55 items in this album on 3 pages.

German soldier with a captured PPSh-41 submachine gun, circa 1940sSoviet troops posing with PPSh-41 submachine guns and a captured German MG34 machine gun, date unknownSoviet troops at Smolensk, Russia, 1 Jul 1941; note PPSh-41 and Mosin-Nagant weaponsSoviet ski troops on patrol, Russia, 26 Dec 1941; note PPSh-41 submachine guns
German soldier with a captured PPSh-41 submachine gun, circa 1940sSoviet troops posing with PPSh-41 submachine guns and a captured German MG34 machine gun, date unknownSoviet troops at Smolensk, Russia, 1 Jul 1941; note PPSh-41 and Mosin-Nagant weaponsSoviet ski troops on patrol, Russia, 26 Dec 1941; note PPSh-41 submachine guns
Soviet sappers disarming a mine, 1941-1945Soviet troops patrolling Pulkovo Heights south of Leningrad, Russia, 1 Mar 1942Soviet troops fighting in Yukhnov, Russia, 10 Apr 1942Soviet troops with PPSh-41 submachine guns in a village in the Caucasus region of southern Russia, summer 1942
Soviet sappers disarming a mine, 1941-1945Soviet troops patrolling Pulkovo Heights south of Leningrad, Russia, 1 Mar 1942Soviet troops fighting in Yukhnov, Russia, 10 Apr 1942Soviet troops with PPSh-41 submachine guns in a village in the Caucasus region of southern Russia, summer 1942
A Russian soldier, sailor, and a political officer in Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1943Soviet Senior Sergeant Fominykh, Sergeant Khizmatulin, and another soldier firing from a position inside a wrecked building, Eastern Europe, Oct 1942Soviet troops fighting in the ruins of the factory Soviet troops in Stalingrad ruins awaiting a German attack, southern Russia, 1942
A Russian soldier, sailor, and a political officer in Stalingrad, Russia, 23 Sep 1943Soviet Senior Sergeant Fominykh, Sergeant Khizmatulin, and another soldier firing from a position inside a wrecked building, Eastern Europe, Oct 1942Soviet troops fighting in the ruins of the factory 'Red October', Stalingrad, Russia, Oct 1942; note PPSh-41 submachine guns, and a soldier who had just been shotSoviet troops in Stalingrad ruins awaiting a German attack, southern Russia, 1942
US-made M3 Stuart light tanks and M3 Lee medium tank in Soviet service, Stalingrad, Russia, Nov 1942; note soldier with PPSh-41 submachine gun76 mm Divisional Gun M1939 (F-22 USV) of the Soviet 19th Guards Rifle Regiment being drawn by horses, 1943Faye Lazebnik wit PPSh-41 submachine gun, 1942-1944Faye Lazebnik with resistance fighters of the Molotava Brigade, Poland, 1942-1944
US-made M3 Stuart light tanks and M3 Lee medium tank in Soviet service, Stalingrad, Russia, Nov 1942; note soldier with PPSh-41 submachine gun76 mm Divisional Gun M1939 (F-22 USV) of the Soviet 19th Guards Rifle Regiment being drawn by horses, 1943Faye Lazebnik wit PPSh-41 submachine gun, 1942-1944Faye Lazebnik with resistance fighters of the Molotava Brigade, Poland, 1942-1944
PTRD-41 anti-tank rifle and crew, date unknown; note the assistant gunnerRussian soldiers fighting with a Degtyaryov Pekhotny Soviet officer reading attack orders to his men, Eastern Front, date unknown; note PPSh-41 submachine gunsSoviet soldiers in the field with Maxim M1910 heavy machine gun and PPSh-41 submachine gun, northern Caucasus region, Russia, 1942-1943
PTRD-41 anti-tank rifle and crew, date unknown; note the assistant gunner's PPSh-41 submachine gunRussian soldiers fighting with a Degtyaryov Pekhotny 'DP' light machine gun and a PPSh-41 submachine gun, circa 1943-1945Soviet officer reading attack orders to his men, Eastern Front, date unknown; note PPSh-41 submachine gunsSoviet soldiers in the field with Maxim M1910 heavy machine gun and PPSh-41 submachine gun, northern Caucasus region, Russia, 1942-1943

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