Corpses in Vinnitsa, Ukraine. Possessions of dead people on a table. Mass graves. Persons mourning for those allegedly massacred by the Russians. Men fill soil on graves, with spades.
Corpses in Vinnytsia, Ukraine exhumed during World War II by German occupying forces. Dead bodies of the Vinnytsia Massacre lying in a field, victims of Joseph Stalin's Great Purge in 1937 and 1938. Ukrainian citizens gather near the dead bodies. A table displaying some personal items and photos belonging to affected families. Citizens consult lists of identified victims. Citizens of Vinnytsia (sometimes spelled Vinnitsa) gather at a reburial service for the dead. Scenes from the burial religious service. Mourners weep and watch as victims are reburied in a mass grave. Crying women hold handkerchiefs to the faces.
German soldiers attack Soviet Union during the World War II. German artillery fired. The German soldiers advance on horses. Shells kept on ground. The soldiers advance and walk on ruins. A woman wipes tears. Men hanged to death by the Germans. Dead bodies lying on snow covered ground. The soldiers on tank advance to Ukraine. Farmers on field. A tractor driven on field. A destroyed power grid. The Soviet farmers burn the unharvested wheat. The farmers carry baggage and leave village. The bridges, power plants and dams blown up. Men and women join forces. Aerial view of the city of Saint Petersburg including the Peter and Paul Fortress. The German officers near an artillery on the roof of a building in Moscow. The German men carry wooden log in Caucasus. The Soviet soldiers advance in prone position. A soldiers cuts a wire mesh fence. The tanks move through a field. The soldiers fire artillery. The aerial view of the bombed city. A building being bombed. An animation map depicts : the German occupation on Stalingrad and Caucasus. The Germans advance to the Suez.
Formation of Soviet YAK fighter aircraft in flight. A lone German Messerschmitt Bf 109 in flight. The YAKs peel off and dive to attack. They pursue the German airplane and shoot it down. It crashes into the ocean. The flight of Soviet aircraft attack a lone German Me-110 and it descends in flames to crash and explode on the ground.The Soviets attack another German aircraft that also crashes and explodes. German pilot is seen descending in parachute. A downed German airplane begins to burn on the ground and bursts into flames that consume it. In separate sequence, Soviet General, Fedor Ivanovich Tolbukhin, looks through binoculars as he observes artillery fire on Sapun Mountains, Ukraine. Views of the General's staff. Soviet gun crews firing 203mm B-4 heavy artillery. Soviet officers discussing target map. Animated map showing the Soviet advances and capture of Sevastopol in May 1944
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.
Funeral services in Vinitsa, Russia. Civilians look at thousands of corpses as they are unearthed. The commentator calls it another "Katyn massacre" by the Russian G.P.U. ("Gosudarstvennoye Politicheskoye Upravlenie of the NKVD of the RSFSR"). People look at a document. Several articles lying on a table. A clergyman conducts funeral services. People express their grief.