7 World War II In Photographs

World War II In Photographs

Posted on May 10, 2012 by team

Despite the fact you could see some of these photos in older posts on ER we offer you to look at them in one huge collection again and thank those who died in order we could live.


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7 Responses to “World War II In Photographs”

  1. Stalins Cat says:

    I am in awe of the brave Russian men and women who fought ( and worked in the mines,factories,docks etc:)under unbelievable pressure in the defeat of the arrogant,cowardly Nazi dogs.
    My utmost respect.

  2. Zoidberg says:

    Great series. Please keep them comming. Thanks

  3. (r)evolutionist says:

    To E. Europe: Goodbye, Naziism; Hello, Stalinism.

  4. Claus says:

    Moarte sovieticilor traiasca nazismul.

  5. Jeremy says:

    I noticed in this set, the Russians had women on the front line. Was this common? Great set of pics BTW

    • Babysitter says:

      Yes, women did a lot of job on the front line, they were medics, many were providing communications. Women were excellent snipers and reconaissance pilots. Their participation on the front line was voluntary but there was no shortage in women volunteers.

  6. Al says:

    Amazing history. Thank you for the translation.

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