World War II Footage of Soviet BM-13 Katyusha Barrage

World War II Footage of Soviet BM-13 Katyusha Barrage

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 Soviets unleashed a barrage of hundreds of Katyushas from BM-13 rocket launchers. Granted, this is a vintage video so audio quality isn’t be the same as in the 2013 footage from Finland, but still the horror death dealing Katyushas cannot be denied:

For comparison, here’s a video of Russia’s modern rocket artillery. The video is from September 17, 2012 and was broadcast by Russia’s TV Zvezda from firing range Kapustin Yar in the Astrakhan region. The video shows simultaneous volley of Iskander-M, Tochka-U and multiple rocket launchers Smerch. It’s gonna be interesting if shit hits the fan cause we’re not gonna have trench warfare like in WWI or firebombing like in WWII. Many a small men have big weapons now:

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16 thoughts on “World War II Footage of Soviet BM-13 Katyusha Barrage”

  1. “Zvezda” (which means Star) TV channel was the favorite channel of my grandfather-in-law who died a few years ago at a very old age. He went through the WW2, fought in the Finnish front. The channel is not so popular among population, and youth in particular of course, but is really good and shows WW2 related documentaries, movies, intervies, analytics etc.

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