7 Postwar Russian Hero City

Postwar Russian Hero City

Posted on February 9, 2014 by team


The war left many cities in ruins. It was terrible to see them dull and destroyed, so many destinies and hopes were buried under those collapsed walls… Today we want to show you a Russian hero-city Volgograd the way it looked when the war just ended and some modern images of the city for comparison.

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Destroyed beer-shop.

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 via kromni

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7 responses to “Postwar Russian Hero City”

  1. Konstantin says:

    On third pictures from the end you can see young Lukashenko,staying on a right….lol. It’s a joke.Nice pictures overall.Thanks for posting.

  2. Jean says:

    When somebody is looking at the pics from absolute devastation and countless deaths, YOU (RUSSIANS) can be VERY sure that they will try to do this AGAIN using EVERY possible (and impossible) means to ATTACK AND DESTROY YOU AGAIN. DO NEVER TRUST A WESTENER (just as I am not doing) whatever they tell or say to you. I have seen the most dirty and awful things from them, so YOU ARE WARNED.

  3. Dag says:

    Problem was Stalin was in pact with Hitler and gave him all of the materials for war. Stalin knew Hitler would invade, however he wanted to be hero of all of that land mass. Stalin/Hitler 1 in the same.

  4. katok says:

    “Stalin/Hitler 1 in the same” becouse “gave him all of the materials for war” – all world gave Hitler all for the all (USA and Europe too) – “World/Stalin/Hitler 1 in the same

  5. Max Power says:

    The most disturbing image was of the destroyed beer-shop.

  6. Tshuhna says:

    It was Stalingrad

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