19 Playing the War

Playing the War

Posted on May 8, 2010 by team

Playing the War 1

An exciting event  on the base of Special Police Force in Strogino, Moscow. Historical reconstruction of the Great Patriotic War with participation of T34, PZ-4, “Katyusha” and lots of fascists…

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19 Responses to “Playing the War”

  1. Unknown says:

    Very nice!

  2. 123 says:

    excessive amounts of alchohol and history keep russian minds away very well from russias inner problems.

    • Dmitri says:

      So true.
      By focusing on [partly manipulated and idealized] history the government tries to distract the citizens from the enormous problems Russia is facing today. Producing nothing, more c0rrupt than ever before [nr.142 on the Transparency international list, 10 yrs ago it was 'only' 96] and nobody seems to care. Burocracy is worse than ever. Horrible.

  3. erik says:

    communist = fascist

  4. Leez says:

    nechto ne zabyto, nekto ne zabyt…

  5. Josie says:

    Wow, the veterans look so stunning with all of their medals. But what is the function of the girls? Are they being trained to become war nurses?

    • Doomer says:

      Girls fight on WWII too
      Blue shoulder straps with crossed rifles designate infantry
      A girl with a bag with red cross is a nurse

  6. Baron says:

    love the pic. with bunch of chicks on a tank!

  7. Dmitri says:

    Nice BMW with sidecar!! Best motorcycles ever!! Copied by both Russia[Dnepr and Ural] and Harley Davidson [during wartime].

  8. zipp says:

    I think you are missing the point by several miles …

  9. Boritz says:

    German tank is, of course, a fake. Not a bad prop however!

  10. too much vodka says:

    The most funny picture is where that SS-officer is taking a picture of two ‘German’ and two Russian soldiers… WWII is really becoming history, I guess

  11. edufinn says:

    Actually it seems like there was only 2 tanks used in this reconstruction: one T-34 with 85mm gun (side number 074) and one former T-34 “converted” to represent german PzKpfw IV (side number 201). Those seem to be same what were used in making movie “Voina” (War). They might look silly for someone, who knows how german tanks looks like, but for most it really doesn’t matter, because they don’t know and they don’t care.

  12. oko says:

    don’t forget that the russia and Germany were “friends”(ribbentrop – molotov pact)untill 22.07.1941. So they (soviet) were agressors in 17.09.1939 as well as germany in 01.09.1939

  13. Arthur says:

    ..and certain other sat back hoping Germany and USSR would destroy each other so they could pick the pieces.

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