10 From Brest to Berlin: Amazing Photo Project of Sergey Larenkov

From Brest to Berlin: Amazing Photo Project of Sergey Larenkov

Posted on May 7, 2015 by team

Photographer Sergey Larenkov had been making these pictures for long six years. They depict cities ruined by WWII including those European hero-cities that were liberated from the fascism in bloody battles.

There are generally more than 1000 photos in the project, right now we are going to show you fifty of them. Well, let’s travel back to 1941.. (in the image above are defenders of the Brest fortress).

Germans in Brest, 1941-2013.

Minsk, 1941-2013, German occupants entering the city.

Riga, 1941-2013, damaged Soviet tank T-26.

Riga in flames.

T-26 in Smolensk.1941-2013

Tula 1941-1945, Firing at the tanks.

Gorky 1941 – Nizhny Novgorod 2013.

Infantry companies in Moscow,1941-2012.

Barricades in Moscow, 1941-2013.


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10 Responses to “From Brest to Berlin: Amazing Photo Project of Sergey Larenkov”

  1. dzon says:

    You still dont understand Poland or Latvia – do you?. Its not about losing memory about liberators – it is all about remembering what happened after WW2 – forced soviet occupation…

  2. john says:

    Very cool.

  3. ff says:

    Liberators?! F***ing occupiers!!! Brest was a polish city, occupied by the Soviet Union since 1939!!!

  4. juan says:

    If I remember well the so-called “occupiers” were well received by the people and so-called “liberators” not.

  5. Bruno says:

    Heinz Guderian and Siemion Kriwoszein during the common military parade in Brest, Eastern Poland, September 22nd of 1939
    Brothers in Arms september 1939.

  6. Bruno says:

    German–Soviet military parade in Brest-Litovsk; september 1939:

  7. Mister Twister says:

    Now THIS is what I call art. Interesting, pleases the eye, AND takes effort to produce.

  8. Papa Karlo says:

    Impressive. And now all these European cities which cost so many million lives to defend and to conquer, belong to savage mobs and hordes from Asia and Africa, who took them over in the course of just several years, without a single shot.

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