Leningrad, Stalingrad, Kiev and other Soviet cities, where fierce battles with the German army continued, Russian people called simply “the eastern front”. Huge losses from both sides must remain permanently in the memory.
Soviet soldiers attack the enemy at Stalingrad, fall 1942.
A commander of Cossack troops near Kharkov, 1942.
A German anti-tank gun waits for Russian tanks, 1942.
Residents of Leningrad are stocking up on water, 1942.
For the last journey on sled, Leningrad, fall 1942.
The fight for Rostov, August 1942.
A German mechanized column force the Don, July 1942.
A Russian woman after the German attack.
The execution of Jews near Kiev, 1942.
A German soldier with a Russian gun, spring, 1942.