Radio operator V. Zolotsev sets up loud-speaking equipment for broadcasting propaganda programs

Radio operator V. Zolotsev

Radio engineer of the 2nd rank military technician V. Zolotsev sets up loud-speaking equipment for broadcasting propaganda programs intended for German soldiers behind the front line:
The propaganda broadcasts told the truth about the criminal war that Adolf Hitler had unleashed and the imminent defeat of the Third Reich. Ilya Ehrenburg read the letters of Wehrmacht soldiers who had already died in Russia and played German music.


Sources of information about the photo:

  1. www.theatlantic.com
  2. victory.rusarchives.ru
  3. Newspaper Buryat-Mongol true # 053 of March 3, 1942




Location: USSR
Date: February-March 1942
Photo by Leonid Velikzhanin

In : 1942

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