The Soviet mortar team fires during the liberation of Kursk

The Soviet mortar team fires during the liberation of Kursk



The Soviet command of the 82-mm mortar (O-832 fragmentation mines with bakelite detonator) is preparing to open fire on the enemy during the liberation of Kursk.

 

Shooting place: Kursk
Time taken: February 1943
Author: Emmanuel Evzerihin

In : 1943

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