Russian children from the kindergarten of Kandalaksha for a walk. The constant danger of being under the Luftwaffe air strike made the adults take the children out of the city limits.
Kandalaksha was a front-line city from the summer of 1941 to October 1944. All this time the city was exposed to fierce raids from the air. Thus, during the first two years of the war, the Nazis bombed the railway junction of Kandalaksha 666 times, on individual days making up to fifteen air strikes a day.
Location: Kandalaksha, Murmansk region, USSR