Miliatry parade in Bucharest during WWII

Miliatry parade in Bucharest during WWII

Below are 47 images from a military parade organized in 1941, in Bucharest, Romanian troops after the victory in the Battle of Odessa during the Second World War. After the liberation of Bessarabia in 1941, the Romanian army started in August 1941, Odessa conquest operation without German support. Due to the resistance forces of the Red Army in Odessa, the Romanian army fought for three months to conquer heavily fortified city.   Via:...
Romanian military uniforms 1881 – 1895

Romanian military uniforms 1881 – ...

We are continuing the story about the Romanian army and we present below the second set of pictures representing military uniforms used by Romanian Army between 1881 and 1895   Via:...
Romanian and german troops in Bassarabia , Ukraine and Crimea , 1941-42. Part II

Romanian and german troops in Bassarabia...

    Romanian navy secures the coast of the Black Sea The population plundering the house Mined railway to Melitopol Port of Odessa after the bombardment The road Kiev-Odessa is secured Stormed Bolsheviks field positions near Melitopol On the marches of the salt lakes in Krassni – Perekop area Lower Saxony’s Division marched more than 400
Romanian and german troops in Bassarabia, Ukraine and Crimea, 1941-42. Part I

Romanian and german troops in Bassarabia...

  On the Bessarabian road Via:...
Romanian soliders in Afganistan

Romanian soliders in Afganistan

 
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