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Russian Flamethrower, Stalingrad WW2, the advances in technology on the war front was amazing, everyone put their heads together to improve everything

Russian Flamethrower, Stalingrad WW2, the advances in technology on the war front was amazing, everyone put their heads together to improve everything

Mengele (Dr. Death) in background as 'Dr.' prepares to 'operate' on a child at Auschwitz. (EVIL)

Mengele (Dr. Death) in background as 'Dr.' prepares to 'operate' on a child at Auschwitz. (EVIL)

Chernobyl 1986 reactor #4 exploded. Worlds worst Nuclear accident.

Chernobyl 1986 reactor #4 exploded. Worlds worst Nuclear accident.

Red Army woman-officer of a health service in a winter uniform. Winter 1942-43.  The lieutenant of Soviet Army Burova.

Red Army woman-officer of a health service in a winter uniform. Winter 1942-43. The lieutenant of Soviet Army Burova.

Vassili Staline

Vassili Staline

Portrait of a Soviet medical orderly of the 1st Guards Cavalry Corps during the Battle of Moscow on the Eastern Front. Near Moscow, Russia, ...

Portrait of a Soviet medical orderly of the 1st Guards Cavalry Corps during the Battle of Moscow on the Eastern Front. Near Moscow, Russia, ...

World War II Soviet soldier, this caught my eye because I always forget that they're were women in WWII

World War II Soviet soldier, this caught my eye because I always forget that they're were women in WWII

Russian medic

Russian medic

A soldier reads a letter from home.

A soldier reads a letter from home.

Frida Lekhtman was born in 1921 in the village of Litino, Ukraine. When Frida was two years old her family moved to Vinnitsa. In May 1942 she volunteered to join the Red Army and was assigned to the communications battalion on the Western Front. From June 1944 she participated in Operation Bagration (June 23 - August 29, 1944) for the liberation of Belarus, the Baltic States, and eastern Poland. Frida Lekhtman ended the war in Königsberg, East Prussia in May, 1945

Frida Lekhtman was born in 1921 in the village of Litino, Ukraine. When Frida was two years old her family moved to Vinnitsa. In May 1942 she volunteered to join the Red Army and was assigned to the communications battalion on the Western Front. From June 1944 she participated in Operation Bagration (June 23 - August 29, 1944) for the liberation of Belarus, the Baltic States, and eastern Poland. Frida Lekhtman ended the war in Königsberg, East Prussia in May, 1945