I’ve recently posted a video of what it sounds like to be in the middle of an artillery barrage. Now I would like to share this historical World War II footage of what it sounded (and looked) like when the … Continue reading →
Did you know that the concept of “The Final Solution” of extermination so vehemently forced into our minds by the Jewish propagandists was not proposed by a German Nazi, but rather by a Jew? In 1940, long before the beginning … Continue reading →
While there are countless testimonies of honest Jews and other survivors of German labor camps, they don’t play along with the official Holocaust story and are therefore forbidden from widespread coverage or any form of publication. What does get a … Continue reading →
You have got to feel sorry for the Afghanis. Always some big bully nation turns up to beat on them and exploit them so they’ve known nothing but war for decades to no end, yet they still continue resisting the … Continue reading →
The Battle of Kursk is one of two most famous World War II battles of the Eastern Front, the other one being the Battle of Stalingrad. Unfortunately, just as is the case with much of what happened during WWII, the … Continue reading →
On 26th April 1986, Chernobyl Nuclear Plant, located near the town of Prypiat suffered from a nuclear accident during a systems test. It is considered the worst nuclear power plant accident in history, and is one of only two classified … Continue reading →
This video expands on previously posted photos and video of the Katyn Forest Massacre. It also expands on the propaganda collection of lies presented by high ranking US military officials in the Nazi Concentration Camps Film. Titled The Truth Behind … Continue reading →
The Katyn Massacre was a mass execution of about 22,000 Polish leaders, officers, policemen, business owners, lawyers and priests by the Soviet secret police (also known as NKVD – People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs) in the Katyn Forest in April … Continue reading →
Five Hurricane and two P-40 fighter planes took off from the military base in Chupa, Karelian Republic to fly a mission. WWII was well underway, the Germans were closing in as most of Eastern Europe was looking east to Soviet Russia to help defeat the aggressor. One of the Hurricanes was piloted by 22 year old sergeant Boris Aleksandrovich Lazarev of the 760th IAP.
Soviet planes were encountered near the area of Polyarnyi Krug railway station by a squad of five Bf109G fighters lead by German pilot Oberfeldwebel Rudolf Muller. Sergeant Boris Aleksandrovich Lazarev shot one of the German planes down but was subsequently hit himself crushing down into a swamp below.
During the fight, German pilot Oberfeldwebel Rudolf Muller shot down two Russian planes, including the one piloted by Boris Aleksandrovich Lazarev. Muller’s plane was shot down too, but he survived, was captured and taken to a Soviet POW camp where he was held captive until October, 21st 1943 when he was shot dead during an attempt to escape.
It appears that Boris Aleksandrovich Lazarev attempted to jump from the falling plane but was too low and didn’t have enough time to unfasten his belts. His hurricane crashed into a swamp, killing the pilot by smashing him against the dashboard. He was only 22 years old. His body was buried in the town not far from the crash.
Old IDs Used During WWII in Soviet Russia
The Remains of the Hurricanes Piloted by Sergeant Boris Aleksandrovich Lazarev
In Soviet Russia, The Plane Jets You
22 Year Old Sergeant Boris Aleksandrovich Lazarev Post Mortem Photo
Reaching Up for the Blue Clouds
Awkward Death Pose of Sergeant Boris Aleksandrovich Lazarev
Watch this full feature documentary titled Executions which was filmed in 1995 and delivers exactly what its title suggests – videos of executions. The documentary offers an objective look at death penalty and state sponsored killing throughout different countries around … Continue reading →