The Soviet Army begins an attack on Kerch and German and Romanian prisoners are held in Kerch, Ukraine during World War II.
Kerch Peninsula Ukraine Date:1944, April Duration:2 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
The Russians recapture Kerch in Ukraine during World War II. A map showing the location of Kerch. Smoke rising from explosions in Kerch. The Red Army soldiers advance through rubble in the city. The soldiers in a freight yard. Abandoned equipment at the yard. Dead Germans on the ground. Damaged buildings in view. The soldiers under cover of the ruins of buildings firing at German positions. Views of dead German soldiers. A soldier atop a structure on which German Swastika symbol is displayed. Aerial view of the city with ruins of buildings and smoke rising from shelled areas. Damaged buildings along a road. Russian troops on tanks moving along. German and Romanian prisoners marched in columns along a path. Russian troops holding guns beside artillery. A Romanian prisoner is interrogated by few Russian officers. The officers standing beside the artillery. Russian troops on tanks moving on a path. A few buildings in view. A map showing different German positions in Ukraine.
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