prisoned Hitler's troops in Moscow, 1944

Sad Fate: German prisoners march to Moscow after defeat at Belarus during “Operation Bagration”, 17 July 1944

1945, The Victory parade. It was held on the 24th of June.

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Moscow theatre building, end of 1940s, you can still see people in military uniform

Moscow theatre building, end of you can still see people in military uniform

7 November 1941, a military parade; here from solgiers went directly to the front. Stalin is in Moscow. Hitler's army is at 32km from Red Square.

7 November a military parade; here from solgiers went directly to the front. Stalin is in Moscow. Hitler's army is at from Red Square.

what a view for a cafeteria

what a view for a cafeteria

prisoned Hitler's troops in parade, 1944, the WW2 is not yet end

German prisoners march to Moscow after defeat at Belarus Dduring " Operation Bagration " 17 July 1944

what a traffic !

what a traffic !

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