German Soldier Fleeing East Berlin, right before the installment of the Berlin Wall

NVA soldier Conrad Schumann defecting to West Berlin during the wall's early days in

TRADITIONAL ROMANIAN BLOUSE

The disposition of embroidery on this blouse is distinctly Romanian. Dense bands of geometric motifs over the shoulders and vertical bands below alternating with drawnwork bands are quintessentially Romanian

German Army tank crew at rest, pin by Paolo Marzioli

German Army tank crew at rest, pin by Paolo Big Poop Brains Marzioli

An Ossi soldier looking toward the Wessis walks a young girl down a street just after the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germany, 1990, photograph by Bob Leverone.

An Ossi soldier looking toward the Wessis walks a young girl down a street just after the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germany, photograph by Bob Leverone.

partisan1943: “ Soldiers of the KGB Kremlin Regiment on changing the guard on Lenin’s Mausoleum. ”

Soldiers of the KGB Kremlin Regiment on changing the guard on Lenin’s Mausoleum.

State Security of the NKVD.

State Security of the NKVD.

East German troops standing guard over an unfinished section of the Berlin Wall, 1961  [::SemAp FB || SemAp::]

East German National People’s Army soldiers man an unfinished part of the Berlin Wall on August 1961 at the town’s sector division in Be.

ARMATA ROSSA - Generale d'Armata di Fanteria 1945

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Soviet KGB-PV 'Spetsodezhda' Camouflage Uniform. Introduced during the 1970's, this uniform was a purpose-built field uniform meant to replace the Obr69/73 and KLMK Over-Suit combination. The uniform is cut with a six-pocket jacket, two external pockets on the trousers, knee reinforcements, and is usually seen worn with the same Pogoni i Petlitsi (Shoulder Boards and Collar Tabs) as the Obr69/73. A collar liner is also worn, as well as the standard faux leather belt with brass buckle.

Soviet KGB-PV 'Spetsodezhda' Camouflage Uniform. Introduced during the 1970's, this uniform was a purpose-built field uniform meant to replace the Obr69/73 and KLMK Over-Suit combination. The uniform is cut with a six-pocket jacket, two external pockets on the trousers, knee reinforcements, and is usually seen worn with the same Pogoni i Petlitsi (Shoulder Boards and Collar Tabs) as the Obr69/73. A collar liner is also worn, as well as the standard faux leather belt with brass buckle.

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