Resident of Dresden with a baby carriage and twin children after the defeat of the Third Reich

Resident of Dresden

A resident of Dresden with a baby carriage and twin children.
The street is blocked by a barricade left after the battles of the Red Army against the Wehrmacht.
Behind the back of a German woman are statues of horsemen, created in 1907 by the German sculptor Friedrich Offermann. The sculpture stands at the entrance to the Queen Carola (Caroline) Bridge over the Elbe, the bridge was blown up by the Nazis on May 7, 1945.

Location: Dresden, Germany
Photo date: 1945
Author photo: Natalia Bode

In : 1945

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