1 Liberation of Odessa

Liberation of Odessa

Posted on April 11, 2015 by team


On April 10, 1944 in the result of the Odessa operation executed from March 26 to April 14, 1944, the Ukrainian troops under the lead of general R. Malinovskiy liberated the city of Odessa from the nazi occupation. Its a significant holiday for all Odessa citizens, especially at such a difficult time for all Ukraine.

Soviet soldiers marching to Odessa, 1944.

Soviet tanks with landing troops are about to fight for the station Razdelnaya under Odessa. The 3rd Ukrainian front. April 1944.

Soviet tanks with landing troops are about to fight for the station Razdelnaya under Odessa. The 3rd Ukrainian front. April 1944.

Night attack of Soviet tanks near Razdelnaya station. Skyrockets are used for lighting. April 1944.

Attack of the Soviet infantry during liberation of Odessa, 1944.

Soviet units are crossing a firth near Odessa. April 1944.

Attack of the Soviet infantry on the outskirts of Odessa. April 9, 1944.

Self-propelled Marder II at the railway platform captured by Soviet troops in Odessa, March 1944.

Soviet torpedo boat “Vosper” in liberated Odessa. 1944.

Soviet troops are entering liberated Odessa. In the background is the Odessa Opera Theater. April 10, 1944.

Soviet soldiers on the streets of liberated city full of abandoned German equipment. 1944.

German captives under Odessa.

Soviet soldiers with a child in Odessa.

Meeting the liberators in Odessa. 1944.

Thanks to blogger aloban75 for the photos!

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One Response to “Liberation of Odessa”

  1. George says:

    Great pics showing Red Army liberating Soviet territory from the Nazies! great to see these sorts of images coming out these days.
    Cheers!

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