Many photographs of the early-war in Russia show figures similar to this unfortunate Red Army private. An uncertain fate awaits him in Nazi custody.
Another unlucky “Ivan” who is falling into German hands.
Dressed in black overalls and wearing the distinctive padded, armoured vehicle helmet this officer is studying his map.
This kneeling figure, clad in his long, Russian-style greatcoat holds the Mosin-Nagant Model 1891/30 rifle.
One of the smallest Russian armoured fighting vehicles and one of the most numerous. Some captured ones were even used by the Germans.
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The Russian Army of WW2 was the only army to employ women in a full combat role. This female sniper with her hessian-camouflaged rifle edges closer to the enemy.
The SU-76 was a Soviet designed Self-Propelled Gun used during and after WW2. Its simple construction made it the second-most produced Russian armoured vehicle after the T34. Red Army crews...
Stalin’s finest General who came up through the ranks the hard way to reach supreme command and lead the Soviet Forces to victory in Berlin, May 1945.
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A great leader of his nation and also a ruthless dictator who killed millions of his own countrymen. Here, dressed in a simple, white summer uniform...Like his opponent Hitler, he...
The senior political officer in and during the Battle of Stalingrad from late 1942 to early 1943. He went on to become Premier of the USSR from 1957-1964.
Down below in the streets of the city small pockets of German resistance are still being “flushed-out” even as the red flag flies overhead. Here one Russian soldier leans over...
While most of the street fighting has died down this officer is taking no chances...He puts a fresh magazine into his pistol.
Under fire this Soldier carries a badly wounded comrade out of danger.
These two figures are again based on the same series of photographs that inspired RA064 “Raising The Red Flag” and go well with that set or...on their own.
One of the Red Army’s women fighters replenishes her magazine.
The SU-122 (Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 122mm) was a Russian-made, self-propelled howitzer or assault gun during WW2. The number ‘122’ refers to the caliber of the main armament – a 122mm M-30S...
A kneeling infantry sailor firing his PPSH41 submachine gun.
Carrying his Soviet-made ‘Burp Gun’ this sailor charges forward...