The Great Patriotic War

The Great Patriotic War

The collapse of Hitler's Germany is approaching. "On June 22, 1941, German fascist hordes treacherously attacked our country by order of Hitler's oberbandite, using the temporary superiority of forces, Hitler dreamed of capturing the entire Soviet Union in two months and turning our great freedom-loving people into slaves of German barons and landowners ..."

        The collapse of Hitler's Germany is approaching. "On June 22, 1941, German fascist hordes treacherously attacked our country on the orders of Hitler's oberbandite." Taking advantage of the temporary superiority of forces, Hitler dreamed of capturing the entire Soviet Union in two months and turning our great freedom-loving people into slaves of German barons and landowners ... "
[B. m.]: Publishing house of the Minsk rural underground RK KP (b) B, [1944].
1944
Национальная библиотека Беларуси

Declaration on the defeat of Germany and the assumption of supreme authority over Germany by the governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom and the United States of America and the Provisional Government of the French Republic

Declaration on the defeat of Germany and the assumption of supreme authority over Germany by the governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom and the United States of America and the Provisional Government of the French Republic. Berlin, June 5, 1945.
1945
Архив внешней политики РФ

"Hitler's Germany and its vassals stand on the eve of their disaster" (from the report of JV Stalin on November 6, 1943)

Kokosh, Anatoly Dionisyevich (1900-1960). "Hitler's Germany and its vassals stand on the eve of their disaster" (from the report of JV Stalin on November 6, 1943).
2015
Российская Академия художеств. Науч. б-ка

Ratification of the Treaty between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United Kingdom in Britain on an alliance in the war against Hitlerite Germany and its accomplices in Europe and on cooperation and mutual assistance after the war

Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich (1890-1986). Ratification of the Treaty between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United Kingdom in Britain on the alliance in the war against Hitlerite Germany and its accomplices in Europe and on cooperation and mutual assistance after the war. [Moscow]: OGIZ. State Publishing House of Political Literature, 1942.
1942
Забайкальская КУНБ

Appeal to the youth of the Vileika region. "The youth of Belarus from the first days of the German occupation were massacred.With the mass extermination and forcible hijacking for hard labor in Germany, the German fascists tried to break the resistance of young people, to conquer it, to make of it humble servants - slaves ..."

        Appeal to the youth of the Vileika region. "The youth of Belarus from the first days of the German occupation were massacred.With the mass extermination and forcible hijacking for hard labor in Germany, the German fascists tried to break the resistance of young people, conquer it, make of it humble servants - slaves ...".
[B. m.]: publication of the newspaper "Syalanskaya Gazeta", [1943].
1943
Национальная библиотека Беларуси

Appeal to the youth of the Svirsky district. "From the first days of the German occupation, the youth of Belarus underwent mass extermination: young people were forcibly taken to hard labor in Germany, the German monsters wanted from our Belarusian youth to make themselves submissive slave servants ..."

        Appeal to the youth of the Svirsky district. "From the first days of the German occupation, the youth of Belarus underwent mass extermination: young people were forcibly taken to hard labor in Germany, German monsters wanted from our Belarusian youth to make themselves submissive servants-slaves ...".
Minsk: Publishing house of the newspaper "Chyrvony syag", [1943].
1943
Национальная библиотека Беларуси

"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
Российская Академия художеств. Науч. б-ка

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