1941 October Revolution Parade: Infantry with SVT-40 self-loading rifles

1941 October Revolution Parade

1941 October Revolution Parade on the Red Square. In the photo, the Soviet infantry with Tokarev’s self-loading rifles of the 1940 model SVT-40 in the “shoulder” position. The bayonets are attached to the rifles. Behind the soldiers there was a knapsack outfit of the 1936 model, on the side – small infantry shovels.
The original name of the photo: “After the parade – into battle!”.



Location: Moscow, Soviet Russia
Date: November 7, 1941
Author: Dmitry Baltermants

In : 1941

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