The Nazi Propaganda! on the back of the picture reads: "German soldiers in Lviv. A relieved puplic is telling German soldiers about their past suffering under the Soviet terror." Motif from the Eastern Front, Ukraine, issued on 07/12/1941. The attack undertaken by the German Army on the Soviet Union took place on 06/22/1941 under the code name "Operation Barbarossa". First welcomed and supported by the local population as "liberators from the stalinist yoke" the Wehrmacht became hated by the majority, which led to a guerilla warfare carried out with extreme brutality. [Irregularities in qualit

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The Nazi Propaganda! on the back of the picture reads: "German soldiers in Lviv. A relieved puplic is telling German soldiers about their past suffering under the Soviet terror." Motif from the Eastern Front, Ukraine, issued on 07/12/1941. The attack undertaken by the German Army on the Soviet Union took place on 06/22/1941 under the code name "Operation Barbarossa". First welcomed and supported by the local population as "liberators from the stalinist yoke" the Wehrmacht became hated by the majority, which led to a guerilla warfare carried out with extreme brutality. [Irregularities in qualit
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The Nazi Propaganda! on the back of the picture reads: "German soldiers in Lviv. A relieved puplic is telling German soldiers about their past suffering under the Soviet terror." Motif from the Eastern Front, Ukraine, issued on 07/12/1941. The attack undertaken by the German Army on the Soviet Union took place on 06/22/1941 under the code name "Operation Barbarossa". First welcomed and supported by the local population as "liberators from the stalinist yoke" the Wehrmacht became hated by the majority, which led to a guerilla warfare carried out with extreme brutality. [Irregularities in quality are due to its historical original.] Photo: Berliner Verlag / Archiv - GESPERRT FÜR BILDFUNK -

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