Thanks for the pictures, good post mate.
great pictures thanks alot for posting them
Impressive pics, nice post!
That doesn't make the Red Army's crimes tolerable.Originally Posted by afrographX
Last edited by Lazarou; 10-26-2005 at 10:01 AM.
Apparently Afro, while the German attrocities in Russia were certainly bad...they had nothing on what the Russians did in Germany!
Having said that the greatest killer of Russian troops was Stalin.
So, in your opinion, Russian crimes in Germany circa 1945 overshadowed German crimes that led to the deaths of 17 million Soviet civilians in 1941-1944?Apparently Afro, while the German attrocities in Russia were certainly bad...they had nothing on what the Russians did in Germany!
How many Soviet lives is a German worth, then?
What the ****!! Becouse of the one photo where soviet soldier is taking bike from a german you made a hell of a talk about crimes made by both sides....
Seen that before, i think its 1/4 models what i can remember
These pictures really illustrate how much Germany got owned in the final days of the war.
Thanks for the great pix!!
Hadn't seen some of those before.
The images of entrenched Panthers along with Tigers and King Tigers are particularly new to me.
Actually, the small amount of fanatical defenders (ca. 100K) inflicted absolutely horriffic losses upon the invaders and themselves, especially after Soviets (ca 1 Million) crossed the Oder River and the Battle of the Seelower Heights began.Originally Posted by Kak
The irony is that all resistance was a relatively futile and largely suicidal in the face of pending Soviet socio-political retribution.
I believe that this is what you were meaning to illustrate in your statement.
The images of the FLAK towers are particularly interesting. These proved to be some of the most difficult obstacles the Soviets had to counter:
My request, does anybody have fotos of the actual Weidendammer Bridge tank battle aftermath.
Don't confuse this bridge with the often mislabled Moltke Bridge. Thanks!