Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

On 3rd March 1918 bolsheviks and the German signed the Brest peace treaty that gave the city of Kharkiv, Ukraine, under the German occupation. In early April 1918 German troops occupied the city. The revolution of November 1918 put an end to this and the German troops began to leave Kharkiv. These photos show Kharkiv in the days of the German occupation.

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Blagoveschenk Church, 1918

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Railway station

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

The German commandant’s headquarters

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

City Theater

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Yekaterinoslavskaya Street

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Market

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Moscow Merchant Bank

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Nicholas Church and “Metropol” hotel

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Pavlovskaya Square anthe Assumption Cathedral

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Universitetskaya Gorka district

Kharkiv Under German Occupation In 1918

Southern Railway Office

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