Partizan brigade named Parkhomenko nominated for “rail war”

Partizan brigade


The Partizan brigade named after Parkhomenko (more than 1000 fighters) of the Minsk division is being pushed into the “rail war” – sabotage on the railway tracks that are used by the Wehrmacht to transfer personnel and military equipment to the Eastern Front.
Left in the foreground with a tablet in hand – a 25-year-old brigade commander Alexei Lvov.
The 37th partisan brigade named after Parkhomenko operated in the Bobruisk and Glussky districts of the Mogilyov and Polesye regions of the Byelorussian SSR.

 

 

Location: Polesie, Belarus, USSR
Date: February 1944

In : 1944

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