6 Photos from the Don River in USSR Occupied by Nazi in 1942

Photos from the Don River in USSR Occupied by Nazi in 1942

Posted on August 12, 2016 by Andrey


Tamas Konok Sr. is a Hungarian military correspondent who accompanied the Hungarian army moving towards Stalingrad in 1942. Obviously, he repeatedly got it in the neck from the authorities for his shots, in view of their discrepancies with the spirit of combat propaganda. Tamas was more interested in the pictures of life of inhabitants of the occupied territories and Hungarian soldiers. His series “We fight against them” was banned for display at the exhibition in Budapest in 1943.

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6 Responses to “Photos from the Don River in USSR Occupied by Nazi in 1942”

  1. Chac Mool says:

    Great post. It appears the photographer wanted to show that the invaded ‘enemies’ were also human, and the occupied lands had human beings in them.

    That’s totally prohibited in warmongering regimes. You have to dehumanize your enemy first if you want to invade it –and exploit it.

  2. Douglas says:

    My neighbor escaped from Hungary in WW II by giving her diamond jewelry to German guards. She fled to the USA.

  3. john dudley says:

    Great photo’s,a look back into history is always interesting for me.

  4. ptrcsaszi says:

    Hungarian soldiers.
    Not nazis.

  5. juan says:

    Liberated by the Nazis you mean…:)

  6. Jordan says:

    Killed by the Nazis you mean. Lots of them!

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