When the Red Army marched on Berlin and defeated Nazi Germany, it marked the Second World War. More than two million Soviet soldiers came to Berlin to battle on the German capital streets, and more than 80,000 men died fighting fascism. Promptly after the way, three large Soviet memorials were built in Berlin.
Hidden along the streets of Alt-Hohenschönhausen there is a memorial that seems to be long forgotten by people. This Soviet War Memorial is a grim reminder of the pain and struggles that the Red Army went through when it liberated Berlin from Nazism.