The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

Not far away from Minsk (Belarus) there is a restored and turned into a museum company area of the times of the Second World War. It’s called “Stalin’s Line”. Let’s take a short virtual tour about it.

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Su-100 standing on a hill is seen from the distance. “Glory to the conqueror people!”

The Tour About Stalins Line

The T-34.

The Tour About Stalins Line

The tank is assembled from the parts of the seven tanks destroyed during the liberation of Belarus.

The Tour About Stalins Line

“For Soviet Belarus”

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

An artillery semi caponier.

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

Let’s go inside.

The Tour About Stalins Line

“We stand for peace and are not afraid of threads. We are ready to return a blow for a blow to warmongers!”

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The system of ventilation.

The Tour About Stalins Line

A periscope.

The Tour About Stalins Line

“Attention! The enemy is overhearing”

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

A machine-gun bunker.

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

“The borders of the USSR are sacred and untouched”

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

A machine gun carriage (in case you will have to leave the bunker).

The Tour About Stalins Line

The cooling system of the gun.

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The KS-19, an anti-aircraft gun.

The Tour About Stalins Line

Trenches restored according to the old drafts.

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

The Tour About Stalins Line

10 thoughts on “The Tour About Stalins Line”

  1. I guess there won’t be any thing about the lives of the millions of civilians who died because of his totally uncaring attitude about them, or the millions of soldiers who died because he simply didn’t care about them. And to think he would never have been able to stand on Lenin’s Mausoleum on Victory Day if it hadn’t been for them.

    Pozvolyaet nadezhde, my nikogda ne zabyvaem ih.

    • You find that all over the place, to this day the people of Russia remember them. They will never forget. No Russian family was untouched, no Russian family will ever forget. Stalin did what needed to be done, just as America did when they nuked Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Was there another way? In hindsight, there always is. War is ugly, don’t mess with mother Russia.

  2. “The borders of the U.S.S.R. are sacred and untouched.”
    A nationalistic, Stalinist sentiment; NOT Marxist (which is internationalist).

  3. Do some research on Stalin before you think he is a ‘nice guy’ he only exterminated tens of millions. Gulag death camps, purges, starvation of the Ukraine in 1933.

    Stalin gave raw materials & oil to Hitler he knew he would invade. Stalin wanted to be the liberator and take full control of Europe as well.

    I am shocked to see the people who revere this guy as a hero…

    • Before spewing another prevarication, just think logically about logistics to house, guard and feed such amount of incarcerated people. There weren’t enough population in the country at the time to simply support your numbers. The only known commodity at the time sold in sizable amounts to Germany was wheat and agricultural commodities, everything else USSR was purchasing from the west, not selling – another lie.
      And so on and so forth…

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