A Romanian officer arrives in Russia – World War II Today
In the station there was another German train of a Caucasian battalion. We were astonished to see these men in German uniform and we could not understand them because of their Kirghizian dialect. All officers were Caucasians but battalion’s commander who was German. These were volunteers previously captured by the Germans and that offered to fight against the Bolsheviks. After a training session of several months they were sent to front.
Portrait of a Romanian soldier of the Romanian Fourth Army during the Siege of Odessa. The Siege of Odessa was part of the Eastern Front area of operations in 1941, it was primarily conducted by...