Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 15 No 4

AI'TER A GERMAN ROUT Tula, on the southern line of the German advance towards Moscow, was retaken by the Soviet troops, whose counter-attacks led up to a Nazi rout. Soviet infantry are seen examining equipment discarded by the German troops as thev fled. ABANDONED TROOP-CARRIER North of Moscow, at Kalinin, the German armies fared no better than south of it, for they were forced to retire so rapidly that thev left behind transport aircraft used in carrvinsr reinforcements to threatened positions. REMINDER O F 1914-1918 Soviet infantry going over the top. Trench warfare was a marked characteristic ot the last war, and in this one, although not so frequently, both German and Soviet troops have at times found it convenient to dig in. 74l
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