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Moscow Is Behind

Posted on October 13, 2011 by


‘Moscow Is Behind’ military-historical event took place in Moscow area Sunday October, 9 . Over 500 people from Russia and countries of CIS gathered  at Borodino Village to once again recall the events which had happened in the fall of 1941. The ‘Wehrmacht’ army siezed ‘the village’ and the ‘Red Army’ had to free it and this time, to make it look more real, they brought conscripts with submachine guns.

Everybody was preparing for the battle in his/her own way.

Tankmen.

The ‘Werhmacht’ soldiers were ‘praying’ for their dead friends.

More ‘graves’ were to appear soon.

Some relaxed by listening to the music.

Some were just smoking.

Some were checking the communication line.

A plane appeared out of the blue and began bombing the Germans.

‘Achtung’!

The soldiers defended themselves by shooting back.

Waiting for an order.

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9 Responses to “Moscow Is Behind”

  1. Alliance says:

    Good shots. (“zum Angriff” or “Vorwärts” (which means ‘forward!’/’head on!’) is the correct German exclamation.)

  2. geoff says:

    That looks so real. Were do they get all that proper gear from, uniforms ,guns a plane!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I am curious as to why the German troops are carrying Mosin-Nagants and SVT-40s :P

    • Tovarich Volk says:

      You don’t think that an invading army would leave the arms of fallen enemy soldiers behind for potential resistance fighters would you? –thankfully though the Germans lost.

  4. mooo says:

    Don’t know exactly about the Mosin’s but i know Germans did use captured Svt-40’s.

    • yojimbo says:

      The Germans made quite common use of the PPsh-41 and later in the war the use of Mosins was quite common as well.Interestingly Germany Scouts normally issued mp-38 or mp-40s preferred the PPsh-41 and later PPh-43 and many Soviet scouts preferred the mp-38/40s.This may have been partly due to their infiltration of enemy lines where using the enemy weapon was of benefit.

  5. George Johnson says:

    If they did this in America, liberals would whine about somebody dressing up as a German. Like you can have a one sided re-enactment.

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