Soviet attacks on Warsaw and Poznan on way to invading Berlin during World War 2
Warsaw Poland Date:1945, May 3 Duration:2 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
Russian attacks on Warsaw and Poznan in World War II. Soviet army using tanks, heavy artillery, machine guns and grenades advance forward. Marshal Zhukov and Marshal Rosokofskey inspecting Russian cossacks advancing on horses. A soldier is shot by a sniper while running through street intersection. A Russian machine gunner firing a Soviet RP 46 machine gun shoots at building to take out a sniper's nest. Dead bodies of German snipers. Views of ruined city of Warsaw and Poznan. Concentration camp victims, including a woman who has been blinded in one eye. Interior of a Nazi concentration camp room loaded with torture equipment, including a guillotine. Piles of bodies of persons mass executed during German retreat. Women crying over bodies in coffins. A fat Nazi commander and his fellow officers.Soviet soldiers. Scenes of ruined Warsaw include a sign that reads, 'Adolf Hitler Platz.' A wrecked trolley with signs on it that read, ''Wierzeno' and 'Ein u. Ausstieg nur fur Deutsche' which translates to English as, 'On and off exit points only for Germans' The ruined home of Frederic Chopin in Warsaw. The Polish flag flying again after battle.
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