The crossing of water obstacles by the red army. (1943 - 1944)
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Scene №1 The crossing of water obstacles by the red army
Red army units in the campaign.
Transportation of the wounded by horse-drawn transport.
Artillery crews drive past the destroyed houses.
A red army officer picks up a child in a liberated locality.
A red army soldier talks with one of the local residents.
Sappers carry tree trunks to cross the river.
View of the broken pontoon crossing.
Personnel of the military engineering division on the shore before the start of repair of the ferry.
Red army soldiers carry the boat on their shoulders.
The engineers tie the rafts of logs.
A red army unit is crossing the river on rafts made of logs.
Red army soldiers conduct training on disembarking from rafts.
A red army unit forces a water barrier on a makeshift catamaran made of plank flooring and two boats.
Red army soldiers cross the river in boats.
Trucks pull into a makeshift ferry.
Red army soldiers in a boat set off from the shore.
Red army units and armored vehicles cross the river on a temporary bridge-deck and on pontoons.
Red army soldiers at lunch time eating cereal from the pot.
The personnel of one of the units is sitting on the shore waiting for the crossing.
Red army soldiers in a boat approach the shore.
Crossing of equipment and cavalry fording.
The General gives orders to the commanders of the crossing units.
View of the river.
Red army soldiers run along the coast to the ferry.
Sleeping on the shore of the red army.
A squad of Marines is transported in a boat to the opposite shore.
World War II; Army