Crimea Ukraine Date:1942, May Duration:3 min 54 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Map depicting area of conflict in Crimea during World War 2. It shows Crimea and Kerch peninsula, with Black Sea to South and Azov Sea to North. Kerch, Yalta, and Sevastopol are highlighted. Antiaircraft guns firing tracer bullets in the dark. German artillerymen firing heavy field piece. German infantry moving into and out of a deep trench. German troops hunkered down defensively in a trench. Artillery shell exploding in field. German officers conversing in a trench. German infantrymen in a trench, adjusting their person gear. One of them looking skyward as he chews a morsel of food. German Ju 78 Stuka dive bombers in flight, and diving on ememy targets. German tanks and trucks moving along dirt roads. Truck maneuvering around knocked out vehicles at side of road, containing ammunition. Knocked out heavy guns and tanks. Hatless German soldiers walking toward the rear. German soldiers using horses and wagons to move supplies through muddy terrain. Ju 78 Stuka dive bombers taking off in formation from farm fields. Dornier Do 17 bombers in formation and bombing Soviet targets on the Kerch Peninsula. Smoke rising as bombs explode on the ground. German troops riding on a truck, and setting up defensive positions. German infantry moving through a town. One German soldier firing a captured soviet PPSh-41 submachine gun from behind a parked car. A German soldier placing a hand grenade inside a building and taking cover as it explodes. A StuG III tank destroyer on a street at a seaport with German infantry walking behind it. Soviet troops being taken as prisoners.
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