A Sanitaeter by the rank of Gefrieter bandages a wounded Soviet prisoner after the assault on the bunker. Titovka River, Murmansk Oblast, USSR. 29th June, 1941.

“ German medic bandaging a Red Army solider in Titovka on 29 June, ”- pin by Paolo Marzioli

Gebirgsjäger resting after the seizure of Hill 122 or "Radfahrberg". 30th June, 1941

Gebirgsjäger resting after the seizure of Hill 122 or "Radfahrberg".

On the road outside of Snåsavatnet, Norway.

Austrian Gebirgsjäger heading for Snåsa - Norwegian Campaign - Wikipedia

Smoke can be seen from a bunker that was recently attacked by a Junkers Ju 87 dive bomber in Titovka on 29th June, 1941

Smoke can be seen from a bunker that was recently attacked by a Junkers Ju 87 dive bomber in Titovka on June, 1941

A machine squad of 2/136 Geb.Jag.Rgt during the assault on Hill 122. 30th June, 1941.

A machine squad of Geb.Rgt during the assault on Hill June,

The same Soviet soldier now bandaged up by his captors. Titovka River, Murmansk Oblast, USSR. 29th June, 1941

“ Soviet soldier that was bandaged and taken prisoner during a battle in Titovka, Murmansk Oblast on 29 June, ”

7th Company resting after a long advance. Photo by Rudi Margeiter. May, 1940. Snasa, Norway.

Company resting after a long advance. Photo by Rudi Margeiter. May, Snasa, Norway.

2nd Company/I. Battalion/136th Regiment during Operation Platinfuchs. These men await there impeding assault on the Soviet held, Hill 122, also known as "Radfahrberg". They are commanded by Obersleutnant Hans Wolf Rode. 30th June, 1941.

Regiment during Operation Platinfuchs. These men await there impeding assault on the Soviet held, Hill also known as "Radfahrberg". They are commanded by Obersleutnant Hans Wolf Rode.

Gebirgsjäger marching towards Snasaheia from Grong. Photograph by Karl Marth. May 4/5, 1940. Snasaheia, Norway.

Gebirgsjäger marching towards Snasaheia from Grong. Photograph by Karl Marth. May Snasaheia, Norway.

Gebirgsjäger of 7th Company/II. Bataillon/137th Regiment in Norway. From left to right: Franz Hollerweger, Feldwebel Kepplinger and Gefreiter Josef Köchl who died on 29 June, 1941 during a battle near the village of Titovka, Murmansk Oblast.

Gebirgsjäger of Company/II. Regiment in Norway. From left to right: Franz Hollerweger, Feldwebel Kepplinger and Gefreiter Josef Köchl who died on 29 June, 1941 during a battle near the village of Titovka, Murmansk Oblast.

After the seizure of Hill 122 by 2nd Company/I.Battalion/ 136th Regiment two Soviet soldiers were captured by the weary soldiers. They are ordered by Obersleutnant Hans Wolf Rode to stand in front the rock formation behind them to be executed. Moments after this photo was taken, both were killed. The soldier in the long coat has been identified as private Sergey Korolkov, b.1912. The other man was most likely a junior officer, remains a mystery. The reasoning for the execution is unclear, a…

World War II Pictures In Details: Execution of Brave Russian Prisoners.

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