For the Record: History of Great Victory, Part 5
Fifth part of the Wargaming series with Russian veteran memories about the Second World War. This time with former navigator of the Pe-2 plane, Galina Pavlovna Brok-Belcova, who recalls how because of the issues with one of the engines on its way to its target, her bomber stayed behind the formation, was left without fighter cover and was attacked by German Focke-Wulf fighters. English subtitles are available. * * Galina Pavlovna Brok-Belcova took part in WW2 as a Pe-2 bomber navigator, serving in 125th Guard Bomber Air Regiment (holder of the order of Suvorov and the order of Kutuzov). She flew 36 sorties, took part in the Operation Bagration to liberate Belarus from German fascist invaders. She was awarded with the Order of the Red Star, Order of the Patriotic War 1st and 2nd Class and is a honorary member of the Soviet woman air pilots club.