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Bychkov, second from left, who was captured, voluntarily joined the Vlasov army. Accordingly, after the war he had been shot.

Bychkov, second from left, who was captured, voluntarily joined the Vlasov army.

A World War II Soviet military recruitment poster by Irakly Toidze featuring Mother Russia holding out the Red Army Oath of Allegiance, 1941. The text reads: 'The Motherland Is Calling'. Laski Diffusion/Getty Images)

A World War II Soviet military recruitment poster by Irakly Toidze featuring Mother Russia holding out the Red Army Oath of Allegiance, The text reads: 'The Motherland Is Calling'.

Funny Pictures Of The Day – 75 Pics (my guinea pigs and hamster look the same but the hamster looks more terrifying)

Funny pictures about Harbingers of destruction. Oh, and cool pics about Harbingers of destruction. Also, Harbingers of destruction.

Iralki Toidze, The Motherland calls

The Motherland Calls – poster from World War II, artist Irakli Toidze, June 1941

General Raheel Sharif, Chief of Army Staff visited Hyderabad Garrison today. He met with officers, troops and veterans of the formation and Sind Regimental Centre. COAS appreciated the formation for their performance in Ops and security and reiterated that Pakistan Army will always respond to the call of the nation and come upto their expectation, may it be for defence of the motherland or during natural calamities. General Raheel Sharif also visited Sindh Regimental Centre,

Army will always respond to nation’s call, says Gen Raheel

Part II. Stalingrad (Aug. 21, 1942 - Jan. 31, 1943) The Russians stopped General der Panzergruppen Friedrich Paulus and the German Sixth Army. The Germans lost 140,000 troops; 91,000 taken prisoner, of which only 6,000 survived Soviet captivity. Outside the pocket a further 100,000 were killed and wounded.

'The Motherland Calls' statue in Volvograd, Russia.

"The Motherland Is Calling," says a World War II Soviet military recruitment poster by Irakly Toidze featuring Mother Russia holding out the Red Army Oath of Allegiance in 1941. Photo by Laski Diffusion/Getty Images

"The Motherland Is Calling," says a World War II Soviet military recruitment poster by Irakly Toidze featuring Mother Russia holding out the Red Army Oath of Allegiance in 1941. Photo by Laski Diffusion/Getty Images

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