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Demyansk Pocket - history of the battle

Demyansk Pocket - history of the battle

The Second World War came to the town of Demyansk in the fall of 1941, when it was abandoned by Soviet troops during a German counterattack near the city of Staraya Russa. And then for 14 months until the spring of 1943 this region was under German occupation. For Stalin, Demyansk was an important milestone for the future breakthrough and dismantling of the front of Army Group “Sever” (“North”).
Pavlov's House - Stalingrad fortress

Pavlov's House - Stalingrad fortress

All of France have been resisting Nazi Germany for 43 days, but in the end, surrendered anyway. Only one building in Stalingrad was holding down the fort for 58 days by 24 soldiers until reinforcements arrived ... The name of this building is Pavlov’s House.
Stalingrad and the Steppe

Stalingrad and the Steppe

opinion of an American about visiting Volgograd (former Stalingrad)
Memories of surrounded Germans from Stalingrad

Memories of surrounded Germans from Stalingrad

This article represents German prisoners of war’s testimonies, as well as letters captured by the Red army on shot down German transport aircrafts, which stated that the position of troops in the Stalingrad area was getting harder every day.
Were the soldiers of the Waffen SS in Stalingrad?

Were the soldiers of the Waffen SS in Stalingrad?

Of course! This can be confirmed not only by documents

German dogtags from Stalingrad

German dogtags from Stalingrad

I've already mentioned in this article that the most popular finding at the Stalingrad battlefield among those, that carry a price besides coins, buttons and others, are dogtags.

World War 2 Axis helmets

World War 2 Axis helmets

We will tell you about how battle helmets were used in Axis powers- Italian, Romanian and Hungarian ones.
WW2 digging in Stalingrad

WW2 digging in Stalingrad

Since the beginning of 90s and up till now our team has been carrying out archaeological digging in Stalingrad battlefields.
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