12 plates with original photographs of Ukrainian and Russian partisan fighters, from the exhibition "Partisans from Ukraine in the Struggle Against the Invaders the German - Fascists". Ukraine, mid-1940s.
The plates show:
A young partisan fighter named Beloba from Anisky Myalovich's partisan unit who blew up 20 Nazi trains.
The boy Valentin Mishchylov - an underground partisan fighter in Ukraine.
Partisans who arrived at the site of the Babi Yar massacre standing by a mass grave of Jews murdered by the Nazis in the September 1941 massacre.
Commander of the Zhytomyr partisan unit - a photo taken in the forest.
A group photo of partisans in Ukraine. In front are seen JAN NALEPKO and the commander of the Zhytomyr partisan unit.
Secretary of the Central Committee of the Ukrainian Partisans in a meeting with the command of the partisans in the northern districts of Zhytomyr. The names of all those photographed appear on the back of the plate.
A photo of partisans from Rovno and Ukraine on parade in the forest under the command of BEGMA.
A photo of the officers of the 101st Slovak battalion who defected to the partisans from SOBUROV.
A photo of the commander of the Ukrainian partisan unit BEGMA and another soldier.
A photo of the partisan fighter IVAN GAVRILY.
NOSAKOV VANYA a partisan member of the STALINO underground organization in DONETSK.
A photo of the grave of the commander of the KLOCHKO partisan division in the Dnipro region.
On each plate an original partisan photo is glued on the right, on the left his name and detailed description of the scene photographed and additional details in handwriting. Each plate has a printed Russian title: "From the exhibition Partisans from Ukraine in the Struggle Against the Invaders the German - Fascists".
12 plates same size: 28x21 cm. Photos 11x9 cm on average. A tear runs through the plates from top to bottom with almost no text damage, glued on the back and reinforced with a stiff strip along the length of each plate.