Locals dig anti-tank ditches in East Prussia in 1944

anti-tank ditches


East Prussia, Germany, summer of 1944. German locals dig anti-tank ditches to stop armored hordes of Bolsheviks from the East.
By order of the Nazi Gauleiter, Erich Koch, all the civilian population of East Prussia was involved in the construction of fortifications, which were to stop the advance of the Red Army.

 

 

Location: East Prussia, Germany
Date: 1944

In : 1944

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