7 World War II In Photographs

World War II In Photographs

Despite the fact you could see some of these photos in older posts on ER we offer you to look at them in one huge collection again and thank those who died in order we could
live.
11 Wolves Walking Along Stupino

Wolves Walking Along Stupino

Some wolves and a dozen of other animals live on the provate territory in Stupino, the
Moscow region. The owner often walks with them along the streets of the town...
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9 The 30th Turret Battery Or Fort Maxim Gorky-I

The 30th Turret Battery Or Fort Maxim Gorky-I

Defence of Sevastopol in 1941-42 that lasted 250-days became one of the brightest pages of the WWII history. Defenders of the Black Sea fleet main base frustrated the plans of the German command to proceed to the Caucasus
and influenced the course of the way. The 30th and 35th turret batteries played important roles in Sevastopol defence, they became the main artillery power that inflicted considerable losses of the Germans.
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26 Soviet Cars Advertising, Part III

Soviet Cars Advertising, Part III

Check out the previous parts
of the nostalgic vintage ads:
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53 Are You Safe In Moscow Streets?

Are You Safe In Moscow Streets?

The guy decided to make an experiment and check if people can feel safe in the Moscow streets. On 9th of May he took an AK-74 gun and had a nice walk along the central streets of
the Russian capital. Funny or scary but nobody stopped him or even asked him any questions while the city was full of police. What if it was not just an experiment?
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2 Kamchatka: Up To Avacha

Kamchatka: Up To Avacha

It's not so hard to climb Avachinsky volcano. The path
leads up only in some places sinking in snow...
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33 Victory Parades 2012

Victory Parades 2012

On the 9th of May in many Russian cities Victory Parades were
traditionally held. Some photos are for your attention.
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12 What Remained of the Shabrovsky Talc Pit

What Remained of the Shabrovsky Talc Pit

Widely known open pit "Staraya Linza" ("Old Lens") attracts many tourists in any season but few know the history of the place. The deposit of the talc stone has been known since the 1880s. It used to be developed
by primitive methods. In the end of 1930 the government decided to speed up the development of the Ural deposits. Thus they started to inspect the Shabrovsky deposit of talc-magnesite stone.
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17 News From Russian Roads, Part 56

News From Russian Roads, Part 56

The "sparkling" upgrade of a
VAZ-21099 with a low low clearance.
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11 Old Color Magic Of Peter Vedenisov

Old Color Magic Of Peter Vedenisov

Peter Ivanovich Vedenisov (1866-1937) graduated from the Moscow conservatory in 1888 and came to Yalta where soon became one of the most interesting persons in the city. He was a professional pianist and often perfomed. Was interested in local history,
meteorology and photography, could make color autochromes on the glass. They looked wonderful on the screen being projected there by a magic lantern. 150 color sheet glasses of Peter Vedenisov made between 1909 and 1914 have been preserved till today.
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