Russo-Finnish War; Germans advance to Russia
Russian air raids on Finland during Russo-Finnish War 1939-1940 and subsequent advance into Finland from Norway. German troops advance to Kaunas, Lithuania from Prussia with tanks and artillery. Russian prisoners are questioned. German troops cross river in steamboat and receive flowers from civilians. German troops move to Dunaburg, Latvia; Russian prisoners, including a woman soldier, are taken in street fighting. Cavalry and artillery advance and blast Russian strong point: prisoners are taken. Dead Russian crewmen lay beside wrecked tanks and vehicles near Bialystok, Poland. German motorized column crosses pontoon bridge, shell Russians and capture prisoners. Tanks advance through blazing village followed by cavalry; infantry fires. Russian prisoners are marched to rear. Russian bunker is shelled.
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