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Fotos de un reportero soviético en la WWII
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  • Evgeny Khaldei is one of the most famous Soviet photographers, a reporter of the TASS news in pictures, he represented its editorial staff during the Great Patriotic War. All 1,418 days he and his “Leica” went from Murmansk to Berlin. One of his most popular photos is “The Raising of the victory flag over the Reichstag”. Photos of Evgeny Khaldei were among evidences at the Nuremberg trials, especially those made in Sevastopol. After the war photographer fell out of favour, and despite the fact that after Stalin’s death, he again gained access to the newspaper pages, until 1970 he could not organize his photo exhibition in the Soviet Union because of oppressions of the Soviet leaders. Today, the festival “War and Peace” is held in the Sevastopol museum of Sheremetev, here people can see unique images, printed from negatives of the author. Many of them are exhibited for the first time.

    The Subarctic, deer Yasha, 1941.

    Marines, the Subarctic, 1941.

    Sevastopol, a sailors’ trophy.

    Budapest, the February of 1945.

    The soldiers’ work. Polar regions, 1941.

    The first day of the war. Moscow, June 22, 1941. October 25 Street, 12.00. Citizens listen to V. Molotov about the beginning of the war.

    Marines, Sevastopol. May, 1944.

    Captured, Sevastopol. May, 1944.

    Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    Sevastopol, 1941.

    Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    Evgeny Kholdei in Sevastopol, 1944.

    A laundry, Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    JAK-3 over the Sapun Mountain in Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    The Black Sea. A watchman.

    Partisans, 1944.

    “Vickers, ” The Northern Fleet, 1943.

    The liberation of Kerch, 1943.

    The battleship Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    Sevastopol. May, 1944.

    Sailors of the cruiser “Molotov”, Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    “Glory to the liberators of Sevastopol. “Sevastopol after the war.

    Morning exercises in a kindergarten. Sevastopol, first years after the war.

    Children are playing in ruined Sevastopol, first years after the war.

    The Quarantine bay. May, 1944.

    Sevastopol, May, 1945.

    The Victory Parade in Moscow. Evgeny Khaldei at the shooting, June 24, 1945.

    The first Ukrainian front
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  • Evgeny Dolmatovsky near the Brandenburg Gate. A souvenir of the victory. May 2, 1945.

    Novorossiysk, spring, 1943.

    A pilot, Sevastopol. May, 1944.

    A ship’s boy, Sevastopol, 1944.

    Sniper Lisa Mironova, Novorossiysk, 1943.

    A pilot-bombardier in the sky over Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    Hero of the Soviet Union Boris Safonov, Polar regions.

    The victory flag over the Reichstag. May, 1945.

    A salute in liberated Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    Liberators. Sevastopol, May, 1944.

    The Victory Parade in Moscow. Fascist flags near the Mausoleum. June 24, 1945.

    Potsdam. The Big Three – Churchill, Truman and Stalin. June, 1945.

    The exhibition.

    Sevastopol. Evgeny Khaldei. Classical photos.

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  • La historia en imágenes. IMPRESIONANTE. Gracias.
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  • Buenisimas fotos colega
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  • Si supiérais algún sitio donde encontrar fotos del bando aliado en combate cuerpo a cuerpo o algo así estaría bien que las colgárais por aquí.
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    These are photos of the Second World War from the military archives of Germany. Grief and joy, war and peace, planes and tanks, people and landscapes – everything here reminds of the horrors of the war which are till now troubling people’s hearts.

    Más fotos ahorita mismo güey
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    In winter of 1942 Russian 2-nd striking army of Volkhovsky front had tried to break the blockade of Leningrad (St. Petersburg), but it got into the strong German encirclement near the settlement called Myasnoy Bor (Pine Forest “Meaty”) located in Novgorod region. Over a half of the year Russian soldiers, without any ammunition, medical or food supplies, had been trying to break through the ring. The commander of the army general Vlasov had give up. This battle carried away more than tens of thousands of lives. Later people called this place “the Valley of Death”.
    Below one can find the historical photos, made by German photographers. The part of them are propagandistic.

    Volkhovsky forest, 1942. This child has not yet realized, that the soldier gave him the slice of bread.

    The end of the baseline.

    German Infantry and the tank during Volkhovskaya battle.

    Russian refugees convey their property through the marsh near the “Erika” glade.

    Russian machine-guns with cable drums.

    The way near Chudovo settlement.

    Column of Russian prisoners of war in the Valley of Death.

    Blown-up Russian train.

    Sign reads: “Caution! This area is overlooked by the enemy!”

    German soldiers sharing their combat ration with Russain people.

    German heavy tank №4 on his way to the battle.

    Soviet woman tells about the sufferings, poverty and starvation.

    People had to chew the wood putty because of starvation.

    The group of starving Russian children.

    This child survived.

    And these were found alone in the woods.

    Wounded prisoners (the trees on the background are picked by starving people).

    Forsaken child.

    Wounded Russian soldiers in the encirclement.

    Two suffering women.

    Russian women getting out from the marsh on the railroad.

    Wounded Russian soldier is trying to find his way out.

    The road in Volkhov region.

    Broken soviet weapons.

    German tank obstacles in the way of Russian soldiers.

    Russian prisoners of war.

    One more Russian prisoner.
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    Here is a collection of goodies from the Life archive – the shots of Berlin made by an American photographer William Vandivert in May-July of 1945.
    These photos of high quality are especially valuable because they carry minimum of propaganda and simply show the state of the city at the time when the rigid order of the Cold War hadn’t yet been established, and the borders could be freely crossed by everyone…

    1. A well-known photograph of the Fuerer made on the 20th of April in 1945 where he gives the Iron Crosses to the young boys from the Hitler Youth. This picture was previously a part of the unique photographic collection of Hugo Yager and Henry Hoffmann. The latter was Hitler’s official photographer. The picture was taken at the back wall of the Reich Chancellery.

    2. Karlshorst. The evening of the 8th of May, Field Marshal Keitel (with a rod), Stumpf of the Luftwaffe, and Admiral Friedeburg come into a hall for signing the surrender document.

    3. View of the Reichstag from the edge of Tiergarten. The highway leads to the Brandenburg Gate (but it’s on the right and not visible). As you can see, the area is already demined, machinery lie on the edges of the road, and civilians walk along the sidewalks.

    4. The Reichstag, one of its outer colonnades.

    5. Here the inscriptions are a bit larger and can be easily read. Look, there are many cities – Kiev, Leningrad, Michurinsk, Kharkov, Batumi, Moscow, etc.

    6. Inside, the walls of the Reichstag were painted too. Apparently, no free space left for soldiers’ autographs outside caused them to use the inner walls.

    7. The Brandenburg Gate, two months after the end of the fighting. The place is already cleared from the rubble, a fence for patrol is organized in the central passage and the other ones (two on the right and two on the left) are used for movement. The speed limit is 5 km/h. It’s also seen that horses at the top are partially damaged and knocked down. The zone border is precisely here, in front of the gate.

    8. The dilapidated Kroll Opera House. Berliners collect firewood (wood debris) and put it on a cart. For what they need wood in July is unclear.

    9. Now let’s move to the south from the gate. Here’s the snapshot of the dilapidated U.S. Embassy.

    10. Not reaching Potsdamer Platz, turn to the left onto Fossshtrasse, pass it and you’ll find yourself at the Old Reich Chancellery. As you can see, it is greatly destroyed, even despite the fact that it was occupied by the Germans till the very moment of garrison’s surrender (on the 1st of May). Nobody knows if it was destroyed by air raids, large or medium caliber shells. Behind it, there is the entrance to Hitler’s bunker.

    11. View of the Reich Chancellery garden which also turned into a desert. Though the rotunda remained intact (it will be demolished later, in 1948). If you walk through the garden to the north, it is possible to come exactly to Adlon and the Brandenburg Gate. The entrance to Hitler’s bunker is on the right and is not seen in the photo.

    12. The photo shows one of the rooms of Hitler’s bunker which was in the Soviet zone of occupation. A Soviet soldier wearing a Red Star order and a medal poses for William Vandivert.

    13. Near the Reich Chancellery. Soviet soldiers drove a car toward the stairs, and load it with something (possibly, that same eagle). Broken parts lie around. A soldier poses standing on the downed eagle with a swastika. In the background – a lot of broken machinery. A dandy in a civil suit stands in the body of a truck.

    14. In the garden of the Reich Chancellery. The terrace of the Diplomatic Room is visible in the background. Allies (Americans) poke around in the ground and examine something. This is the trench where Kempka burned Hitler and Eva Braun’s bodies.

    15. The main building of the Gestapo. Later it will be exploded, and the Wall will be constructed here. Now the Topography of Terror is located here.

    16. The Wilhelmstrasse. The Ministry of Propaganda surrounded by a strong stone fence. This is also the Soviet zone of occupation, and it was a big risk for the reporter to walk around here.

    17. One of the entrances to the building of the Ministry.

    18. The Life captured this picture as “near the Ministry of Propaganda” but they somehow turned out to be mistaken. This is a different place. In the background is Shaushpilhaus on Gendarmenmarkt. All the crumpled vehicles are pulled to the edge.

    19. The State Opera on Unter den Linden is too the Soviet zone of occupation. It’s intact for the most part.

    20. Actually, this session contains quite a lot of views of perfectly whole neighborhoods of the city which were more lucky than its center.
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    del libro "The siege of Leningrad, 1941-1944" de David Lantz

    After the Germans failed to seize Moscow in 1941, Stalin decided that he would be able to defeat Wehrmacht. However, his troops were poorly trained and short of equipment as well as competent commanders, that is why the offensive soon died out.

    Soviet patrol approaching the forest in course of the the January attack. Only one soldier decided to disguise himself painting the helmet white, the others stand out against the snow.

    The Red Army used 203 mm howitzers to counterbalance Wehrmacht siege artillery.

    A general pointing at German trenches.

    Red Army guardsman sits to the photographer with his 50-mm mortar.

    Infantrymen with a tank machine gun. This piece of weaponry had a round drum which simplified its reload in trenches.

    Soldiers carry a “Maxim” machine gun not to damage its wheels. As one may notice they have rolled up overcoats on their shoulders instead of knapsacks.

    Red Army artillery battery is getting ready to start the shelling.

    From the first days of the Siege of Leningrad women have replaced men at many posts as the latter had gone to the war.

    Infantry and two T-34/76 tanks offensive.

    Sergeant and corporal armed with kind of sniper rifles. Marksmen could spend several days in the position waiting for the target.

    Seamen detachment patroling the coast.

    T-34 tanks headed to the front directly from the works where they had been made. Leningrad was one of the major industrial centers and manufactured about 10% of all the country’s production during WW2.

    7,62-mm “Maxim” machine gun firing on the backgrond of a dome.

    German artillerymen preparing their gun near Leningrad.

    Column of self-propelled howitzers heading to the front right from the painting shop.

    Sailmen of the Baltic navy on their patrolling duty.

    A captain with a sniper rifle in hand.

    Heavy German tank “Tiger” was not much suitable for the forest and bog operations in the Nothern Russia, its use was more successfull in the open steppe spaces of Ukraine.

    Finnish officers visiting German fortifications in 1943. The Finnish dashed the hopes of the Germans who were sure that the allies shared their ideological convictions.

    German artillery in action in January 1943.

    SB-2 bomber having just returned from a night flight.

    Soldiers, well equipped for the Russian winter, getting ready for the repelling of the German counter-attack.

    War games of the Red Army infantrymen. The target to seize is a destroyed building.

    A real battle! Red Army infantrymen walking through the ruins of a recenly liberated village.

    Meeting of the soldiers of the two fronts which brought closer the war winning day.

    It is natural that the soldiers’ attention is attracted by the tables with food and drinks not seen on the picture.

    The first train, decorated with portraits of Stalin and Molotov, is arriving at a Leningrad station after the raise of the seige.
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