Great Patriotic War. (1941 - 1942)
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Scene №1 Great Patriotic War
The woods are guerrillas, passing carts - different plans.
On the way, passing battalions, regiments of Soviet troops.
Farewell to the front of the Don Cossacks in the village.
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Soviet military airfield.
Pilots ready to fly on a combat mission.
The flight of aircraft in the air - different plans.
Types of ruined cities of Crimea, Sevastopol, Sevastopol Bay - removed from the aircraft.
Destruction in Kerch after the retreat of the German troops, abandoned German military equipment.
Restoration of telephone services in Kerch.
Stand with photographs of victims of the Nazi occupation.
The corpses of the inhabitants of Kerch, shot by the Germans.
City residents dig ditch, where the Nazis shot civilians.
The bodies of the dead.
A military patrol in the streets.
Soldiers from anti-aircraft guns.
On the bay soldiers and sailors put stones on the graves of the fallen soldiers.
Gala dinner in the unit - are representatives of the command, the soldiers and commanders at the table.
Soviet soldiers and sailors run through the trenches, running the attack.
Soviet military trucks crossing over the river.
Key wordsAir Force during World War II Liberation of Crimea
Defense and internal security; World War II
Submarine commander looks through the periscope.
Marines on vacation.
Submarine commander orders sailors.
Sailors take the weapon, ready for the landing.
The sailors on the ship playing chess, reading letters.
Battle alarm signal on the ship - the sailors leave the cabin, down the stairs, running on the deck.
Navy ships in the sea.
Smokescreen over the ship.
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Camouflaged aircraft on the Soviet military airfield.
Before pilots performances by Red Army Song and Dance Ensemble.
Fighters Squadron prepare aircraft for combat missions - is charged with machine-gun belts, unload, hung bombs.
Key wordsAir Force during World War II Performers at the front
Culture and Arts; World War II