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Orel battle. (1943)

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

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Reel №1 Orel battle

Line of defense of one of the sections of the front.

Preparation of Nazi troops for an attack on Orel bridgehead.

Soviet sappers undermine the approaches to the defensive line.

Friendly German tanks.

Soviet artillery shelling on the advancing tanks.

Dogfight.

Soviet troops are going to attack.

Medics carried the wounded from the battlefield.

German prisoners through the streets of Kursk.

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1943

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Soviet troops crossing the river on pontoons.

Sappers Demining countryside.

The tanks are a breakthrough Orlovsky bridgehead.

Dogfight.

Downed Soviet aircraft landing at the airport.

Burning plane (German) falls down.

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Breakthrough by Soviet troops of the German defense.

Soviet soldiers captured German dugouts withdrawn from them prisoners of the Germans.

Liberation Forces settlements.

Local people are returning to their homes from the forests.

Types of Mtsensk with the destroyed town houses.

Types Bolhova after the liberation from the Nazis.

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Destroyed German bunker, lined with German tanks and guns.

Captured German soldiers.

The offensive of the Central Front.

Commander of the Central Front, Army General Rokossovsky at the command post.

Offensive infantry, tanks.

Troops involved in the operation of the Steppe and Voronezh Front.

City on Fire Eagle fires.

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Meeting Eagle population of Soviet troops.

Liberation of prisoners from Nazi torture chambers.

The ruins of the city's buildings.

Types of Belgorod after release.

Funeral of Soviet soldiers who died during the liberation of Orel and Belgorod.

Fireworks in Moscow to commemorate the liberation of Orel and Belgorod.

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