Germans fire artillery to shell Leningrad heavily during World War II. Russian people work in factories continuing war production while bundled in warm clothing due to cold. Baker cuts loaves of bread into ration pieces. People move on snow covered streets. Close-up view of German soldiers readying and firing a massive Karl-Gerät (040/041) self propelled siege mortar (also known as Thor or Mörser Karl). Writing on side of the mortar says, "Thor." Other large German rail guns and a variety of German field artillery fire shells at Russian targets in Leningrad A building collapses from shelling. Men and women factory workers continue factory production of war materiel and supplies throughout bombing campaign by Germans. A woman operating a grinder. Rapid montage of scenes of men and women forging iron and creating weapons and arms including shells and grenades. A woman stacks finished artillery shells. A woman war production welder operating a welding torch. People in streets transport dead bodies on sleds and coffins on runners in the snow, as people die from cold, disease, hunger and bombing.
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