Battle Of Stalingrad-Part 2

Unseen Rare Images From Battle Of Stalingrad: Large Pictures: Part 2

A German soldier fastens the Nazi flag onto a building in Stalingrad. October 1942


Germans fire with the machine-gun MG 34


Nikita Khrushchev (right) with other top officers of the Soviet Military Tribunal for the South-Western Front


1943. Stalingrad. Russian engineers work on a captured German Messerschmitt BF 109


October 1942. Russian soldiers fire away from a building in the "Red October" Factory. Stalingrad.

The corpse of a German soldier at the direction sign at Stalingrad. February 1943.

Stalingrad. 1943. After it was all over. German POW made to work as laborers. Here they are clearing the rubble.

German prisoners loading a lorry with bricks in Stalingrad. 1947.

German soldiers using the light infantry gun 7,5 cm LeIG 18 change the position of the gun during the battle of Stalingrad. September 1942.


German tanks in the great bend of the Don. July 1942.

German troops in the great bend of the Don. July 1942.

The famous mill after the battle of Stalingrad, July - August 1943.

Commander of the 6th Army, Friedrich von Paulus at the headquarters of the 76th Infantry Division. Stalingrad, 1942.

The commander of the 4th Air Force V. Richthofen (with binoculars) and the commander of the 16th Armored Division H. Hube watching the bombardment of Stalingrad August 23, 1942.

Stalingrad six months after the end of hostilities. Summer 1943.

The man who broke the Wehrmacht at Stalingrad. The commander of the 62nd Army, Lieutenant General VI Chuikov at the command post.

A German tank Pz.Kpfw. III. and other military trucks lie destroyed in Stalingrad. 1943.

A German non-commissioned officer with captured Soviet sub-machine gun PPS hiding behind a bunch of plant debris. Stalingrad, September-October 1942

German soldiers with a MG 34 machine-gun prepare for battle. Stalingrad. September-October 1942
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