German-Soviet 1939 joint parade

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German-Soviet 1939 joint parade

Post by Gumisie » 01 May 2005 10:14

There seems to be a doubt here on the forum, if such thing really happened. Unfortunately, the original thread viewtopic.php?t=76448 is already closed, so I am posting the proof here. Actually, it is the same picture Molobo posted before, but I have a version with a caption.

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Post by Lit. » 04 May 2005 12:41

Here is more shots from the same famous event - Commemorating the start of WW2 by 2 alies:

http://www.pilieciai.lt/minerva/album_personal.php?user_id=112
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Post by tom_deba » 04 May 2005 19:04

Great pics! I have not seen them before.

[Does anyone has e-mail address to Mr. Putin? I could send him these pics on 8th of May]

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Post by Gumisie » 05 May 2005 05:54

tom_deba wrote:Great pics! I have not seen them before.

[Does anyone has e-mail address to Mr. Putin? I could send him these pics on 8th of May]

tom


Send him also this one for me, will you?

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http://wilk.wpk.p.lodz.pl/~whatfor/rona.htm


Mieszkający w Wielkiej Brytanii, zbiegły w 1978 agent GRU Wiktor Suworow [prawdziwe nazwisko Bohdan Riezun], zbierając materiały do swojej książki o marszałku Żukowie, natrafił w tajnych archiwach brytyjskich na to zdjęcie.

Zrobiono je w sierpniu 1944 w Warszawie.

Z podpisu wynika, że pierwszy z lewej to Ltn. Władimir Putin [ojciec obecnego prezydenta Rosji],


Translation:

Victor Suvorov (real name Bohdan Riezun), a GRU agent, who defected in 1987, on the occasion of collecting materials for his book about Marshal Zhukov, found this picture in confidential British archives.

It was taken in August 1944, in Warsaw [at the time of supressing the Warsaw Uprising].

The caption says that the first from the left is Vladimir Putin [the father of the Russian President]


8O

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Post by tom_deba » 05 May 2005 13:59

Gumisie wrote:
Send him also this one for me, will you?


I wish I could do so.
:lol:

That picture is more proper.

tom

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Post by Lit. » 05 May 2005 14:16

Here is more:
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Post by Lit. » 06 May 2005 16:36

Here is some pice pictures about two allies Nazis and Soviets:

Brzesc (Brest ob Bug). Polish, German and Soviet officers. September 1939. Watch also album "Brzesc pre 1939"
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Bialystok. German and Soviet officers. September 1939. Watch also album "Bialystok province pre 1939"
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Bialystok. German and Soviet officers. September 1939. Watch also album "Bialystok province pre 1939"
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Source: http://www.aforgottenodyssey.com/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=album50

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Post by BIGpanzer » 06 May 2005 17:07

Very interesting!
Excellent photos.
AFAIK, my grandfather was arrested near Bialystok as Polish artillery officer in September 1939 by the Soviets. And I know almost nothing more about him.
As for the Russian president V. Putin - I've read several months ago in the German newspaper that his father was a simple infantryman and was heavily wounded in combat near Leningrad (St. Petersburg) in 1941 or 1942, I don't remember exactly. And the very young Putin's brother died of starvation in blockade Leningrad. So many opinions exist.

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Post by Groscurth » 08 May 2005 05:51

Gumisie wrote:
tom_deba wrote:Great pics! I have not seen them before.

[Does anyone has e-mail address to Mr. Putin? I could send him these pics on 8th of May]

tom


Send him also this one for me, will you?

Image
http://wilk.wpk.p.lodz.pl/~whatfor/rona.htm


Mieszkający w Wielkiej Brytanii, zbiegły w 1978 agent GRU Wiktor Suworow [prawdziwe nazwisko Bohdan Riezun], zbierając materiały do swojej książki o marszałku Żukowie, natrafił w tajnych archiwach brytyjskich na to zdjęcie.

Zrobiono je w sierpniu 1944 w Warszawie.

Z podpisu wynika, że pierwszy z lewej to Ltn. Władimir Putin [ojciec obecnego prezydenta Rosji],


Translation:

Victor Suvorov (real name Bohdan Riezun), a GRU agent, who defected in 1987, on the occasion of collecting materials for his book about Marshal Zhukov, found this picture in confidential British archives.

It was taken in August 1944, in Warsaw [at the time of supressing the Warsaw Uprising].

The caption says that the first from the left is Vladimir Putin [the father of the Russian President]


8O


Great pics, we have the same here with Adolf and Bush! Boy, terrible how they match in lookalikes and politics (and that is for real)! :lol:

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Post by tom_deba » 20 May 2005 22:35

At The third picture [Bialystok] posted by Lit. German and Soviet soldier look like as if they were keeping their hands together. Like good friends from school.

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Post by Lit. » 16 Jun 2005 14:09

There are more good pictures about the same Soviet-Nazi event:

http://www.ipn.gov.pl/aktual_17wrzesien39.html

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Post by Panzermahn » 17 Jun 2005 19:10

Here is one from me;

Taken from German Campaigns of WW2, edited by Chris Bishop and Adam Warner, Grange Books 2001, page 13
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Decorations?

Post by Edward L. Hsiao » 19 Jun 2005 06:23

Gentlemen,

I don't think that there were any instances of the Soviets awarding their decorations to German soldiers or the Germans awarding Soviet soldiers their own. Since they were allies for awhile. I'm not really sure about this. :?

Sincerely,

Edward

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Post by Georgien » 29 Jun 2005 21:23

Wow Putins grandpa was Vlasovec :)))))))) hehehehe nice pic :)

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