Liberation of Russian Cities

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Battles for Voronezh, 1942
Streets of Berlin, May 1945
Attack of a Red Army unit on the positions of German-fascist troops in the area of the Voronezh Agricultural Institute. 1942
Attack of a unit of the 303rd Rifle Division supported by tanks on enemy positions in the grove "Figurnaya" (North-West of Voronezh), August 1942
Red Army units in the town of Yukhnov, Kaluga Region, liberated from German troops, March 1942
Victims shot by the firing squad in the prison yard. Rostov-on-Don
Victims shot by the firing squad in the prison yard. Rostov-on-Don
In a liberated city
Soldiers between battles. Novorossiysk
“Hello my dear!”. Karachev
“Hello my dear!”. Karachev
Fascists shooting civilians before retreat. Rostov-on-Don prison
Vitya (diminishing of Victor) Cherevichkin. Rostov-on-Don, 1941
Female pilots of the 46th Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment at the front-line dugout. Gelendzhik
In liberated Taganrog
The town of Velikiye Luki is liberated. Scout, Sergeant Major C. Gaygabulov
A group of Soviet patriots led by a local resident A. Belonosova repairs the roof in Novgorod
The city of Rostov-on-Don after liberation
Fighting for Rostov-on-Don
Restored buildings on Moscow Street in Rostov-on-Don
In the liberated city of Rostov-on-Don. The Nazis before fleeing blew up and destroyed almost the entire city
Battles for Voronezh, 1942
Streets of Berlin, May 1945
Attack of a Red Army unit on the positions of German-fascist troops in the area of the Voronezh Agricultural Institute. 1942
Attack of a unit of the 303rd Rifle Division supported by tanks on enemy positions in the grove "Figurnaya" (North-West of Voronezh), August 1942
Red Army units in the town of Yukhnov, Kaluga Region, liberated from German troops, March 1942
Victims shot by the firing squad in the prison yard. Rostov-on-Don
Victims shot by the firing squad in the prison yard. Rostov-on-Don
In a liberated city
Soldiers between battles. Novorossiysk
“Hello my dear!”. Karachev
“Hello my dear!”. Karachev
Fascists shooting civilians before retreat. Rostov-on-Don prison
Vitya (diminishing of Victor) Cherevichkin. Rostov-on-Don, 1941
Female pilots of the 46th Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment at the front-line dugout. Gelendzhik
In liberated Taganrog
The town of Velikiye Luki is liberated. Scout, Sergeant Major C. Gaygabulov
A group of Soviet patriots led by a local resident A. Belonosova repairs the roof in Novgorod
The city of Rostov-on-Don after liberation
Fighting for Rostov-on-Don
Restored buildings on Moscow Street in Rostov-on-Don
In the liberated city of Rostov-on-Don. The Nazis before fleeing blew up and destroyed almost the entire city

“Hello my dear!”. Karachev

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