6 Faces of Russian Women and Men in Color from World War 2

Faces of Russian Women and Men in Color from World War 2

Posted on March 26, 2015 by tim

An awesome collection of color (or colorized) photos devoted to the faces of people participating in World War 2 from Russian side – soldiers, commanders, nurses, snipers, sailors, pilots – you name it. Pretty much standing out in such vivid color. Take a look!


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6 Responses to “Faces of Russian Women and Men in Color from World War 2”

  1. frank says:

    Ms Nunes, what do you mean by white people in Russia?
    I think Russians are still overwhelmingly white. No? Compare Putin and Obama, Putin looks white enough. No?
    I saw the cadetts from a Russian training ship in Cape Town harbour a few years ago. Those boys were so pale, if I had not seen them walking, speaking and smoking I would have thought they were dead.

  2. ff says:

    Hahahaha, Marshall Rokossovsky in Polish uniform – it is WW II? Sorry…

  3. Stalin's Cat says:

    Fantastic photos of the finest fighting men and women the world has ever seen ! My utmost respect to them and especially to the ones who paid the ultimate sacrifice and died in action – Hero’s one and all !

  4. CZenda says:

    The 4th photo in 3rd series is a killer.
    “Comrade agitprop! Whoever released the photo of the glorious Red Army soldier looking like a journeyman will be shot immediately!”

  5. Locomarshal says:

    Page 8 photo 2…is “Michael Keaton”? hiihhi

  6. Peter Nebelung says:

    It’s a pity that names and their fate couldn’t be included. Where did they end up, who survived and who died? Surely their story could be better told.

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