Ukrainian police support order in the crowd of women in occupied Kiev

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Ukrainian traitors in the service in the Nazi police maintain order in the crowd of women in occupied Kiev.
The photo was taken 10 days after the fall of Kiev by German military photographer Johannes Hale, who was in the service of the 637th company of propaganda, which was part of the 6th German army that seized the capital of the Ukrainian SSR.

A crowd of women is standing at the corner of Kerosinaya Street (now Sholudenko Street) and Lagerna (now this part of it – Marshal Rybalko Street) near the fence of the Zenit Stadium (now “Start”) and is allegedly trying to learn something about the fates of its husbands, sons, brothers, prisoners in neighboring barracks.

 

 

Location: Kiev, Ukraine
Date: October 01, 1941
Author: Johannes Hähle

In : 1941

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