German planes bombing Sevastopol. Map of Ukraine highlights Sevastopol. German planes bomb Sevastopol. German pilots fly bombers. Explosions on field. Demolished Russian fortifications. Wrecked buildings and rubble.
The Soviet Red Army in Sevastopol, Ukraine during World War II. A map showing the location of Yalta, Sevastopol, Simferopol and Yevpatoria. The city of Sevastopol. Monuments in Sevastopol. Buildings in the background. A water body. Buildings lining the water body. Soviet Russian Army soldiers on a field fire artillery on German positions. Explosions occur and thick clouds of smoke rise from the explosions Several soldiers beside artillery firing.
Heavy bombardment by the Germans on Russian positions in Sevastopol, Ukraine. German heavy artillery fired in outskirts of Sevastopol. Russian troops fight Germans on streets. Troops advance through wrecked buildings and rubble. Body of a dead Russian soldier. Troops street fight. German troops firing heavy artillery Karl-Gerät self propelled siege mortar (Thor or Mörser Karl, 60cm). Writing on side of the mortar says, "Thor" . German 800mm 'Gustav' railway gun is prepared to fire on Russian positions. German crew loads Gustav with 800mm shell. Gustav is fired. Heavy explosion on Russian position throwing billows of smoke in air. Heavy artillery explosions. Men roll 800mm shells.
German soldiers battle against Russian troops in Sevastopol, Russia during World War II. A fleet of German aircraft in flight. A pilot seated in the cockpit of an airplane. Aerial view of the ground and a lake below. The aircraft drop bombs over enemy positions. The aircraft strafe. Fire and explosions on the ground.
Unloading activity in Sevastopol, Soviet Union during World War II. Liberty ship SS William Blount being unloaded. Trucks in the foreground. Supply boxes in a sling are lowered from the ship. Supply crates in a sling being raised from the hangar deck of the ship.
Preparations underway for the Yalta Conference in Crimea, Soviet Union during World War II. A convoy of vehicles carrying Signal Corps equipment leaves a dock area of Sevastopol. The convoy travels through mountainous and snow covered country side towards Yalta. The convoy stops on a road en route and is checked for identification by Russian guards. Russian driver of a vehicle.