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The ranks of the Red Army prisoners of war. Caption reads: "Among the captured Soviet soldier stands a woman - even she ceased to resist. Soviet soldiers fiercely resisted to the last bullet. " [Full translation correction needed.]

The ranks of the Red Army prisoners of war. Caption reads: "Among the captured Soviet soldier stands a woman - even she ceased to resist. Soviet soldiers fiercely resisted to the last bullet. " [Full translation correction needed.

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Fotografos Segunda Guerra Mundial

War photographers in a grassy field during the Battle of Normandy in WWII.

586th?

Crew bomber of 587 th Bomber Aviation Regiment (later the Guards Regiment) discusses the upcoming departure from his aircraft.

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Tsar Nicholas II and the Tsarina Alexandra hold their first child, Olga, born November Nicholas was delighted by the birth of his first daughter

Prisoners of War anyone?

The Soviet Union tank, the T-34, one of the deadliest and most influential tanks in World War II.

T-34

Medium Tank The best tank of World War II. There were more technically advanced tanks than the but there were none more effective. Simple, crude, tough and lethal, and the Soviets made a lot of them.

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Prisoners of War anyone?

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Army Signal Corps photographer holds his Anniversary Speed Graphic camera on a pile of cannon shells.

Berlin, 1945

Berlin, 1945

Old Colorized Photos Reveal The Life Of Russian People Between

Russian Prisoners 1915

Russian Prisoners 1915

Russian prisoners being moved to the rear somewhere in Galicia (the Austro-Hungarian partition of Poland),

Soviet rocket launchers fire as German forces attack the USSR on June 22, 1941.

(Editor's note, the date in this caption was in error, these rocket launchers were not deployed until later in the war.) Soviet rocket launchers fire as German forces attack the USSR on June (AFP/Getty Images)

Lyudmila Pavlichenko was 24 years old when Germany invaded the USSR in June 1941. Like most Soviet citizens, she wasn't thrilled to hear that 3 million Nazis were marching across the motherland. The Kiev University history student was determined to do her bit, but she didn't want to be a nurse. ...

Soviet sniper, Lyudmila Pavlichenko who, by the end of World War II, was creditied with 309 kills, making her the most successful female sniper in.

A Red Army motorcyclist in Austria, 1945

demons: “A Red Army motorcyclist in Austria, 1945 ”

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