88th Separate Guards Heavy Tank Regiment at the Bismarck Monument in Berlin

88th Separate Guards Heavy Tank Regiment

Soldiers of the 88th Separate Guards Heavy Tank Regiment are photographed at the Bismarck Monument in Berlin. After the announcement of the surrender of Germany, the brother-soldiers went for a walk around Berlin, and among the photographs taken was a picture of a landmark monument for Germany.

Photo from Leonard Semenovich Bukhov’s album (later the famous Soviet sound producer).

On the photo:
Top row from left to right:

  1. Propaganda of the regiment, captain Lemeshko;
  2. Chief of the chemical unit of the regiment, Senior Lieutenant Romashov;
  3. Senior Lieutenant Belenko;
  4. Deputy on the technical part of the regiment, lieutenant colonel I.P. Romanchenko;
  5. The regimental commander, Colonel PG Mzhachih;
  6. Deputy regiment commander, major F.M. Zharkoy;
  7. Authorized SMERSH, Captain M. Subachev;
  8. Regiment doctor, captain of the medical service Pakharenko;
  9. Propaganda of the regiment, Major Konoplev.


Sit from left to right:
1. ?;
2.?
3.?

4. Head of the food regiment;

5. Komsomol regiment;

6. Medical instructor;

7.?

8. ?;

9. Medical instructor.





Location: Berlin, Germany
Date: May 9, 1945

In : 1945

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