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March 1944 Ukrainian civilians in Vinnytsia gather on the city’s streets as the Soviet 38th Army, 1st Ukrainian Front, liberate the city from Axis occupation. The city had been under German occupation from 21 July 1941 until 20 March 1944. As the Germans retreated, they started large-scale fires, which can be seen in the building façades. While occupied by the Axis in 1943, the Germans discovered 91 mass graves in three locations throughout Vinnytsia containing the bodies 9,432 people, all…

March 1944 Ukrainian civilians in Vinnytsia gather on the city’s streets as the Soviet 38th Army, 1st Ukrainian Front, liberate the city from Axis occupation. The city had been under German occupation from 21 July 1941 until 20 March 1944. As the Germans retreated, they started large-scale fires, which can be seen in the building façades. While occupied by the Axis in 1943, the Germans discovered 91 mass graves in three locations throughout Vinnytsia containing the bodies 9,432 people, all…

We Will Forget Soon - The Red Army in East Germany | Indiegogo

We Will Forget Soon - The Red Army in East Germany | Indiegogo

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Der Weg der Armee nach Stalingrad, die Einschließung und der gescheiterte Entsatzversuch (Sept. 1941 – Dez.

We Will Forget Soon - The Red Army in East Germany | Indiegogo

We Will Forget Soon - The Red Army in East Germany | Indiegogo

The German evacuation from East Prussia was delayed until the last minute. Plans to evacuate people from the territories controlled by Nazi Germany were carried out  only when the defeat was inevitable, resulting in utter chaos. The evacuation in most of the Nazi-occupied areas began in January 1945, as the Red Army rapidly advanced westward. Estimates are that up to 6 million Germans may have fled or were evacuated from the area with around 86,860 deaths as a result.

The German evacuation from East Prussia was delayed until the last minute. Plans to evacuate people from the territories controlled by Nazi Germany were carried out only when the defeat was inevitable, resulting in utter chaos. The evacuation in most of the Nazi-occupied areas began in January 1945, as the Red Army rapidly advanced westward. Estimates are that up to 6 million Germans may have fled or were evacuated from the area with around 86,860 deaths as a result.

Army Staff Sgt. Mike A. Dennie Died September 29, 2004 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom 31, of Fayetteville, N.C.; assigned to the 106th Finance Battalion, Kitzingen, Germany; died Sept. 29 in Balad, Iraq, of injuries sustained Sept. 22 when the driver of his military vehicle pulled off the road and lost control, causing it to roll over, in Baghdad.

Army Staff Sgt. Mike A. Dennie Died September 29, 2004 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom 31, of Fayetteville, N.C.; assigned to the 106th Finance Battalion, Kitzingen, Germany; died Sept. 29 in Balad, Iraq, of injuries sustained Sept. 22 when the driver of his military vehicle pulled off the road and lost control, causing it to roll over, in Baghdad.

24.06.1945 Moscow Victory Parade, celebrating defeat of Nazi Germany. Polish Army (left side) general Wladyslaw Korczyc.

24.06.1945 Moscow Victory Parade, celebrating defeat of Nazi Germany. Polish Army (left side) general Wladyslaw Korczyc.

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