[между 1941 и 1945]

[между 1941 и 1945]

"The Battle of Stalingrad ended in the encirclement of the 300,000-strong army of the Germans, the defeat of the latter and the capture of about one-third of the encircled troops." In order to have an idea of ​​the size of the unprecedented massacre in the fields of Stalingrad, it is necessary to know that at the end of the Battle of Stalingrad, and 147 thousand 200 killed German soldiers and officers were buried and 46 thousand 700 killed Soviet soldiers and officers were stolen.Stalingrad was the decline of the German-fascist army.Since the Stalingrad massacre, as is known, the Germans could not already be compensated I "(J. Stalin, Report 6 / XI-43)

Timofeev, Yevgeny Fedorovich (1910-). "The Battle of Stalingrad ended in the encirclement of the 300,000-strong army of the Germans, the defeat of the latter and the capture of about one-third of the encircled troops." In order to have an idea of ​​the size of the unprecedented massacre in the fields of Stalingrad, it is necessary to know that at the end of the Battle of Stalingrad, and 147 thousand 200 killed German soldiers and officers were buried and 46 thousand 700 killed Soviet soldiers and officers were stolen.Stalingrad was the decline of the German-fascist army.Since the...
2015
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"When entering the war, the members of the Hitlerite bloc hoped for a quick victory, they already distributed to anyone in advance what would happen: to whom pies and pyshki, to whom bruises and cones." It is clear that they intended bruises and cones to their opponents, to themselves pies and pyshki. now it is clear that Germany and its lackers will not get pies and pyshki, that they will now have to share bruises and cones among themselves "(J. Stalin, Report 6 / XI-43)

Timofeev, Yevgeny Fedorovich (1910-197-?). "When entering the war, the members of the Hitlerite bloc hoped for a quick victory: they had already distributed to someone in advance what would happen: to whom pies and pyshki, to whom bruises and cones." It is clear that they intended bruises and cones to their opponents, pies and pyshki. it is now clear that Germany and its lackers will not get pies and pyshki, that they will now have to share bruises and cones among themselves "(J. Stalin, Report 6 / XI-43). \n
2015
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Long live the victorious Red Army, heroically fighting for the honor, freedom and independence of our Fatherland against the German fascist invaders!

Timofeev, Yevgeny Fedorovich (1910-197-?). Long live the victorious Red Army, heroically fighting for the honor, freedom and independence of our Fatherland against the German fascist invaders !.
2015
Российская Академия художеств. Науч. б-ка

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