3 World War II as Seen by Soviet Photographer Valery Faminski [34 photos]

World War II as Seen by Soviet Photographer Valery Faminski [34 photos]

Posted on June 5, 2018 by tim


A soviet man served as a war photographer for the Red Army since 1943. He was almost on every front of the World War II, participated in Berlin siege. His photos were not really very much published but in 1979 Soviet Photographers Union made a first exhibition of his works. They called it “Fifty years on the roads of war and piece with a camera”. And here are some of his photos.

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3 Responses to “World War II as Seen by Soviet Photographer Valery Faminski [34 photos]”

  1. Douglas says:

    The last photo is the burned out German: Reichstag which of course is in Berlin.

  2. Ralf says:

    Who start the fire can burn himself. Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact.

    • Asmodeus says:

      Ribbentrop ended up hanged, babbling nonsense about his dead Adolf. And Molotov kept leading his country until it soon became a Super Power in every field.

      Playing with fire is not for everybody.

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