Civilian life in occupied Soviet Union in photos & documents

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Post by birjesh » 06 Aug 2020 09:58

I've been looking on the web for data whether there was a remuneration framework however discovered nothing. Before, I went over irregular remarks about material help for occupants of war-attacked regions. Sadly, I can't remember much on the subject, and I don't recall the sources. Wish I gave more consideration at that point!

Your photograph collection with the photos of regular citizens is astounding. To supplement your photographs of shoddy lodging, here are a few connects to pictures on a Russian document site. The pictures are copyrighted and can't be posted on different locales without the proprietor's composed authorization.

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Post by adamsmitt » 16 Oct 2020 10:05

Hi everyone. I see lots of photos from Ukraine and it is unbelievable how my home country was look like. Thanks for sharing it.

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Post by tigre » 16 Nov 2020 16:24

Hello to all :D; more....................................

Near Smolensk.

Execution of five young Russians men (partisans, soldiers without uniforms, just civilians??)

Source: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1942-Original- ... 0005.m1851

Cheers. Raúl M 8-).
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Post by mikestanley464 » 16 Nov 2020 18:18

My goal is to reconstruct daily life through the eyes of a regular citizen: period housing and scenery, making a living, procuring food, taking care of children and family, dealing with German troops, obeying (or sabotaging) German laws and orders, etc. Holocaust and war crimes pertain if the events took place in public view or affected the general public (e.g. ghetto life, not visible to most people, doesn't apply, but teams of forced Jewish laborers cleaning city streets are relevant).

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Post by ameliaemma » 17 Nov 2020 13:57

i appreciate your efforts for provide soviet union photos because i am searching images for making documentary.

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Post by history1 » 18 Nov 2020 17:10

tigre wrote:
16 Nov 2020 16:24
Hello to all :D; more....................................

Near Smolensk.
Execution of five young Russians men (partisans, soldiers without uniforms, just civilians??)
[...]
Cheers. Raúl M 8-).
Hi Raúl,

I think one/you should use more reliable sources than a page of an unknown publication with lots of claims. There is no proof that those are Russians, neither that they were partisans nor that the "big fellow in teh center laid the nose conviently over his own shoulder" as they state.
Quite hypocritical that the headline states "The German Army executes five brave young Russians for not being in uniform".
How did the author know that they were ececuted men were brave? Only a few years later the US Army didn´t hesitate to shoot German teenagers for not being in uniform.
By the way, as this is obviously an English source how did they get already in 1942 (claim from the seller:1942 Original One Page Print Article German Army Executes Young Russians) photos allegedly found on a dead German officer on the Soviet front?

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Roman

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Post by tigre » 18 Nov 2020 20:14

Hello Roman :D; Do not be mad about it, I do not open a judgment to anyone .....
I think one/you should use more reliable sources than a page of an unknown publication with lots of claims.
truth and good point if I were doing a research for a book .....but I think it is different here, in a forum, where you can debate and shed light on the matter (historical interest) ..... especially when this article is for sale by the way to get money .......just a thought. Cheers. Raúl M 8-).

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Post by tigre » 08 Feb 2021 23:21

Hello to all :D; more....................................

Barbarossa 1941.

Source: Illustrierter Beobachter. 16 Jahrgang Folge 28. 10 juli 1941.

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Post by gebhk » 09 Feb 2021 11:38

how did they get already in 1942 (claim from the seller:1942 Original One Page Print Article German Army Executes Young Russians) photos allegedly found on a dead German officer on the Soviet front?
Since from 1942 the Soviet propaganda apparatus was able to maintain a sizeable weekly paper (the Soviet Weekly) filled with such stuff, it can't have been much of a stretch to provide such material to their allies when needed.

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Post by Martin_from_Valhalla » 21 Feb 2021 20:51


Photos of occupied Minsk.

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