1 Show of the Russian Aerobatic Teams

Show of the Russian Aerobatic Teams

The event was held in the beginning of June 2012 and was devoted to the 70th
anniversary of the Leningrad Army decorated with the Order of the Red Banner.
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5 From the River Bottom Back to Life

From the River Bottom Back to Life

Tank KV-1 raised from the bottom of the Neva river in November, 16th, 2011 is being restored now in the Museum of the Battle
for Leningrad. After the restoration it will participate in historical reconstructions and military parades.
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18 War Finding In the Lake

War Finding In the Lake

The plane performed the forced landing on the ice of Krivoye lake in November, 25th, 1943. The pilot and the wounded shooter survived, but the ice didn't
bear the weight of the plane and it the Il-2 sank on the bottom of the lake. Now it's going to be sent to Novosibirsk for restorarion.
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22 Dogs With Wolf Blood

Dogs With Wolf Blood

Attempts to cross dogs and wolves have been made since the time of the Ancient
Rome. And only the project of the Perm wolf-dogs can be called successful.
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3 Task Force of the Russian Army

Task Force of the Russian Army

Task force of the Russian army,
the photos are dated 1916.
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8 Russian Army 1880 And 1892

Russian Army 1880 And 1892

Here you may see the uniforms of the
Russian Army worn back in 1880 and 1892.
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14 The Tank That Changed the Course of the War

The Tank That Changed the Course of the War

T-34 was made on a basis of a battle tank A-32 and accepted for service in 1939. The construction of this vehicle was a quantum jump in the Russian
and world tank-building. For the first time it successfully combined antiprojectile armor, powerful weapons and reliable undercarriage.
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0 In the Sky And On the Ground

In the Sky And On the Ground

  Tambov, flight school named after M. M. Raskova.
Air show devoted to the City Day, June, 9th.
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5 Great Ice-Breaker Of a Sad Destiny

Great Ice-Breaker Of a Sad Destiny

The legendary ice-breaker "Baikal" was considered to be the second largest and most powerful ice-breaker while its construction. By the end of the XIX century they could not end the construction of the Siberian railway, Baikal was the breakpoint. So in 1883 Julius Witte, the secretary of finance, offered to arrange ship crossing over Baikal. In
1885 they decided to build an ice-breaking ferry. 12 plants participated in the construction: Soviet and foreign ones. The ice-breaker travelled much from place to place being tested, assembled and dissassembled... In fact it was mainly built by constructors from St. Petersburg. They used the best Martic steel to build it.
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10 Military Treasury of Moscow

Military Treasury of Moscow

We are at the Central Armed Forces Museum of Moscow. Where else one can see so much military equipment in one place? The museum has been existing since 1919, in the new
building - since 1965. It's one of the largest historic and military country museums. More or less modern equipment was brought here 15-20 years for the last time.
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