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FRESCOES OF THE TRUTH
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Archival photos and their graphic interpretation



 

 

 Archival photos and their graphic interpretation by V. Smelyanskiy

 

 

   

Machine gunners of the Ural volunteer tank corps at the front, 1943. The photo by unknown author (1943)

 

 

   

Tank crew members of 63d Chelyabinsk tank brigade resting between battles, 1944.  The photo by N. CHIZH (1944)

 

 

   

Sniper par excellence Abukhadzhi Idrissov


"Whether it is rain or shine, this enemy killer took his place at leading edge. During his service in the Red Army, Idrissov had slain 348 fascists. He was highly appreciated by his country and was awarded with the Order of the Red Banner and the Order of the Red Star". The photo by V. SKORODUMOV

 

 

   

Factory woman of Ural railroad cars plant No. 183 during World War II. The photo by unknown author (1942–1944)

 

 

   

Red Army jazz band of the 10th guard Ural volunteer tank corps, 1944. The photo by M. INSAROV (1944)

 

 

   

Brigade Commander M. Fomichev presenting men and commanders of 63d Chelyabinsk volunteer tank brigade with orders, 1945. The photo by N. CHIZH (1945)

 

 

   

Submachine gunner V. Timchenko, 1944. The photo by S. SUCHATOV & G. CHERTOV (1944)

 

 

   

Teenage guard trooper Ivan Kamyshev, 1943. The photo by M. INSAROV (1943)

 

 

   

Guard sergeant A. Kvanskova delivering medical care, 1944. The photo by M. INSAROV (1944)

 

 

   

Tank column of the Ural volunteer tank corps taking off from Berlin to Prague, 1945. The photo by unknown author (1945)

 

 

   

Infantryman of the Ural volunteer tank corps Rudetskiy at the front, 1943. The photo by unknown author (1943)

 

 

 

Artillery section under the command of N. Kontarev of the Ural volunteer tank corps in fire attack, 1943. The photo by M. INSAROV (1943)

 

 

   

3d Tank Battalion Komsomol organizer Starshyna Legkov (right) instructing the tank crew, 1945. The photo by N. CHIZH (1945)

 

 

   

Foster child of 63d Chelyabinsk volunteer tank brigade — Tolya Yakishev resting at a court, 1945. The photo by N. CHIZH (1945)

 

 

   

Second lieutenant F. Surkov (left) awarded with title of a Hero of Soviet Union and photographer and political instructor of the 63d Chelyabinsk volunteer tank brigade N. Chizh, 1945. The photo by N. CHIZH (1945)

 

 

   

Mortarmen under the command of T. Akishev of the Ural volunteer tank corps taking up artillery position, 1943. The photo by M. INSAROV (1943)

 

 

   
Motor driver mechanic M. Smirnov, 1944

"Suffering wounds, Smirnov headed his tank right to the enemy. The loss was 3 mortar guns and 20 killed fascists". The photo by S. SUCHATOV & G. CHERTOV (1944)

 

 

   

 
Sergeant Zelenin and Red Army machine gunner Motovilov at leading edge with their guns

"Machine gunners Zelenin and Motovilov fought with bravery and initiative in each attack. They destroyed in fights with their guns dozens of Hitler's officers and men". The photo by V. SKORODUMOV

 

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