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Images of soldiers in vienna 1945

Video footage of the Red Army fighting in Vienna, 1945

We’ve added a new video containing authentic footage from World War 2 on our new channel “Argunners Archive” (which will feature solely authentic content, so feel free to subscrive). This new video features footage from the Soviet Red Army rushing into the city of Vienna (Wien) during the Second World War in 1945. Depicting combat …

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Memorial Park Klessin

Memorial for Fallen Soldiers in Klessin during World War 2 seeking Funds

Wuhdener Heimatverein is calling for donations to create and erect a memorial park for fallen soldiers of both te German and Soviet Army that fell here in 1945. The memorial will be build in and around the place where the old castle (now only a ruin) of Klessin stood in Brandenburg, Germany. In total they …

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REVIEW: My Way (2011) – Immense Action World War II Movie

My Way (2011), a South Korean World War II movie,  and apparently being one of the most expensive Korean films ever made with a budget of ₩28 billion (US$24 million), is loosely based on the story of Yang Kyoungjong. Yang Kyoungjong was a Korean soldier, who fought with the Imperial Japanese Army, the Soviet Red Army, and eventually the German Wehrmacht (in …

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Roza Shanina

The Story of Roza Shanina (Female Red Army Sniper)

Roza Shanina was only 14 when she ran away from home and only 20 when she became a sniper in the Red Army, determined to face the German invaders that stormed the USSR in World War II. Despite her young age, the army’s lukewarm disposition towards women-soldiers, and the trials of combat, Roza Shanina was celebrated …

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