Friday, May 12, 2017

WW1 and WW2 as seen today

1911 Engine without fire, with stored steam

ww1 and ww2
,,CFR steam engine no. 230039 exhibited in the Sinaia railway station. The 230 series were steam engines used for pulling passenger trains.,,
(the text from Transportul feroviar din Romania)

Russian cemetery in Romania, Iasi county
ww1 and ww2 era
,,Eternal glory to the Soviet army that liberated Romania from the yoke of fascist invaders,,
1944 - 1945

Romanians cemetery for ww2 soldiers, in Romania, Iasi county
1941 - 1945
57 mm anti-tank gun M1943 ZiS-2
The diferences between ZiS-2 and ZiS-3 are:
ZiS-2 has a longer barrel and is without the muzzle brake and has a foldable shield
ZiS-3 has a noticeable shorter barrel with a muzzle brake and does not have a foldable shield

Romania, Busteni mountain town, Prahova county
ww1 1908 building
(The inscription - ,,Closed entrance,,)

Romania, Busteni mountain town, Prahova county
ww1 1928 building

                                                                    Romania, Busteni mountain town, Prahova county
Constantin Mușat
(google translate from romanian language)
Constantin Musat was a hero who was wonded and left without a arm. He fought later with one arm as a grenadier.

,,Constantin Muşat ( September 10 , 1890 , Domneşti village, today in Clinceni commune , Ilfov County - d. August 13, 1917 , Oituz area) was a Romanian military, World War I hero, fallen on the battlefield in The third battle of Oituz.,,

Romania, Vatra Dornei



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