Soviet guerrillas operating behind German lines during World War II.
Western Russia Date:1944 Duration:3 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
A group of Soviet guerrillas infiltrate a German-held area in Western Russia. The guerrillas target a railroad bridge. Two sentries on the railroad bridge are by guerrilla snipers. The guerrillas capture the bridge and plant demolition charges on it. The bridge is blown up. The guerrillas attack a German-occupied village. Guerrillas advance ahead firing their machine guns, rifles and mortars . They advance through the wrecked village and inspect a captured Beute Somua tank. Many dead German soldiers are seen. The guerillas apprehend Gernan troops hidden in various places, including under hay-bales. They take them as prisoners. Women and children villagers emerge from an underground shelter and welcome the Russian guerrillas. Back at their base, a Soviet officer awards medals to the guerrillas for their bravery. A Soviet music teacher returns to the burned out remains of her home, in which bones of dead are seen.
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