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Виктор Васильевич Талалихин (18 сентября 1918, с. Тепловка, Вольский уезд, Саратовская губерния, РСФСР — 27 октября 1941, Подольский район, Московская область, СССР) — военный летчик, заместитель командира эскадрильи 177-го истребительного авиационного полка ПВО 6-го истребительного авиационного корпуса ПВО, младший лейтенант. Герой Советского Союза. Одним из первых в СССР совершил ночной воздушный таран.

Viktor Vasilevich Talalikhin (Виктор Васильевич Талалихин) September 1918 – 27 October was a Soviet lieutenant and aviator during the Winter War and World War II and a Hero of the Soviet Union, among the first to perform aerial ramming at night.

Adolf Hitler

Original and rare photo of Hitler in a wool suit while taking a walk by the Berghof and Mooslahner Teehaus (via fuhrerbefiehl)

Adolf Hitler in the summer of photographed by Hoffmann in his Munich studio. About eight weeks after this photo was taken, Hitler would walk into this same.

The Never-Realized Führermuseum, Linz, Austria. Photographs show Hitler, pencil in hand, pondering plans gazing raptly on the model for the site.

Roza Shanina | Роза Шанина

Roza Georgiyevna Shanina (Russian: Ро́за Гео́ргиевна Ша́нина, April 1924 – 28 January was a Soviet sniper during World War II, credited with fifty-nine confirmed kills, including twelve soldiers during the Battle of Vilnius

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Color by Klimbim Female lieutenant in Medical Services of the Soviet army, 1944-45. Medal for Courage, two Medals for Battle Merit, Medal “For the Defence of the Caucasus”.

Female lieutenant in Medical Services of the Soviet army, Medal for Courage, two Medals for Battle Merit, Medal "For the Defence of the Caucasus". Female lieutenant in Medical Services,

Adolf Hitler speaks to Princess Olga of Greece, the wife of the King of Yugoslavia, 1939

Adolf Hitler speaks to Princess Olga of Greece, the wife of the King of Yugoslavia, 1939