16 German Reichstag Building Before and After

German Reichstag Building Before and After

Posted on May 9, 2016 by tim


German Reichstag building was one of the central targets for the Red Army to capture due to its perceived symbolic significance. Today, visitors to the building can still see Soviet graffiti on smoky walls inside as well as on part of the roof, which was preserved during the reconstructions after reunification. Yevgeny Khaldei took the famous picture, Raising a flag over the Reichstag, on 2 May 1945. The picture symbolizes the victory of USSR over Germany. Now let’s see how it looked before and after May 1945.



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16 Responses to “German Reichstag Building Before and After”

  1. Rabbi Goldstein says:

    Goyim, you destroyed your only hope.

    • No Mame says:

      Wrong, FAKE Troll. It’s your mass murdering, racist Nazis who got crushed and destroyed for ever. Ask Eva!
      Now, keep crying…

  2. Papa Karlo says:

    Soviet soldiers were very happy to be in Berlin, for sure. Because that was their only hope, that after taking over Berlin, the Cannibal Stalin would stop sending them to death, by one hundred of thousands after another.
    They were wrong, unfortunately. Right after Berlin, a large part of them were transferred over without any break, directly to China, where 10 thousand of Soviet soldiers perished for nothing, fighting Japanese. But that was only the beginning, because Stalin had planned invasion of the Japanese islands. and the anticipated losses of Soviet soldiers in that invasion were in hundreds of thousands.
    To a great Stalin’s disappointment, thanks to the US nuclear bombs, Japan surrendered just before the invasion started. Staling still tried to persuade Americans to invade Japan anyway (he wanted to divide Japan between USSR and US, into North and South Japan, similar to Korea and Germany). Luckily for those unnumbered Soviet soldiers, Americans refused. And so grudgingly, Stalin had to cancel this much anticipated slaughter.

    • Igor says:

      You ram eater, Truman , in one fell swoop killed 20,000 Japanese civilians that would frighten Stalin.

    • Agent Beeman says:

      LoL. Soviet soldiers were happy to be in Berlin, because they beated the crap out of the genocidal, mad racist Nazis. Your kind of guys.

      …”the Cannibal Stalin would stop sending them to death, by one hundred of thousands after…”. Really? Seems you see too many Cold War movies. They WON, totally obliterated and killed off the best army in the world. You didn’t know?

      …”where 10 thousand of Soviet soldiers perished for nothing, fighting Japanese….”. For nothing? LOLZ. They smashed a One Million Man Japanese Army in days, kicked the Japs out from the Eastern Asian Mainland –an area the size of Western Europe! They got back what the Tsar lost in 1905. You’re hilarious now.

      Now, please keep crying for another 70 years. It’s fun!

  3. Oscar Goldman says:

    Nice butthurt BS. Why do you like to Fail so much “Karlo” Boy? Still “think” that the Tsar “won” over the Germans and Japos? LOL. Too much blind hatred blurs your vision.

  4. Chac Mool says:

    Too many butthurt “nazi” kids here. Fun to watch.

  5. Jim Ironwood says:

    Perspective is everything

    • Cover me, Porkins! says:

      Eva’s perspective (in her wedding day) might be interesting.

    • Adolf says:

      ….Bring me Fegelein… Get me Fegelein! Where is FEGELEIN?? FEGELEIN!! FEGELEIN!! FEGELEEEEIIN!!!


      • Asmodeus says:

        Fegelein! Haha!! He is an epic legend. LOL. That’s another “perspective” when everything went to the toilet to desperate Adolf.
        Happy anniversary!

  6. larsqwe says:

    Capturing the lair of the Nazi beast after four years of the most brutal warfare must have been exhilarating for the Soviets.

  7. David Takmoto Castro says:

    As always your site provides fantastic pictures and tells history in a way we are not used to see here in the west. Thank you so much for your effort and great quality of your posts.

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