German troops withdraw from the central Soviet Union and detonate bridges, buildings and railroad tracks during World War II.
Soviet Union Date:1944 Duration:3 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
German Army troops retreat from the central Soviet Union during World War 2. German Marder II and Pz.IV tanks, trucks and artillery roll back as German units retreat in the Soviet Union. The tanks roll past buildings. Explosions occur and billows of smoke rise up as buildings and bridges are blown up by the retreating Germans. Food bags and other supplies being loaded onto a freight car. Civilians loaded in the car and it pulls away. German soldiers place demolition charges along a rail track and explosions occur in the background. German Tiger tank of s.Pz.Abt.503 and Soviet tanks battle in a rear guard action. Russian tank crew surrenders. A man smokes a cigar as he smiles.
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