Soviet soldier is taken POW by German troops and photographed after the Battle of Białystok–Minsk.
Ekaterina Mikhailova-Demina (22 December 1925 – 24 June 2019) was a Russian combat medic who was the only woman to have served in front-line reconnaissance in the Soviet marines during World War II.
Екатерина Михайлова (Дёмина)
Red Army 1920s.
Stacked Mosin Nagants
Senior Lieutenant Angelina Kozhaeva, born 1918, Surgeon of the SURGICAL FIELD MOBILE HOSPITAL No. 5160 of the 5 Guards tank army, who participated in the Battle of Kursk 1944
Старший лейтенант Кожаева Ангелина Михайловна, 1918 г. р., ординатор-хирург ХППГ № 5160 5 гв ТА, принимавшей участие в Курской битве. 1944
Cadets of the Central Women’s Sniper Training School marching
Soviet light tank MS-1 (T-18) 1927
“Budyonovka” Red Army headgear.