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
Many are claiming this is a photo of Abraham Lincoln. The people walking behind him are dressed in 1940's or 1950's clothing. This cannot be Abraham Lincoln. Who is this man? Tents at the left resemble those used by yankee soldiers during the War Between the States, 1861-1865.
Двоюродные братья - последний российский царь Николай II и король Англии Георг V.
Sniper Maria Kuvshinova smiles at the photographer while clasping her Mosin Nagant sniper rifle. With several dozens confirmed kills of enemy soldiers and officers, Kuvshinova earned the Order of Glory of the USSR, third class. May 1944.Sniper Maria Kuvshinova sourit au photographe tout en serrant son Mosin Nagant fusil de sniper. Avec plusieurs dizaines confirmés tue des soldats et des officiers ennemis, Kuvshinova gagné l'Ordre de la Gloire de l'URSS, la troisième classe. Mai 1944.
Маяковский и Лиля Брик в Ялте, 1926 г
georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov: “Bloodied members of the American Legion recover following a fight with members of the German American Bund (American Nazi Party) in 1938. World War I veterans...