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 Lieutenant) August 04, 2016

This is the third video about Battle of Stalingrad made by Russian legocrazymotion. Two previous parts are amazing. On the next posts I'll show them. Meanwhile, you can enjoy this stunning video focused on the duel of snipers in the midst of the battle in his final phase.

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This tank liberated Surovikino town in the end of 1942. In 2011 this tank was lifted from a river bed and it was brought, restored and displayed at the Museum of Stalingrad Battle.

The tank was part of the 10 T-34/76 who fought in the district of Surovikino 6 of which were destroyed in...read more

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Suddenly and without warning, early on the morning of 22 June 1941, over three million Axis forces lunged across the Soviet state border and commenced Hitler’s infamous Operation Barbarossa. Spearheaded by four powerful panzer groups and protected by an impenetrable curtain of air support, the...read more

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The Romanians often get blamed for the disaster at Stalingrad, but taking a closer look reveals that there is reason to blame. Although the common German soldier couldn’t know better, there is no reason to not address to wrong myth.

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To mark the Victory Day, don't miss these Soviet films, they are:

"Two Soldiers" is a war film made in Tashkent (where the Soviet cinema industry had been evacuated) at the height of theGreat Patriotic War, in 1943. The film stars ...read more

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This project examines the pivotal role played by Luftwaffe tactical operations in support of the German Sixth Army during its encirclement at Stalingrad, 19 November 1942 -02 February 1943. These operations are separate and distinct from the aerial resupply missions flown by VIII Fliegerkorps...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) November 18, 2014
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Number Ten.- The Battle of Iwo Jima (February 1845 to March 1945)

  • A bloody battle of attrition that saw around 22,000 Japanese soldiers die. American victory secured an important air base.

Number Nine.- The Battle of Kursk (July 1943...read more

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 HQ Batallón) October 26, 2014

Friedrich Paulus, an aristoricratic veteran, played a key role in the German rearmament. He led the 6th Army during the Battle of Stalingrad, but was declared a "traitor" after surrending, and was held in Russian captivity until 1954. He died in Germany a few years later in 1957.

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