenant A. Chaadaev and Sergeant S. Mammadov were among the first with their units to cross the Dnieper south of Gomel, they both were wounded on the west bank
Soviet tankers at the grave of tankers who died in June 1941 and were buried by locals. State border region. Belarus
Results of the battle to destroy the Brest enemy group
After the battle in the area of the 415th Rifle Regiment, for encirclement of the fascist troops, retreating along the Brest-Warsaw highway
Leadership of the 946 Assault Regiment of the 1st Air Army before the offensive of the 1st Belorussian Front
Planning a battle to capture the town of Brest and the fortress
Commander of the 96th Red Danner Rifle Corps of the 70th Army, Lieutenant General Ya. Chanyshev reads out the order
Presentation of awards for the liberation of Brest
The tank is restored, and ready for battle!
Soldiers carry a wounded man from the battlefield during the Vitebsk offensive operation
Celebration of the victory in the Great Patriotic War on the streets of the capital of Soviet Belarus
General V. Makarov, Marshal A.  Vasilevsky and General I.  Chernyakhovsky interrogate captured Alfons Hitter, Commander of the 206th Infantry Division. Vi
General V. Makarov, Marshal A.  Vasilevsky and General I.  Chernyakhovsky interrogate captured Alfons Hitter, Commander of the 206th Infantry Division. Vi
General V. Makarov, Marshal A.  Vasilevsky and General I.  Chernyakhovsky interrogate captured Alfons Hitter, Commander of the 206th Infantry Division. Vi
Belorussian collective farmers return home
German cemetery in Breast. Graves of the German soldiers killed while fighting the Brest Fortress defenders
Partisans on a street of the liberated city
First printed media in liberated Minsk
After German retreat
After German retreat. Belarus
Anti-aircraft gunners change the firing position. 1st Belorussian Front
First Lieutenant A. Chaadaev and Sergeant S. Mammadov were among the first with their units to cross the Dnieper south of Gomel, they both were wounded on the west bank
Soviet tankers at the grave of tankers who died in June 1941 and were buried by locals. State border region. Belarus

General V. Makarov, Marshal A. Vasilevsky and General I. Chernyakhovsky interrogate captured Alfons Hitter, Commander of the 206th Infantry Division. Vi

General V. Makarov, Marshal A. Vasilevsky and General I. Chernyakhovsky interrogate captured Alfons Hitter, Commander of the 206th Infantry Division. Vi
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