This entry was posted on November 6, 2014 by Miep. It was filed under History, Human History, Images of History, Life under siege, Military History, Modern Warfare, Nightmares of World War II, Photography, Russian Empire, Soviet Union, The Drama Of It All, Trench Warfare, U.S.S.R. Under Stalin, Women in War, World War Two and was tagged with anti-tank trenches, Barbarossa, Battle of Moscow, History of Women in Combat, invasion of the soviet union, Military, Moscow, Operation, Operation Barbarossa, Russia, Russian Women, Soviet, Soviet Union, Tank, the Battle of Moscow, Trench, Trench Warfare, trenches, USSR, War, Warfare, Women in War, women of Moscow, women of Moscow dig anti-tank trenches around Moscow, World war 2, World War II, World War two, WW2, wwii.
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