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Arctic fox with an ax. As a Red Army soldier Ovcharenko single-handedly defeated 50 fascists

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Arctic fox with an ax. As a Red Army soldier Ovcharenko single-handedly defeated 50 fascists



An enraged commando single-handedly crushes dozens of armed opponents, turning them into erratic flight - a similar plot is familiar to most in Hollywood action films such as “Commando” or “Rambo”.

Yevgeny Blinov (left) and Evdokim Reutsky were not worried about themselves, but about their families.
In reality, what is happening on the screen is hard to believe. And, nevertheless, something like this actually took place. Moreover, reality surpasses the invention of Hollywood scriptwriters.

True, the main character storiesthat happened in July 1941, was not a "fur seal" or "green beret", but a simple Ukrainian peasant.

Dmitry Ovcharenko, a native of the village of Ovcharovo in the Kharkiv region, was drafted into the army before the war, for military service. There was a recruit to the most ordinary peasant guy, not a hurt silushka and an article, but only with five classes of education.

The son of a rural carpenter who was born in 1919, Mitya Ovcharenko from a young age more than comprehended peasant rather than school science — he learned to care for cattle, to harvest hay, to chop wood, and, of course, to master his father’s carpentry science.

I was counting on 21-year-old Dmitry to serve in the army, to return to my own collective farm, to marry - in a word, the usual dreams of a simple rural guy.


Presentation of the title of Hero of the Soviet Union to Dmitry Ovcharenko. Photo: Commons.wikimedia.org


Unlucky number

But in June, the 1941 of the war broke out, and the 3 th machine gun company of the 389 rifle regiment of the 176 th rifle division didn’t worry about returning to the “citizen” to the Red Army man of the XNUMX machine gun company.

The commanders felt that most of all the peasant son Ovcharenko would be useful to the Motherland as a riding one. The duties of the Red Army included the supply on a cart to the positions of a company of food and ammunition. The task in the war is not the most dangerous, and Dmitri went alone, being armed only with a three-line one.

In mid-July, 1941, the Ovcharenko unit fought near the Moldovan city of Balti. On July 13, as usual, the rider drove ammunition and products to fellow soldiers.

But the number “13” is not for nothing that is unhappy. Suddenly, on the road right on the Ovcharenko carriage, two cars jumped out in which the Nazis were - three officers and an 50 soldier.

For the confusion of the start of the war, such enemy breakthroughs to the rear of the Soviet troops were commonplace. Red Army from this, however, it was not easier. A machine gun was aimed at him, a rifle was taken away, after which a German officer approached began to interrogate the prisoner.

Believe it or not, but the documents show that this happened at a place called ... Arctic Fox.

It is not known whether the Red Army soldier Ovcharenko said to himself the name of this settlement, but his position was indeed unenviable.

The ax of war

The Nazis also felt confident and even relaxed - in the first days of the war they often took Soviet soldiers into captivity, so that the captured, frightened Russian (Ovcharenko was a Ukrainian, but the Germans didn’t get into such subtleties) was another proof of the superiority of Aryan soldiers over Slavic "Subhumans."

The officer interrogated Dmitry here, in the carts. The rifle was taken away from him, so no waiting was expected of him.

Meanwhile, in the hay beside the standing Dmitri lay an ax, which the Germans either did not notice or did not consider to be a threat.

For a city dweller, an ax is rather something exotic. And for the peasant, and even more so for the son of a carpenter, this is one of the main tools of labor. And chop wood, and build a house — a lot of where the villager cannot do without an ax. And sometimes the ax was used in order to, for example, scare away the bear sticking in the forest.

What Ovcharenko was thinking about, standing in front of a German officer, is unknown, but he is unlikely to count the odds in a fight in the “one against fifty-three” format. It was just that at some point the soldier decided that, as the Red Army soldier Sukhov used to say, “it is desirable, of course, to suffer.”

Suddenly, he grabbed the ax, and with one stroke blew his head off the German squad leader. The headless body sank to the ground.

The Germans expected anything, but not such a turn. For a few seconds from the shock they fell into a stupor.

These seconds Ovcharenko was enough to dive into a cart, pull out three grenades, and send in the midst of standing enemies.

23: 0 in our favor

When the smoke cleared, those Germans, who were not hit by shrapnel, appeared in front of their eyes a terrifying picture - their dead and wounded comrades lay everywhere, and an angry Russian soldier with an ax flew right at them.

In the books of the ideologues of the Third Reich, much was written about the superiority of the Aryans over other races. But in “Mein Kampf” nothing was said about how to cope with an angry Slavic carpenter in army uniform.

And more than two dozen Germans ran in horror from Dmitry Ovcharenko, forgetting about their own weapons, and in general about everything in the world.

Far from everyone managed to escape - for example, one of the two remaining officers who tried to escape through the gardens, the Red Army man overtook, and re-launched the ax, depriving him of his head.

When only German corpses and Ovcharenko, a Red Army soldier, remained on the improvised battlefield, the winner collected the documents of the dead, officer plates, and went to his native company.

The Red Army soldier innocently told about what happened to him on the road, and immediately subjected to ridicule fellow soldiers: "Come on, much more you invent!"

However, the political officer of the company, looking at the documents brought, whistled in amazement, and, taking several fighters, went to the scene of the events.

When they calculated the dead, it turned out that Dmitry Ovcharenko had destroyed two German officers and an enemy soldier’s 21 in this fight.

Heroes do not die

The command, assessing the scale of the feat, sent the submission to the highest award.

By decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 9 of November 1941, "for exemplary performance of combat missions of command on the front of the fight against the German fascist invaders and showing courage and heroism" Red Army Ovcharenko Dmitry Romanovich was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union with the award of the Order of Lenin and the medal "Golden Star".

After this battle, Dmitry Ovcharenko was transferred from sled to machine gunners. He continued to bravely fight the Nazis, went through almost the entire war. But he was not destined to survive until the Victory - during the liberation of Hungary, the 3rd machine gunner in the area of ​​Sheregeies station tank Brigade Private Ovcharenko was seriously injured. He died in hospital from his wounds on January 28, 1945.

The same Germans who managed to escape 13 on July 1941 of the year from the outskirts of the town of Arctic Fox, it seems, tormented by the same nightmare until the last days - an enraged Russian soldier with a bloody ax, from whom there is no escape ...
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  1. 77bob1973
    77bob1973 13 September 2014 07: 28
    +59
    Once again I get an article about Ovcharenko, but I always read with pleasure ...
    1. igordok
      igordok 13 September 2014 08: 40
      +17
      And about Ovcharenko, and about Kolobanovab !!!
    2. Denis Tatar
      Denis Tatar 13 September 2014 09: 58
      +18
      read about Zhilin, he chopped a bunch of reptiles with a sapper spatula
    3. 0255
      0255 13 September 2014 11: 18
      +24
      Quote: 77bob1973
      Once again I get an article about Ovcharenko, but I always read with pleasure ...

      And I did not know about him, and the heroes of the war need to know. That's who really is the hero of Ukraine, and not all sorts of Bandera and Shukhevych
      1. Karlsonn
        Karlsonn 13 September 2014 14: 08
        +27
        It was December 1944 of the year. Soviet troops were approaching the Slovak city Ipolshag occupied by the Hungarians (now the Steps). However, at the turn of the Ipel River, Soviet tanks were stopped by Hungarian air raids - as soon as the sappers had time to complete the crossing, as the Ju-87 junkers immediately destroyed it.
        During one of the raids, the M4 Sherman tank from the 46 Guards Tank Brigade, whose crew was commanded by the Guard, Lieutenant Grigory Verbovoy, suddenly rushed to the railway embankment.
        Hungarian pilots immediately noticed a tank coming out of hiding and rushed at it. The host Ju-87 completed the run and entered the peak. At that moment, the guard’s driver, sergeant Mikhail Korablen, raised Sherman’s bow to a high railway embankment. The long-barreled cannon looked up at the sky, almost like an anti-aircraft gun.
        The lead aircraft continued to swiftly dive, followed by other bombers at short intervals ... Second, second ... Aircraft inexorably approached the Verbovoy tank. When it seemed that nothing would save Sherman from a direct hit by the nearly dropped series of powerful bombs, a cannon shot struck. The tank started and slid a little down. The presenter Yu-87 exploded, and his shapeless pieces, spinning in the air, collapsed into the river and to the ground.
        The instant death of the host stunned the rest of the enemy pilots. They threw airplanes in different directions, hurriedly dropped bombs anywhere and, turning abruptly, left for the northwest. Enemy aircraft did not appear in the air either this or the following days. As it turned out a few days later, rumors circulated among German soldiers and officers about the heavy duty anti-aircraft weapons of Russian tanks.

        M4 Sherman of the 1th battalion of the 46th Guards Tank Brigade.
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 13 September 2014 14: 24
          +17
          Took from an interview with Fadin Alexander Mikhailovich (from these interviews Artem Drabkin created the book "I fought in the T-34"):

          ... The beginning of the morning on February 19, 1944 was good, I relaxed and was almost punished for it: a bullet hit the edge of the hatch when I tried to open it to look around. The soldier, who pointed out the tanks to me, came up and shouted that to the left behind the ravine some German officers were examining our positions with binoculars. Having said this, he turned to move away from the tank, suddenly swayed and fell on his back. Glancing into the triplex, I saw a trickle of blood flowing from the back of his head. Shouting to be removed, I ordered the mechanic: "Petya, hand over the tank backwards and go around the house in readiness to return to the place." At low speed, the tank crawled out from behind the hut. I turned the tower around, and through the scope I saw four figures lying in the snow just behind the ravine, four hundred meters away from me. Apparently, a group of officers led by a general, whose overcoat collar was trimmed with a fox, was conducting a reconnaissance of the area and my position. Shouted: "Fetisov, the shell for the fragmentation!". Fetisov unscrewed the cap and reported: "The shrapnel is ready!" I took aim, and the shell exploded exactly in the middle of these groups. I immediately saw at least fifty figures in white coats, rushing from all sides to save the wounded. This is where I fought back for the boy soldier, firing fifteen fragmentation rounds at them. Thus, "calming" the Germans, we returned to our place (the right side of the house) and began to wait for further actions from the enemy. The radio did not answer our callsigns. And I have only fourteen shells left. Of these, one sub-caliber, one armor-piercing and twelve fragmentation, besides, one incomplete machine-gun disk each for me and Elsukov.

          And suddenly, from behind a grove that was to the left of our position, an airplane jumped across the road (at the front we called it "caproni" - Italian production, which dived well). I turned around and flew at an altitude of 50-70 meters along a ravine that was to the left of the village, on the opposite slope of which I destroyed a group of German officers. The mechanic took the car out from behind the house again, and I began to observe the plane. Having turned around, the plane again flew along the ravine in our direction. The Germans fired green missiles, he also answered them with a green missile. Once again he turned around, dropped the large box and flew on. It must be said that along the opposite edge of the ravine, behind a small bush, there was apparently a road perpendicular to the one we blocked, and along it was a telegraph line. The plane was cruising along this line and, knowing approximately the distance between the posts, I calculated its speed. It was small, about 50-60 km / h. When the plane dropped its cargo and flew past us, I decided that if it turned around, I would try to shoot it down. I give the command to Fetisov to unscrew the cap and load with fragmentation. The plane turns around, I take a lead - a shot. The shell hit him right in the engine, and the plane broke. What was there! Where did so many Germans come from? On all sides, the field was dazzled with enemy figures reviving in the snow, which rushed to the remains of the aircraft. Forgetting that I had few shells, I fired shrapnel about ten times at this moving mass of Fritzes.

          Having put the tank in its place, to the right of the house, I could not calm down. Anything but shoot down a plane ?! The radio was still silent, I have ammunition - for two targets and cartridges - to repel one attack by a platoon of enemy machine gunners. As time went. On our site - a dead silence, which foreshadowed the denouement. I heard one of the infantrymen shouting to me lying down, without getting up: "Comrade lieutenant, a Ferdinand came out of the grove beyond the ravine to the left. I give Peter the command:" Drive a little backwards to detour the hut, as before "...
          1. Karlsonn
            Karlsonn 13 September 2014 14: 28
            +8
            Fully interviewed veteran - http://iremember.ru/tankisti/fadin-aleksandr-mikhaylovich.html

            Fadin Alexander Mikhailovich, 1945 year.
            1. igordok
              igordok 13 September 2014 20: 54
              +12
              “There is no method against scrap!”
              Or how to break through the environment with a crowbar

              With his unusual feat, the tankman Agzam Tayupov once again confirmed the famous Russian proverb. This was fully felt by the Nazis during the battles for the village of Telenkovo-Harino, which is 4 kilometers from Rzhev.

              This was the summer of 42. The T-34 tank, commanded by Lieutenant Tayupov, was shot down during this battle. The shell destroyed the turret of the armored car, the entire crew died. When the wounded and shell-shocked Tayupov came to his senses, he saw that the Nazis were surrounding the burning tank - they were sure that they would capture him alive. The lieutenant fired back until the cartridges in the machine gun and the revolver ran out. But Tayupov was not going to give up. He grabbed the tank iron scrap, and began to swing it, fend off enemies. Taken aback by such impudence, the Germans even stopped shooting at the Red Army.

              The arriving crew of another tank picked up the wounded commander. That's how the Soviet tanker escaped from the environment with the help of scrap iron.


              https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/1604813_608058675933051_96
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              1. Aljavad
                Aljavad 14 September 2014 02: 06
                +3
                tankman Agzam Tayupov

                There is no reception against scrap!
                Folk wisdom, however.
            2. rauffg
              rauffg 13 September 2014 22: 23
              +9
              Here is also an interesting feat.
              On July 3, 1941, a T-28 tank raided occupied Minsk. The crew included cadets of the school, a senior sergeant with long service and one officer with the rank of major. In the course of movement, this random crew repeatedly entered into battle, destroyed an enemy convoy, a large number of manpower and armored vehicles. On the outskirts of Minsk, the tank was hit. Two died immediately. The fate of the others was different. Witnesses of this raid were residents of the occupied city. After the war, they restored this story ...

            3. pensioner
              pensioner 13 September 2014 23: 00
              +13
              My dear Carlsonne! Glad to see you in good health! drinks I want to insert my 5 kopecks. Even 10. The first 5. My uncle told me that when he was near Konigsberg he, as part of a reconnaissance group, repeatedly penetrated the battle formations of the Germans. So: once, when he covered the retreat, they would try to capture him. And so he alone stabbed, strangled and tore into pieces 4 people. Uncle Vanya's man was an outstanding force. He died at the age of 90 in 2008. and so: when he told me this story in 2007, he constantly repeated: "You couldn't shoot, you couldn't shout."

              And another 5 cents. Actor A. Smirnov in 44g. being a sergeant, a mortar man, during a German infantry attack on a mortar battery, he raised the mortar men in a counterattack and put the Germans to flight, while being able to personally capture 18 prisoners !! In some sources they write that at the same time he was almost a stove from 82mm. the mortar waved. For this episode he was awarded the Order. If memory serves me right, then World War 1 degree.
              Take care of yourself Carlsonne.
              1. Aljavad
                Aljavad 14 September 2014 02: 19
                +5
                Artist A. Smirnov

                He returned from the war as a full gentleman of the Order of Glory.
            4. Aljavad
              Aljavad 14 September 2014 02: 04
              +1
              Fadin Alexander Mikhailovich, 1945 year.


              Hero!

              And they’ll make a movie - they’ll come up with it!
        2. Auto1981
          Auto1981 13 September 2014 16: 54
          +4
          crew well done
    4. DMB-88
      DMB-88 13 September 2014 12: 04
      +8
      True Russian Athlete !!!!
    5. Rocket
      Rocket 13 September 2014 18: 31
      +9
      Rambo is just a loser compared to such heroes ...
    6. Madcape
      Madcape 15 September 2014 19: 52
      +1
      It’s scary to think up if he had one more ax ... And if there would be more pitchforks ?!
  2. Fantazer911
    Fantazer911 13 September 2014 07: 54
    +9
    The result of this was there, remember Fashington, America doesn’t live if you put your nose in there.
    Yes, there have been such cases more than once, there were many similar moments, this once again proves that they won’t understand Russia with their minds, the calmest thing will be for America and the geyropa not to come to us with their pedro-democracy.
    With their charter do not go to someone else’s monastery!
  3. From Tver
    From Tver 13 September 2014 08: 14
    +21
    At school, you need to talk about this more often with children. Previously, there were many such books, including about pioneers and Komsomol members. soldier
    1. Gato
      Gato 13 September 2014 08: 33
      +2
      They don’t talk about this at school. It seems that the Russian language is also not being taught.
    2. andrereu74
      andrereu74 13 September 2014 10: 33
      +4
      especially in the Ukrainians, since he himself is Ukrainian, but they probably don’t know anything about him ...
      1. xan
        xan 15 September 2014 12: 12
        +1
        Quote: andrereu74
        especially in the Ukrainians, since he himself is Ukrainian, but they probably don’t know anything about him ...

        They now have different heroes, on the other hand.
  4. denisowmisha
    denisowmisha 13 September 2014 08: 41
    +6
    Good people are simple, honest men.
  5. psyholirik
    psyholirik 13 September 2014 08: 59
    +1
    Thanks to the author good
  6. tyler15
    tyler15 13 September 2014 10: 29
    +11
    this is not a Slavic soldier - for ... whether the scribblers are a Soviet soldier! not Ukrainian, not Slavic - A SOVIET!
    Slavic soldiers cannot do that - for example, "warriors" are coming out, we observe how the Slavic soldiers can and can.
    Please take into account my humble opinion, scribblers.
    1. 290980
      290980 13 September 2014 16: 52
      -7
      Quote: tyler15

      Slavic soldiers cannot


      there is such a fact as 6 soldiers led by Fritz Klingenberg (Sh.F.SS) captured Belgrade and a 1.3 thousand group guarding the city laughing 7 to 1300

      ak., April 12, 1941, at 5 p.m. an order was signed to surrender Belgrade. 1300 soldiers of the national army and the militia laid down their arms.
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9A%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B3%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B1%D
      0%B5%D1%80%D0%B3,_%D0%A4%D1%80%D0%B8%D1%86
      1. samoletil18
        samoletil18 13 September 2014 18: 50
        +3
        Quote: 290980

        there is such a fact as 6 soldiers led by Fritz Klingenberg (Sh.F.SS) captured Belgrade and a 1.3 thousand group guarding the city laughing 7 to 1300

        And if the history of those events is slightly rewound, then in Yugoslavia just before the invasion there was a coup d'etat, as in Ukraine. The findings are clear.
      2. Aljavad
        Aljavad 14 September 2014 02: 24
        +3
        there is such a fact as 6 soldiers led by Fritz Klingenberg (Sh.F.SS) captured Belgrade and a 1.3 thousand group guarding the city laughing 7 to 1300


        And on the Maidan gopota drove "Berkut".

        This is about the fighters and - separately - about the "commanders".
      3. xan
        xan 15 September 2014 12: 19
        0
        Quote: 290980
        there is such a fact as 6 soldiers led by Fritz Klingenberg (Sh.F.SS) captured Belgrade and a 1.3 thousand group guarding the city laughing 7 to 1300

        There are many cases in history when, for various reasons, the military units that lost their meaning in fighting were looking for an opportunity to surrender. Where would this Fritz be if the south decided to fight.
      4. vadik191007
        vadik191007 15 September 2014 20: 23
        +1
        Yugoslavia did not belong to the Soviet Union dibi-lyat.i.na, the way how the SOVIET SOLDIERS are here
    2. DNR
      DNR 13 September 2014 23: 51
      +11
      I am Ukrainian myself, but I gave the Oath to the Soviet Motherland!
      And I’m ready to fight for it. These are my Heroes !!! (And not Bandera with Shukhevych)
      Now Russia is starting to look a bit like my Soviet Motherland ... God forbid ...
      1. Loner_53
        Loner_53 15 September 2014 21: 26
        +1
        Made in USSR soldier smile
  7. thrower
    thrower 13 September 2014 10: 46
    +20
    Another photo: Vasily Vataman, who destroyed the Nazis with the faustpatron 10 in hand-to-hand combat.
    1. samoletil18
      samoletil18 13 September 2014 18: 52
      +4
      Concrete companion. It is a pity that he only got 10 fascists.
      1. Aljavad
        Aljavad 14 September 2014 02: 26
        +6
        It is a pity that he only got 10 fascists.


        It is a pity that the Faustpatron has broken. request
    2. theophanes12
      theophanes12 15 September 2014 20: 59
      0
      he did not know how to shoot from him, and so, respect, and bow to them earthly
  8. Samurai3X
    Samurai3X 13 September 2014 11: 18
    +7
    So this is where the roots of such a terrifying word go "Arctic fox"? Now many people confuse him in order to say kapets more gently and not so rudely.
    Probably he had offensive fragmentation grenades of the F-1 type ... He couldn’t kill 21 German soldiers with ordinary mallet hammers, only stun them.
    1. Woldemar78
      Woldemar78 13 September 2014 12: 15
      +9
      F-1, by the way, on the contrary, is defensive, not offensive.
      1. Samurai3X
        Samurai3X 13 September 2014 14: 19
        +2
        A mistake, however.
  9. Lyton
    Lyton 13 September 2014 11: 35
    +5
    Quote: tyler15
    this is not a Slavic soldier - for ... whether the scribblers are a Soviet soldier! not Ukrainian, not Slavic - A SOVIET!
    Slavic soldiers cannot do that - for example, "warriors" are coming out, we observe how the Slavic soldiers can and can.
    Please take into account my humble opinion, scribblers.

    And where did you read about the Slavic soldier, it’s about an angry Slavic carpenter, twirling no bags, find a description of the same feat, write an article, and we read, at that time there was motivation for what you are fighting and why, there is no such nation ukroinets.
  10. Stalnov I.P.
    Stalnov I.P. 13 September 2014 11: 57
    +5
    These are the examples our television should show, tell about them in schools and higher educational institutions, and not show all these half-educated women, arbenins and makarevichs, political whores and prostitutes who licked their asses in the direct and envious sense of the embassy of the rotten west.
  11. vvdmitriyvv
    vvdmitriyvv 13 September 2014 12: 04
    -5
    damn how offensive! sympathetic to victory did not live! only in vain is the author about the Aryans so ... the Slavs are also descendants of Areus ... therefore in MeinKampf it is not written how to deal with them - because Hitler thought and thought for a long time about what to do, and even though at the end of the book he concludes that the communists cannot cook porridge with us, but in 1939 a pact on non-attack was signed! Stalin, incited by the Anglo-Saxons, violated it! I'm not saying this in order to justify or condemn someone! just the author would have to understand the issue before writing about the relationship between Germans and Russians! I understand that this was done for the "catch phrase", but still you should not mislead readers even (and maybe even more so) in such trifles! We have been lying a lot since time immemorial ... Therefore, we need to be careful! Uv. Mr. President used to say - "revision of the results of the Second World War is dangerous and unacceptable!", with which I fundamentally disagree - a lie is unacceptable and dangerous! because once it climbs out, and even turns out like it happened in Ukraine! It is impossible and unacceptable to lie! no one likes it when they try to make a fool out of him - hence the negative reaction of particularly impulsive individuals, exacerbated by shortcomings in education!
    in general, the article is cool and written in a good, not boring language - respect!
    1. Woldemar78
      Woldemar78 13 September 2014 12: 21
      +9
      And in more detail about how Stalin violated the pact, is it possible? And more about how Stalin dropped nuclear bombs on the Japanese, and about Giler the Liberator? Does Mine Kampf probably have a handbook?
      1. vvdmitriyvv
        vvdmitriyvv 13 September 2014 13: 40
        -21%
        before you troll - pick up your mind by engaging in self-education! As for your question - under this pact, Hitler and I divided spheres of influence in Europe ... Stalin, contrary to this agreement, occupied Poland! Or do you think that their "love" for the Russians has been sucked out of the blue? By the way, before that, we had no common borders with Germany, which made a treacherous and sudden attack impossible! And I will add to the load - the French actually started the Second World War, violating the peace agreement signed after the First World War! (I don't even know whether your brain will explode from this information, or is it still capable of digesting). And remember - politicians start wars, and peoples shed blood!
        1. Karlsonn
          Karlsonn 13 September 2014 14: 02
          +9
          Quote: vvdmitriyvv
          before trolling - get your mind into self-education! As for your question - on this pact, Hitler and I divided the spheres of influence in Europe ... Stalin, contrary to this agreement, occupied Poland!


          That is why a joint parade was held in Brest of the Wehrmacht and the Red Army.

          Quote: vvdmitriyvv
          and I’ll add a load - the French actually started the second world


          Where do you all come from?
          1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
            Andrei from Chelyabinsk 13 September 2014 14: 28
            +4
            Quote: Karlsonn
            That is why a joint parade was held in Brest of the Wehrmacht and the Red Army.

            Firstly, no joint parades prove in any way that it was Stalin who violated the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. And secondly, there was NO joint parade in Brest of the Wehrmacht and the Red Army :)))
            1. Karlsonn
              Karlsonn 13 September 2014 14: 48
              +6
              Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
              Firstly, no joint parades prove in any way that it was Stalin who violated the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.


              Those who claim that Stalin violated the pact are either dunno or provocateurs.

              Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
              And secondly, there was NO joint parade in Brest of the Wehrmacht and the Red Army :)))


              Sorry (temperature - flu), there was a ceremonial withdrawal of German troops from Brest.

              During the invasion of Poland, the city of Brest (at that time Brest-Litovsk) on September 14 of the 1939 of the year was occupied by the 19th Wehrmacht's motorized corps under the command of General Guderian. On 20 of September, Germany and the USSR agreed on a temporary demarcation line between their troops, Brest retreated to the Soviet zone.

              On 21 of September, the 29-th separate tank brigade of the Red Army under the command of Semyon Krivoshein, who had previously received orders to accept Brest from the Germans, entered Brest. During the negotiations that day, Krivoshein and Guderian agreed on the procedure for transferring the city with the solemn withdrawal of German troops.

              At 16 hours of 22 September, Guderian and Krivoshein climbed a low platform. In front of them, a formation with unfolded banners marched the German infantry, then motorized artillery, then tanks. About two dozen aircraft flew by on a shaving flight.

              The withdrawal of German troops from Brest, at which the Red Army was present, is often called the "joint parade" of the troops of Germany and the USSR, although there was no joint parade - the Soviet troops did not march along the city with the German. The myth of a “joint parade” is widely used in anti-Russian propaganda to prove the union of the USSR and Germany (which did not exist) and the identification of Nazi Germany and the USSR.


              in the photo (clickable):

              The soldiers watch the solemn withdrawal of German troops from Brest.
            2. Aljavad
              Aljavad 14 September 2014 02: 33
              +3
              parade in the Brest of the Wehrmacht and the Red Army was not :)))


              The parade was. Like the three German military training grounds in the USSR. And the damned pact was.
              That we "violated" it - I hear it for the first time!

              IMHO: Carlson said with irony.
              1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
                Andrei from Chelyabinsk 14 September 2014 13: 22
                +1
                Regarding the parade - the argument is presented here http://alternathistory.org.ua/k-voprosu-o-sovmestnom-parade-v-breste-ili-nash-ot
                vet-chemberlenu
                I strongly advise you to familiarize yourself :)
          2. vvdmitriyvv
            vvdmitriyvv 15 September 2014 08: 12
            -4
            the fact that Stalin was persuaded to violate this agreement, by the way, was talked about quite recently in Russia24 in one of the programs! - so your doubts about this are inspired by propaganda from the Soviet years ... Your doubts about the French are also from unwillingness to seek the truth! It is easier for you to accept the truth that the "WORLD COMMUNITY" accepted in due time to justify the intrigues they wove in order to weaken the 2 most powerful empires at that time!
        2. Woldemar78
          Woldemar78 14 September 2014 02: 22
          +3
          Since when did we switch to you? And self-education, you should do it, read books by various authors, and not just Rezun.
          1. vvdmitriyvv
            vvdmitriyvv 15 September 2014 09: 09
            -6
            And who are you - the navel of the earth so that I will come to you? Unlike you, I also studied the story that was taught even under the Soviet program, but many questions arose (as well as about the fact that someone invited Rurik to rule ...), so I started digging! By the way, I didn’t read the rezun! so you yourself would follow your advice! your horizons aren’t so hot since you so blindly believe in what they write in books ... I try to impartially analyze and draw conclusions from every information that comes to me! what I wish you too! I do not set myself the goal of acquitting or condemning someone - I just answer my questions! And by the way, I'm not saying that Hitler is white and fluffy, and Stalin is a bastard and a traitor - they are people with their own advantages and disadvantages, like any other! History also knew other villains, fanatics and simply great rulers - but all of them are primarily people - not omniscient, not all-seeing, with their weaknesses and ideals! And now I see that my position was right, because the story continues repeating, and before our very eyes, which means our grandfathers did not achieve the result they so desired - they did not destroy fascism, because the source of this infection was not in Germany! and therefore, denial to you by such intrigues conducted by the source of this infection is a very stupid behavior! you must be able to abstract from all the husks and look at the situation from a height! Our grandfathers could not do this, they did not have such an opportunity, and we can look at it from the height of the past years and compare it with modern history! and this must be done so as not to repeat the mistakes of history, adequately perceive what is happening and respond accordingly!
            1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
              Andrei from Chelyabinsk 15 September 2014 18: 14
              +2
              So what is the Vissarionich pact violated? :))
            2. Woldemar78
              Woldemar78 15 September 2014 19: 49
              -1
              Unlike you, I also studied the history that was taught according to the Soviet program. By the way, I also studied at the Soviet school, according to the Soviet program, so - by the way. Of course, I am not the navel of the earth, but I am used to addressing strangers to you, unlike you. By the way, here people are wondering why Stalin violated the pact? Just wondering HOW, and not just, "I said that I violated, then I violated, period!", Please answer!
              1. vvdmitriyvv
                vvdmitriyvv 16 September 2014 10: 32
                -1
                "The accession of the Baltic to the USSR - the inclusion of the independent Baltic states - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - part of the USSR, which became a consequence of the signing by the USSR and Nazi Germany in August 1939 of the non-aggression pact between Germany and the Soviet Union and the Treaty of Friendship and Border, the secret protocols of which fixed the delimitation of the spheres of interests of these two powers in Eastern Europe. "
                BUT!!!!
                "Attached to the treaty was a secret additional protocol on the delimitation of spheres of mutual interests in Eastern Europe in the event of" territorial and political reorganization. "The protocol provided for the inclusion of Latvia, Estonia, Finland, the eastern" regions that make up the Polish state "[2] and Bessarabia in the sphere interests of the USSR, LITHUANIA and the West of Poland - in the sphere of interests of Germany."
                Stalin bit off an extra piece of European pie - FACT !!! Why he did this - not so long ago there was a program in Russia24 about after the USA, which even received the Order of Lenin, and it was said in plain text that it was he who persuaded Stalin break a contract with Hitlerthough they didn’t say how ... There was a lot of talk about how the Anglo-Saxons poisoned Hitler against Stalin, and Stalin against Hitler! Which, however, they are doing now ... Only now, instead of Germany, they are afraid of China ...
                1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
                  Andrei from Chelyabinsk 17 September 2014 16: 34
                  +2
                  Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                  "Attached to the treaty was a secret additional protocol on the delimitation of spheres of mutual interests in Eastern Europe in the event of" territorial and political reorganization. "The protocol provided for the inclusion of Latvia, Estonia, Finland, the eastern" regions that make up the Polish state "[2] and Bessarabia in the sphere interests of the USSR, LITHUANIA and the west of Poland - in the sphere of interests of Germany

                  So - as you just informed us, no pact was violated.
                  The so-called secret additional protocol to the pact was violated. Then please be kind enough to show me a link to original secret protocol. Just please, do not offer a link to his State Department allegedly a photocopy.
                  The history of the appearance of the secret protocol is as follows. After the war, the US State Department announced that a photocopy of the secret protocol had fallen into his hands, the original allegedly died. In the USSR, the original was never found, but in 1989, during Gorbachev's perestroika, we recognized its existence "noting the absence of originals, but recognizing its authenticity, based on a graphological, photographic and lexical examination of copies, and the correspondence of subsequent events to them"
                  That's bullshit. If we consider the secret protocol a fake of the State Department, then it was not difficult for them to compose a story that would correspond to the actions of the USSR before the Second World War. But there were no originals, no, the American photo gallery is being demonstrated.
                  Moreover, even if you believe the "certificate of Soviet-German secret treaties" signed by Moshkov, (and I do not believe, because I have some grounds, but let's say), then there, in the list of documents, in addition to the top secret protocol, there is a "Secret Protocol" dated 28 September, which CORRECTS the agreements of the so-secret protocol of August 23, which you are talking about. And how do you know where Lithuania ended up IN THIS protocol? :)))))
                  But in general - too much indicates that a top-secret protocol is a fake. But even if it is, the absence of the text of the corrective agreement of September 28 does not in any way affirm that Vissarionych violated something there.
                  Moreover - No. 6 there is a link to the protocol on Germany's REFUSAL to part of the territory of Lithuania - from 28 of September to 1939 of the year:))) http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/ZIMOS/forum/docs/7Chavkin7.pdf
                  1. vvdmitriyvv
                    vvdmitriyvv 19 September 2014 10: 07
                    0
                    Andrew! do not be dumb please! I allocated to you in bold what territory Stalin chopped off, and what should have been! And by the way - the secret protocol is an integral part of the pact! I can’t give you a link to it either ... what I wrote is extracts from the official version of this part of the story, for some reason it doesn’t occur to anyone to dock them together ... And the last paragraph is about Germany’s refusal to PARTS Lithuania - it turns out Hitler even tried to find a compromise with Visarionych! And in the load (I can't give a link because of the prescription - I don't remember where) - I saw with my own eyes a photograph of the document in which Hitler warned Stalin about the beginning of the war - of course, this can also be questioned, depending on what position to take on this topic ... My position is that "there is no smoke without fire" - judging by how the war began for the USSR, there were obvious miscalculations of Stalin, but exactly where they were ... Previously, we were told about ignoring intelligence by Stalin, but this it is completely unclear - why then do we need intelligence if you don’t believe it? And pay attention that the archives of the Second World War are classified (most of them) to this day - so there is something to hide! Now they were saying about Ukraine that they would not impose sanctions on us ... It turned out - nonsense! There is a reason! I just don't understand why people are idiots? Putin's actions in Ukraine are quite understandable! So why hide ??? and everything, I think, is due to the fact that both the 1st and 2nd world wars, and what is happening now - very muddy water! Therefore, if I were you, I would not repeat so categorically that Stalin is all so white and fluffy, but Hitler is the only negative hero in this story! Moreover, I know for sure that in spite of his obsessive hatred of Jews, Hitler possessed a powerful intellect - he hoped to win the war and did everything so that this victory was fully justified, namely, legally he observed all the formalities, so that later they would not say that he was there something violated that dishonest villain, etc. - he is German - meticulous, punctual, meticulous ... If you were just talking to Hitler - I assure you that it would be very difficult for you to argue with him! - That is why Meinkampf is prohibited! I am not making excuses for anyone, but I am trying to force you to read between the lines too, to see not only what is written, but also the people who wrote it, their motivation, beliefs, etc.! The scale of world intrigue is so great that it is very foolish to take one opinion as the truth - most likely it lies at the heart of everyone and must be collected bit by bit! And the more that there were more than 2 sides in that war - pay attention to this too!
                    1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
                      Andrei from Chelyabinsk 19 September 2014 16: 47
                      +1
                      Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                      Andrew! do not be dumb please!

                      Are you telling me this? laughing
                      Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                      I allocated to you in bold what territory Stalin chopped off, and what should have been!

                      So what? Your words were weighed, and the salts were lightweight. Let us confirm the factology.
                      Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                      And the last paragraph - on the refusal of Germany from the PART of Lithuania - it turns out Hitler even tried to find a compromise with Visarionich!

                      It turns out that LONG before the introduction of troops is not that in Lithuania - in Latvia, Hitler personally voted surrendering part of Latvia to Stalin :)))
                      I summarize.
                      You spread here with a cape on a tree that Visarionitch violated the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and reported about it from the Position of the High Expert of History.
                      Two comments reveal that:
                      1) Vissarionich did not violate the PACT. And he violated the secret protocol of 23 August. Such a "trifle" that the very existence of the secret protocol is in question (since there is no original document, but there is only a photocopy presented by the State Department) - does not bother you.
                      2) If you even believe in the version of the existence of the secret protocol, then it turns out that it is not the final document. At least TWO documents were attached to it, correcting the agreement reached on August 23. And one of them is directly called - on the rejection of claims on part of the territories of Lithuania ...
                      So.
                      Firstly, not the fact that a secret protocol even existed.
                      Secondly - if it existed, the tone is far from the fact that Vissarionitch violated it - if for some month (from 23 August to 28 September 1939 d) Hitler ceded part of Lithuania to Stalin (I wonder what? 50% of the territory? 95% of the territory ?) So what could Stalin agree with Hitler until November December 1939 (in the middle of the 1940 year (when the Soviet contingents were introduced) (when the annexation actually took place)?
                      And I - so, let me remind you that the maps on which Lithuania became part of the USSR GERMAN PRINTING HOUSES printed on 1 on April 1940!
                      In general, any DISPARTICIAN historian most obviously diagnoses the more than probable possibility that Stalin and the Fuhrer agreed on Lithuania before its annexation.
                      And here you declare with all aplomb - "Stalin violated the pact!" Sorry, but this is either a lie or illiteracy.
                      Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                      My position is that "there is no smoke without fire"

                      For God's sake. "For your point of view, I am ready to bite your throat, for your right to express it, I will give my life" (Voltaire)
                      Only please distinguish your own speculation from historical facts As they say in Odessa - these are two big differences
                      1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
                        Andrei from Chelyabinsk 19 September 2014 16: 47
                        +1
                        Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                        My position is that "there is no smoke without fire" - judging by how the war began for the USSR, there were obvious miscalculations of Stalin, but where exactly they were ... Previously, we were told that Stalin ignored intelligence, but this is completely incomprehensible - Why then do we need intelligence if you don’t believe it?

                        These your words show your TOTAL ignorance historical period, which you undertake to judge.
                        For starters, at least learn what the intelligence reported to Stalin. Not according to the boulevard books (and intelligence reported, but Stalin did not believe it), but take the texts of radiograms and read.
                        Then (if after that there is a desire to argue) we continue
                      2. vvdmitriyvv
                        vvdmitriyvv 20 September 2014 11: 49
                        0
                        firstly: I do not judge history in general or in periods! because in order to judge it is necessary to declassify all the archives or somehow get into them, and not only in ours, but also in German, English, American, French! what to do, as you know, is not real!
                        secondly: your point of view is also disputable and unproven, and the discussion can be conducted endlessly! you draw some conclusions, and I draw others because I rely not only on history books and other similar literature, but also on an understanding of the personalities who created this story! why I said in the affirmative about this - my point was confirmed by the words recently said in one of the last documentaries - I spoke about this earlier!
                        Third: I told you already that Hitler was planning to win the war! According to this, he legally complied with all the agreements! In 1926 his book was published in it, even then the beginning of the Second World War was legally justified! Hitler needed an unconditional victory, because he was going to arrange a new world order, and he, according to his convictions, should be impeccable - nothing should cast a shadow over him! Because of treachery, malicious violation of their agreements can not speak! He even warned of the Jewish genocide that he had committed and gave them time to leave Germany! But the British without warning began to wet, fleeing from the reprisal of the Jews! Because Stalin and tore a piece from Palestine to form their own state! And for some reason everyone is silent about the existence of Jewish concentration camps in the USA!
                      3. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
                        Andrei from Chelyabinsk 20 September 2014 13: 58
                        +1
                        Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                        secondly: your point of view is also disputed and unproven

                        That is not necessary, but :)))) You claimed that Stalin violated the pact? Approved. And what did I say? That you do not have any evidence base for such a statement. And what is "contested" and "unproven" in my point of view, huh? :)))
                        Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                        because I rely not only on history books and other similar literature, but also on an understanding of the personalities who created this story! why I said in the affirmative about this - my point was confirmed by the words recently said in one of the last documentaries - I spoke about this earlier!

                        You had no understanding and no. Since for understanding you need not documentaries and the like nonsense to watch, but to read DOCUMENTS OF THIS EPIC. So, you won’t believe it, I read it.
                        Quote: vvdmitriyvv
                        Third: I told you already that Hitler was planning to win the war! According to this, he legally complied with all the agreements! In 1926 his book was published in it, even then the beginning of the Second World War was legally justified! Hitler needed an unconditional victory, because he was going to arrange a new world order, and he, according to his convictions, should be impeccable - nothing should cast a shadow over him! Because of treachery, malicious violation of their agreements can not speak!

                        We have to talk about the deep illiteracy of individual commentators of that era. Hitler violated almost ALL agreements, not only and not so much with us, as with the world of the West and only you can ignore this.
                      4. vvdmitriyvv
                        vvdmitriyvv 23 September 2014 08: 34
                        0
                        It is disputable and unproven that everything that you or anyone else is trying to assert, not being able to get acquainted with the information in full without limits! me too... but I explained my position to you! what you read is at most one tenth of one side of the coin, which by virtue of circumstances has at least 5 sides! So think about whether you can rely on such a small fraction of the information! that's why I say - look at the root, analyze everything starting from the one who needed this war, who uses what means historically! As for the documentary - I said that he only confirmed my suspicions! As for Hitler’s violations of the agreements, it sounds ridiculous, because I already told you that already 1926 Hitler legally justified his invasion of Europe! France occupied coal mines, contrary to the peace agreement reached at the end of the 1st world! What completely untied Hitler’s hands! because the West generally have no offense at all! As for my understanding of personalities - do not say so confidently about it! I know perfectly well the motivation of Hitler, who saw a way out of the crisis in the war, Stalin, who was not at all ready to fight and, therefore, ready to negotiate with anyone and anything just to delay the war, the French - as behaved like prostitutes, and the Anglo-Saxons, as now, are trying to achieve superiority by destroying other countries, especially those that can compete with them! And their ability to fight with the wrong hands, personally from me, is not in doubt, and I don’t understand why you are surprised! Stalin and Hitler pitted! Or do you think that these "allies" just entered the war when Hitler was already doomed? All this time they looted loot on our blood - they drove Hitler oil, armor (or its components, or even equipment at all - Germany did not have the nickel necessary for armored vehicles) ... So those bits of information that fell into your hands raise more questions than give answers! for this I read minekampf - to understand the situation, to see the logical chain of Hitler, to understand what kind of person he really is ... Yes, he is a maniac in terms of ideas of national superiority, but he is a very competent person with iron logic! at the end of the book he concludes that he will not have affairs with the Communists ... I had a question - where did such close friendship with us come from then? the answer was simple - Hitler saw the Anglo-Saxons trying to pit him with Stalin and saw what it would lead to! Therefore, he tried to make Stalin an ally, but he was led to the Anglo-Saxon game, trying to delay the war, and even tasted the promises of the "allies" for help ... he simply left no other choice for Hitler! If he hadn’t attacked today, tomorrow the whole Entente would have trampled his land ... For that, the barbaros’s plan - he couldn’t just take out a long war! if he had succeeded, then the Anglo-Saxons would have had a very tight time and they would understand this because they still helped the USSR (guns, planes ...), they helped Hitler, too, but they were in no hurry to bleed both empires! And then collect the cream ... which they did! Stalin was simply put on a fork - either he fights against the Entente against Germany, or against Germany against the Entente ... he made a choice in favor of the Entente, which is understandable, because The USSR and Germany have not yet recovered from World War I, and the USSR also from the Civil War, all the more so since they promised him to open a 1nd front with all the consequences ... Hitler's choice was scarce - or he, together with the USSR, against the Entente or against the USSR and the Entente ... what would you choose if you were faced with that choice? I think the answer is obvious ... he had no reason to break the pact! it is logical to think, and not blindly believe a few pieces of paper that have been thrown to you like a bone to a dog - bite and think that this is meat! all the more so today everything is visible - who, what and how violates!
      2. ochakow703
        ochakow703 15 September 2014 21: 37
        0
        How! "I ask the questions myself, I answer them myself, as it comes to my mind." This is, excuse me, Kashchenko. It would be necessary to bring more weighty arguments, and not just your own gray matter.
  12. Eaglealex
    Eaglealex 14 September 2014 20: 46
    +3
    You are more than Suvorov - Rezun (Rodent) read, not yet write.
  • Andrei from Chelyabinsk
    Andrei from Chelyabinsk 13 September 2014 12: 42
    +6
    Quote: vvdmitriyvv
    however, in 1939, the non-attack pact was signed! Stalin, instigated by the Anglo-Saxons, violated him! I am not saying this to justify or condemn anyone! it’s just for the author to understand the question before writing

    So figure it out. When did Vissarionitch break the pact?
    1. vvdmitriyvv
      vvdmitriyvv 16 September 2014 12: 33
      0
      au literate people have quieted down then?
      1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
        Andrei from Chelyabinsk 17 September 2014 16: 37
        +1
        Time is running out. And so - answered Above :))
  • bulanash
    bulanash 13 September 2014 13: 15
    +5
    it’s a shame not only that I didn’t live to win .. He never found out that he became a Hero. The feat made in July 1941. And the decree on the assignment was issued in October. 9 army where he fought in the fall visited several environments and where our hero turned out to be one god knows. According to the materials http://www.obd-memorial.ru/html/info.htm?id=56483295 he was re-called up already in 1944 from the Donbass. He died in 1945 as an ordinary machine gunner, the body remained in the territory occupied by the enemy, so we do not even know where our Hero is resting.
    1. vvdmitriyvv
      vvdmitriyvv 13 September 2014 13: 43
      +3
      about what I didn’t find out - who knows ... maybe there is a world of heroes on the other side of our world ...
      the main thing is that someone remembers such heroes!
  • Velikoruss
    Velikoruss 14 September 2014 01: 01
    +1
    ... only in vain is the author about the Aryans so ... the Slavs are also descendants of Ares ...
    And the funny thing is that Hitler himself was, to put it mildly, a non-Aryan at all, I would say the antipode of the Aryan http://www.dazzle.ru/antifascism/hitler.shtml winked ... The zeal with which he undertook to promote the topic of German arism with the money of Jewish magnates, and using all the most terrible and deadly that is associated with the heritage of the Aryans, suggests that his main task was to scare the world and discredit the very memory of the Aryans as much as possible and Aryans. Probably because the Slavs are the closest descendants of the Aryans, and the Germans are much further away from the Aryans, which, incidentally, is confirmed by modern genetic research. Even the word "aristocrat" comes from the Slavonic "aryan hundred times". The swastika seychay is officially considered a symbol of fascism and its demonstration is punishable under Russian law, although it has been present in Slavic decors from time immemorial. Who cares themselves will find a lot of confirmation. For illustration, a fragment of an old Belarusian women's costume. And also swastikas were everywhere on houses and in houses, because swastikas, first of all, were amulets.
    1. Eaglealex
      Eaglealex 14 September 2014 20: 49
      +1
      A swastika is a Kolovrat, a sign of the sun ... Any idea can be brought to the point of absurdity, any symbol can be dumped in a derma ...
  • trenkkvaz
    trenkkvaz 13 September 2014 15: 20
    -8
    Story ! In 1941 there were no tablets yet. smile
    1. Andrey60
      Andrey60 13 September 2014 16: 47
      +5
      This refers to a field bag.
    2. samoletil18
      samoletil18 13 September 2014 18: 57
      +3
      Quote: trenkkvaz
      Story ! In 1941 there were no tablets yet. smile

      How old are you? My son is 16, he understood everything correctly.
    3. Aljavad
      Aljavad 14 September 2014 02: 37
      +1
      In 1941 there were no tablets yet.


      This iPhone and mobiles were not. There were tablets.
  • Russian butcher.
    Russian butcher. 13 September 2014 15: 56
    0
    Man! What else to say.
  • Crimea-nyash
    Crimea-nyash 13 September 2014 16: 10
    +4
    among the closest relatives of A. Merkel, there was someone who was running away from the Russian carpenter with ragged pants ...
    1. 290980
      290980 13 September 2014 16: 45
      0
      Quote: Crimea-nyash
      among the closest relatives of A. Merkel, there was someone who was running away from the Russian carpenter with ragged pants ...


      Merkel is Polish, not German.
      1. family tree
        family tree 14 September 2014 02: 20
        +1
        Quote: 290980
        Merkel is Polish, not German.

        In-in, bring everything to the Poles, why pity them. Since the pope showed a bit of Polish roots, then it’s just like a Polish girl, and a German, a purebred, should be what . Oh, I feel now and we will get to the true Aryans, chur me belay laughing
  • makhonin. 1956
    makhonin. 1956 13 September 2014 17: 04
    0
    These are those heroes about whom it is known, but how many more are unknown !!! Here is a reason to think about when writing school curricula for history !!!
  • Jager
    Jager 13 September 2014 18: 03
    +7
    How much we don’t know ...
    The veteran, a colonel artilleryman, spoke. He came to the front with the rank of lieutenant in the 43rd, liberated the Crimea, ended the war on the Elbe. Of the 60 people in his battery, 24. reached Elba. So there were artillerymen, as he said, were rarely at the front line, guns were M-30. The composition of the infantry completely changed after 3-4 attacks. But a couple of times I had to urgently get up for direct fire. His battery has 2 German tanks, several armored personnel carriers and a sea of ​​German infantry (our guns were completely mowed down by the fascist infantry regiment trying to break out of the encirclement). As he said, after this shelling I had to go back (the only road) through the breakthrough place - a grove, one of our artillerymen moved wildly from what he saw - burnt trees without foliage (bursting with HE HEATS), and on them clusters hung human debris and intestines. And the commander himself turned gray, the distraught crowd of Germans was destroyed only 44 meters from the battery with the last shrapnel shell.
  • free
    free 13 September 2014 20: 33
    +3
    honor and glory to you HERO!
  • Serafimov
    Serafimov 14 September 2014 00: 31
    0
    What can I say, ours know how to bend.
  • Slavich
    Slavich 14 September 2014 01: 23
    0
    He is also an Arctic fox in Africa. A scribe.
  • Aljavad
    Aljavad 14 September 2014 01: 57
    +2
    HEROES DO NOT DIE!
  • Aljavad
    Aljavad 14 September 2014 02: 16
    +8
    NIKOLAI SIROTININ
    On that day, the chief lieutenant of the Wehrmacht Hensfald, who later died at Stalingrad, wrote in his diary: "17.07.1941/XNUMX/XNUMX, Sokolnichi, near Krichev. In the evening they buried an unknown Russian soldier. He alone, standing at the cannon, shot a column of our tanks and infantry for a long time. So he died. Everyone marveled at his courage. "
    Yes, this Soviet warrior was buried by the enemy. With honors. Much later it turned out that this was the gun commander of the 137th Infantry Division of the 13th Army, Senior Sergeant Nikolai Sirotinin. He accomplished the feat at the very beginning of World War II.
    Voluntarily volunteering to cover the withdrawal of his unit, Nikolai took an advantageous firing position, from which the highway, a small rivulet and a bridge over it were clearly visible, which opened the way for the enemy to the east. At dawn on July 17, German tanks and armored personnel carriers appeared. When the lead tank reached the bridge, a gun shot rang out. The fighting vehicle broke out. The second shell hit another, closing column. A traffic jam has formed on the road. The Nazis tried to turn off the highway, but several tanks were immediately stuck in a swamp. And Senior Sergeant Sirotinin continued to send shells at the target. Black puffs of smoke enveloped the column. The enemy brought down a powerful fire on the Soviet gun. A second group of tanks came from the west and also opened fire. Only after 2,5 hours, the Nazis managed to destroy the cannon, which managed to fire almost 60 shells. At the battle site, 10 German tanks and armored personnel carriers were burned out, many enemy soldiers and officers died.
    The soldiers of the 137th Infantry Division, who took up defense on the eastern bank of the river, got the impression that a full battery was firing at the tanks. And only later did they learn that a column of tanks was held back by one gunner.
  • andrewkor
    andrewkor 14 September 2014 09: 51
    0
    In order to study advanced military experience by Soviet specialists, German specialists were trained to bypass the Treaty of Versailles: a flying school in Lipetsk, a tank school in Kazan, a chemical school in Engels. With the Nazis coming to power, the Germans no longer needed them. Schools remained. At present they turned into powerful centers for combat training all over Russia.
  • tundra
    tundra 14 September 2014 14: 57
    +1
    Unfortunately, they don’t tell this at school.
    But recently in a talk show advertising I want to go to meladze, I heard such words, do you want to become a hero of the country? Well, my wife knows me, 30 pet, I almost intercepted the remote control on the fly, otherwise the telly would be telly.
    1. zen-do.ru
      zen-do.ru 25 September 2014 15: 50
      0
      You need to turn the TV upside down and watch without sound. (wink)
  • panfil
    panfil 14 September 2014 15: 51
    +3
    Back in school (about 1988) I read a book about a Russian soldier who was nearly buried three times in the Great Patriotic War after injuries. However, he survived and again went to the front. After the war, he entered college, where teenagers made fun of him, but when they saw him naked, they stopped laughing. This former soldier did not have a living place - all in scars, improperly fused bones on his legs, but despite this he did not become dependent, but continued to study and work, as a real man should. Unfortunately, I don’t remember either the author of this book or the name of the hero, but I still remember this story. I have two great-grandfathers who died in the war, only my grandfather returned. It’s good that we still remember such people alive. Eternal memory to them!
  • vvdmitriyvv
    vvdmitriyvv 15 September 2014 08: 34
    -1
    "Those who claim that Stalin violated the pact are either dunno or provocateurs." - rather, those who blindly believe that it is so easy at a time when the Germans and Russians not only learn from each other and exchange technology and food, but also there is a massive cultural exchange, when Stalin even introduces a decree prohibiting bad language about Hitler (which operated until 1942! according to which many were sent to the penal battalion and imprisoned! - yes, an unpleasant page in history, but that was unfortunately!), suddenly, without warning, the war begins to gnaw each other's throats ... By the way - I even saw a photo of the official warning of the beginning wars! it was like intelligence data! with a sudden attack, Stalin covered up the shame of his mistake and justified the entry of the USSR into this war! - How correct it was is difficult to judge, only today we see the true carriers of fascism! and now it is obvious from where the wind was blowing - the same policy of wars by proxy! nothing has changed since then! and the genocide of the Jews, for which Germany pays to this day, occurred also from England, and even in the United States there were Jewish concentration camps (I was stunned when the news, when Obama became president, showed how he was laying flowers on that place ...) , but why is all this hushed up? answer me, literate!
  • jgthfnjh
    jgthfnjh 15 September 2014 16: 49
    +1
    Met 2 dill. “Kum, I went to Moscow here and expressed my contempt for the pits.” - But as? - Yes, they did not give a shit right on Red Square! “Kum, you are a hero, how could you, are there so many people and police?” - And I'm slowly in my pants.
  • clidon
    clidon 15 September 2014 20: 26
    -3
    It is interesting what was really there ... Weakly believe that fifty armed men watched them chop off their heads, then a military man stomps grenades to the wagon, and why an ax, and then grenades. It seems to me it smells like a bike per kilometer. Either post-war, or on behalf of those who wrote the submission. moreover, they often wrote them at the headquarters of the clerk from the words of third parties.
  • ochakow703
    ochakow703 15 September 2014 22: 01
    +2
    Yes it was. Firstly, this was the beginning of the war and the Fritz could really have been little prepared for such a development of events, secondly, the ax is faster than grenades, and thirdly, it says that it was standing next to the wagon, so those seconds were enough to use them. I still believe. Man is a hero. My grandfather passed the Finnish and World War II in the infantry, he told so many different things. It is a pity that he left early, there was no living space on his body ...
    1. clidon
      clidon 16 September 2014 16: 34
      -1
      Just wondering in time all the same, little is believed in the behavior of fifty armed people. Especially those times. Yes, and it cannot be said that the Nazi army was un-fired.
  • Free Island
    Free Island 16 September 2014 03: 31
    0
    super! I'm shocked))
  • ed24
    ed24 28 September 2014 19: 16
    0
    I also read the story how a cook captured a tank. Everything was ordinary, the German attack, the infantry fled, one tank stopped in the rear near the kitchen, and the cook, not bewildered, jumped on the tank, covering his observation gown with his bathrobe, and began to knock the ax with his ax. The runaway fighters arrived in time and helped to capture the tankers.
  • Tempest
    Tempest 13 October 2014 13: 42
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    SECRET ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL

    When signing the non-aggression treaty between Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the undersigned ombudsmen of both sides discussed in a strictly confidential manner the question of delimiting areas of mutual interests in Eastern Europe. This discussion led to the following result:
    1. In the case of the territorial and political reorganization of the regions that make up the Baltic states (Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania), the northern border of Lithuania is simultaneously the border of the spheres of interests of Germany and the USSR. At the same time, the interests of Lithuania in relation to the Vilnius region are recognized by both parties.
    2. In the case of the territorial and political reorganization of the areas that make up the Polish state, the border of the spheres of interest of Germany and the USSR will approximately pass along the lines of the Narew, Vistula and San rivers.
    The question of whether it is in the mutual interests to preserve an independent Polish state and what the borders of this state will be, can be finally clarified only during the course of further political development.
    In any case, both governments will resolve this issue in the order of friendly mutual consent.
    3. Concerning the southeast of Europe from the Soviet side, the USSR’s interest in Bessarabia is underlined. On the German side, it declares its complete political disinterest in these areas.
    4. This protocol will be kept strictly secret by both parties.

    Moscow, 23 August 1939 of the year

    By Authorization For Government
    Government of the USSR of Germany
    V. Molotov I. Ribbentrop