People and Machinery: Artillery

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Installation of commander Panyshev's anti-tank gun on the firing position
An artillery battery is firing at the enemy on the outskirts of Moscow
German-fascist troops are fighting at the walls of the Brest fortress
Crew of a Soviet anti-tank gun and a German Panther tank hit during one of the battles
Katyusha salvo (during the 14 days of the Soviet Army offensive, German army group B was almost completely defeated)
Gun crew of the Commander I. Kozin moves an anti-tank gun to an open firing position on the Voronezh front
Komsomol mortar crew located in the city Park of culture and recreation is firing at enemy infantry
Sergeant Major Borisov's gun crew fires at the enemy on the Voronezh front
Soviet soldiers at the gun of Sergeant Major V. Drabatulin fire at the enemy to the North from Voronezh
Communist, Commander of the artillery battery, Guards Captain V. Belikov
Soviet mortar men install a mortar on a new firing position on the Voronezh front
The best reconnaissance anti-aircraft gunners conduct observation of enemy aircraft
Anti-aircraft gunners of one of the ships operating in the Tuapse area, at their guns
Gunners of the anti-aircraft battery of Lieutenant V. Komissarov, who shot down 6 fascist aircraft at the "BI" device (binocular finder)
Anti-aircraft battery Commander, Lieutenant I. Ternyak watching through binoculars after firing at German aircraft
Anti-aircraft gun crew Commander, Sergeant Major N. Somov is monitoring the Nazi aircraft
Soldier of the rangefinder squad of Sergeant S. Merkulov measures the altitude of the enemy aircraft
Anti-aircraft gunner of one of the batteries F. Dergalenko points the gun at the target
Gunner V.L. Chuzhikov at the moment of pointing the gun at the target
The best gunner of Sergeant Filippov’s anti-aircraft gun crew I. Zaitsev at his combat post
First Lieutenant Barybin's anti-aircraft battery scouts observe the air space
Installation of commander Panyshev's anti-tank gun on the firing position
An artillery battery is firing at the enemy on the outskirts of Moscow
German-fascist troops are fighting at the walls of the Brest fortress
Crew of a Soviet anti-tank gun and a German Panther tank hit during one of the battles
Katyusha salvo (during the 14 days of the Soviet Army offensive, German army group B was almost completely defeated)
Gun crew of the Commander I. Kozin moves an anti-tank gun to an open firing position on the Voronezh front
Komsomol mortar crew located in the city Park of culture and recreation is firing at enemy infantry
Sergeant Major Borisov's gun crew fires at the enemy on the Voronezh front
Soviet soldiers at the gun of Sergeant Major V. Drabatulin fire at the enemy to the North from Voronezh
Communist, Commander of the artillery battery, Guards Captain V. Belikov
Soviet mortar men install a mortar on a new firing position on the Voronezh front
The best reconnaissance anti-aircraft gunners conduct observation of enemy aircraft
Anti-aircraft gunners of one of the ships operating in the Tuapse area, at their guns
Gunners of the anti-aircraft battery of Lieutenant V. Komissarov, who shot down 6 fascist aircraft at the "BI" device (binocular finder)
Anti-aircraft battery Commander, Lieutenant I. Ternyak watching through binoculars after firing at German aircraft
Anti-aircraft gun crew Commander, Sergeant Major N. Somov is monitoring the Nazi aircraft
Soldier of the rangefinder squad of Sergeant S. Merkulov measures the altitude of the enemy aircraft
Anti-aircraft gunner of one of the batteries F. Dergalenko points the gun at the target
Gunner V.L. Chuzhikov at the moment of pointing the gun at the target
The best gunner of Sergeant Filippov’s anti-aircraft gun crew I. Zaitsev at his combat post
First Lieutenant Barybin's anti-aircraft battery scouts observe the air space

Soviet mortar men install a mortar on a new firing position on the Voronezh front

Soviet mortar men install a mortar on a new firing position on the Voronezh front
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