Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Next set of  pictures of the Second World War accidentally found by some old people in their attic.

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Explosion. Nobody will never know where it happened and what exploded.

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

A major general with binoculars.

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Modern jeeps would definitely have some difficulties on these roads.

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Military airdrome

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Funny soldiers

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Women’s fashion of the 1941-1945

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Soviet soldier

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

One more picture near the gates

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Lieutenant

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Photo with a car. Young people of that time are not very different from those of today

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

Front-line girlfriend

Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2

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15 thoughts on “Rare Pictures Of The Second World War, Part 2”

  1. A. Bunka here. The poor roads actually helped the Russians, who were better able to cope then the Germans with them. I understand just before the Moscow offensive, it rained and rained and rained. Turning the whole field into an impassable mud pit. It’s hard to maintain supply lines over roads like there.

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  2. Stalin the Supremo barely made it out of his incompetence- Zhukov saved his rear end. But the War broke him. Too bad he survived it to cause another 8 years of oppression. His magnates could have taken power from from in the last days of June 1941 (after Minsk fell to the Germans) but they “chickened out.” Lost opportunity…

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    • Nikiita Hruzhev created after coming to power, the cult of Zhukov.
      Marshal Zhukov – is a fool and an executioner, but he helped Hruschuevu come to power.

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  3. The US and allies should have sided with Germany and removed communism from soviet Russia. The Nazis could have been ousted later also.

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  4. @ DouglasUrantia- I think the Nazis were a much bigger threat than the Soviets! So frustrating we still hear so much of that “Reds under beds” propaganda…Still, both sides of the war were financed by the same people, who had also ousted the Romanovs and created the revolution…The Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Prescott/Bushes and other elite/ Illuminati families. There is a lot of evidence out there proving this alternate view of the war, the origins of Nazism, etc. The Nazis then went on to positions of power across North and Central America…Especially Nazi scientists…

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  5. The pictures are fascinating to see- I wonder how many of these pictures still exist amongst people’s possessions, or are waiting to be found in abandoned locations, or sadly how many valuable such pictures have been lost to war, decay, weather, etc.
    So sad, but poignantly beautiful at the same time. So sad there was such a tragic loss of life.

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