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City during Nazi occupation in World War II. Hospital, courtyard. German graves. Photo ca. 1942.

City during Nazi occupation in World War II. Hospital.  Photo ca. 1942.

City during Nazi occupation in World War II. German soldiers, fixing a lorry. Photo ca. 1942.

Local women on icy river. Winter 1941-42.

Local women on icy river. Winter 1941-42.

View along Petrovsky Street (улица Петровского) toward St. Nicholas Church (Никольская церковь). Winter 1941-42.

Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral (Спасо-Преображенский собор), part of the monastery. Was turned into a POW camp by the Germans in World War II. Destroyed by the Germans during their retreat in late 1943. Western façade. Photo winter 1941-42.

Hospital during World War II. During Soviet era: laboratory building is on the left; children’s wing is on the right; main building is on the background . Photo winter 1941-42

Outpatient clinic (поликлиника); distillery before 1917. Photo winter 1941-42.

 

Hospital during World War II. During Soviet era: administration and children’s wing.  Photo winter 1941-42.

Part of the town near hospital. German officers and doctors were stationed there during World War II in 1941-43.

Spaso-Preobrazhensky monastery (Спасо-Преображенский монастырь). Was turned into a POW camp by the Germans in World War II.  Walls and North tower. Small building on the right was a laundry and a bath-house of the old age home in the 1960-70s.  Photo winter 1941-42.

Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery (Спасо-Преображенский монастырь). Winter 1941-42.

Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral (Спасо-Преображенский собор), part of the monastery. Was turned into a POW camp by the Germans in World War II. Stables. Photo winter 1941-42.

Corner of the hospital building. Winter 1941-42.

Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery (Спасо-Преображенский монастырь). Winter 1941-42.

View at Sobornaya (Соборная) Street, later Uralova (Уралова) and Uspensky Orthodox Cathedral (Успенский собор). Photo winter 1941-42..

Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery (Спасо-Преображенский монастырь). Winter 1941-42.

Area of the German hospital during World War II, burial place of German soldiers;  destroyed by the Soviets after the war.  Photo winter 1941-42.

View toward Gymnasium No. 1 ((Гимназия No 1), was used as German hospital during World War II. German army cemetery located here was destroyed by the Soviets after the war. Photo winter 1941-42.

Part of the town near hospital. German officers and doctors were stationed there during World War II in 1941-43.

Part of the town near hospital. German officers and doctors were stationed there during World War II in 1941-43.

Muddy street in front the German military hospital in World War II; later Secondary School No. 1. Photo spring 1942.

 
         
         

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