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The Great Patriotic War. Combat everyday life of a Soviet tanker

The Great Patriotic War. Combat everyday life of a Soviet tanker

Attempts to distort history The Great Patriotic War, to substitute concepts and slander facts today, unfortunately, have ceased to be a rarity.

Lies and myths about the war are found not only in the posts of "gifted" bloggers, but also in the writings of persons who seriously call themselves historians. In this regard, a truly important work is the publication of testimonies of veterans of the Great Patriotic War, memoirs of participants in battles. These are the facts that are the truth about the war, what any self-respecting person should know about it.

The series of programs "I remember" on the channel of Dmitry Puchkov presents the memories of the participants of the Second World War. This plot - the story of the Soviet tanker Nikolai Golovin, who fought with the Nazis. Nikolay Golovin - gunner tank T-34 from the 63rd Guards Chelyabinsk Tank Brigade, which was part of the Ural Volunteer Tank Corps.

Nikolai Golovin is among those Soviet soldiers who knocked out more than ten enemy tanks.

The video tells about the everyday life of a Soviet tanker during the war, about what it means to burn in a tank.

Video on Dmitry Puchkov's channel:

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  1. wow
    wow 8 October 2020 18: 26
    These people, our grandfathers, went through HELL! Low bow to them and eternal memory to those who died for their HOMELAND !!!
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  3. Dkuznecov
    Dkuznecov 8 October 2020 20: 34
    In Russian, words are not used in one phrase,
    starting with the same letter.
    "Combat weekdays" ...

    We automatically line up phrases like this,
    that we just don't notice it.

    And Puchkov, with his own intonations,
    in the movie "Big Kush", in this material
    just not taken seriously, like a comedy breaks.