Great Patriotic Wars of Russia in Coins
Great Patriotic Wars of Russia in Coins

1. Field Marshal Kutuzov reviews the troops
“200 years Patriotic War of 1812"
2. WWII Poster-“ Mercilessly Annihilate the fascist saboteur”
3. Napoleon by David
4. Alexander I 1801-1825
came to throne after father’s murder (Paul), age 25,admired by Jefferson. Holy Alliance
5. 2 ruble coins
6. Field Marshal Prince Mikhail I. Golenishchev-Kutuzov - Catherine– battle of Borodino, over all commander
7. 2 ruble coin
8. Field Marshal Prince Michael A, Barclay de Tolly, Minister of War, General of First Army of the West, proposed
scorched earth policy.
9. 2 ruble coins
10. Field Marshal Count Peter Furst zu Sayn-Wittgenstein–  savior of
St. Petersburg, commanded Battles of Polotsk, succeeded Kutuzov (1813)
11. 2 rouble coin
12. Cavalry General Count Levin A. von Bennigsen- at Borodino, Commander Battle of Tarutino
13. 2 rouble coin
14. Cavalry General Nikolai N. Rajewski- Danish/Polish- 7th Infantry Corps, key to Battle of Smolensk, right wing
Battle of Borodino
15. 2 rouble coin
16. Cavalry General Count Matvei I. Platov– Cossack Corps- Borodino, Smolensk, Leipzig
17. 2 rouble coins
18. Infantry General Prince Pyotr I. Bagration (Georgian) commander 2nd Army of the West, left wing battle of
Borodino and died,
19. 2 rouble coin.
20. Infantry General Dmitri S. Dokhturov–commanded the center at Battle of Borodino.
21. 2 rouble coin.
22. Infantry General Aleksey P. Yermolov–Battle Smolensk, Borodino, Maloyaroslavets, Berezina, Kulm (commanded
artillery), Lutzen
23. 2 rouble coin.
24. Infantry General Count Mikhail A. Miloradovich (Serb) Battles Borodino, Tarutino, Vyazma, Kul, Leipzig, Paris–
most decorated officer, died in Decembrist Revolt (1825-gov. St. Petersburg)
25. 2 rouble coins.
26. Infantry General Count Alexander I. Ostermann-Tolstoy- Commander 4th Army Corps, Battles Kulm, Dresden,
Lepzig.
27. 2 rouble coin
28. Major General Count Alexander I. Kutsaiov, Chief of Artillery, 1st Western Army, Battle Smolensk, Borodino
(killed)
29. 2 rouble coin
30. Lieutenant General Denis V. Davidov–Hussar Commander, guerilla fighter, poet
31. 2 rouble coin
32. Staff-Captain Nadezhda A. Durova female staff officer of Kutuzov, battles of Smolensk and Borodino.
33. 2 rouble coin
34. Vasilisa Kozhina, guerrilla organizer– teenagers and women captured retreating French troops.
35. 2 rouble coin
36. Postage stamp with emblem of War of 1812- “200th year of victory on the Patriotic War of 1812
37. 2 rouble coin
38. Reverse 2 rouble coins, 2012 “Bank Russia”
39. 10-5 rouble coins, battle monuments coins
40. Smolensk Battle painting- 1st major battle, Napoleon takes Smolensk  from retreating Barclay de Tolly.
41. Smolensk monument
42. 5 rouble coin
43. Battle of Borodino– Bloodiest Battle, 250,000 troops, 70,000 dead. 1/3 Napoleon’s troops, up to half of Russian
dead, Russian withdrew. Painting French side.
44. Borodino painting blessing of Russian troops.
45. Borodino monument
46. 5 rouble coin.
47. Battle of Tarutino painting– Bennigsen, Ostermann-Tolstoy, and Miloradovich defeat French troops, capturing
many cannon after  Moscow        48. Tarutino monument
49. 5 ruble coin
50. Maloyaroslavets Battle painting-
Dokhturov turn French troops leaving Moscow due West instead of SW.
51. Maloyaroslavets monument
52. 5 ruble coin
53. Vyazma Battle painting-
Miloradovich attacks French troops leaving Moscow SW towards the scorched earth Smolensk road, stretching the
retreating trops 60 miles.
Vyazma monument.
54. 5 rouble coin.
55. Krasnoe Battle painting-
Kutuzov, Davidov, Miloradovich, and Bennigsen, Platov attack retreating the remaining 40% French troops retreating
from Smolensk stretched out 40 miles
56. Krasnoe monument
57. 5 rouble coin
58. Berezina Battle painting-
As retreating French troops cross the Berezina River Kutuzov and Wittgenstein attack.
59. Berezina monument
60. 5 rouble coin
61. Kulm Battle painting-
Barclay de Tolly, Witgenstein, and Ostermann Tolstoy defeat French forces driving them out of Germany.
62. Kulm monument
63. 5 rouble coin
64. Battle of Leipzig painting-
Largest battle in Europe before WWI.
600,000 troops. Alexander I, Barclay de Tolly, and Bennigsen surround and defeat Napoleon ’s army with help of
Austria, Prussia, and Sweden. 100,000 die, French armies return to France.
65 Leipzig monument.
66. 5 rouble coin
67. 2012 Russian Reenactment of March from Moscow to Paris.
68. 5 rouble Capture of Paris
69. 5 rouble reverse
70. Moscow Triumphal Arch 1812-
“200 years of Russian Glory”
71. 1812 Arch Moscow
72. 10 rouble coin
73. Operation Barbarosa map
74. WWII Russian poster-
“Our health in desperate times relies on us as the decedents of Alexander Nevsky, grandchildren of Surovov, and
children of Chapaev”
75. Russian war prisoners pass German soldier-Operation Barbarosa
76. Berlin Soldier monument
77. Detail
78. 20th anniversary Berlin Soldier
89. 1 rouble reverse 1965
90. Victory Monument Moscow
91. 30th anniversary coin-1975
92. WWII Service medal
93. 40th anniversary coin -1985
94. Marshal Georgy K. Zhukov-45th anniversary-1990-commander of Russian Armier WWII
95. 1 ruble coin
96. Reverse 1 rouble
   97. Set of 50th Anniversary WWII coins starting 1991.
98. Allied Convoys to Russia WWII poster
99. 3 ruble coin Northern Convoys
100. Russian Republic (1992) reverse. 101. Leningrad Defense poster-
“Everything for he defense of Leningrad” million and half died, most destructive siege in history
102. Blockade of Leningrad monument
103. 3 ruble coin.
104. Commonwealth of Independent States Reverse-1994
105. Defense of Moscow painting-got within 13 miles
106. 3 ruble coin
107. Soviet Union reverse 1991
108. Battle of Stalingrad- 2 million died of the 30-40 million Russians (70 million died in WWII) The decisive battle of
WWII over 21 weeks of fighting.
109. 3 rouble coin
110. Commonwealth of Independent States Reverse-1994
111. Battle of Kursk painting-
Largest tank and plane battle in Hx- last large German blitzkrieg.
112, 3 rouble coin
113. Memorial Kiev Liberation-
114. 3 rouble coin
115. Russian poster-Libeation of Sevastopol- “Our holy obligation is to reach a helping hand to the brotherly peoples of
Western Ukraine and Western Belorussia.”
116. 3 rouble coin
117. Opening 2nd Front (Normandy)-Allied Invasion in France June 1944 pic
118. 3 rouble coin
119. Russian partisans pic- 550,000 Russian partisans disrupted German communications and supplies
120. 3 rouble coins
121. Liberation of Belgrade-pic
122. 3 roubel coin-“Freeing Europe from Fascism” Belgrade
123. Liberation of Warsaw-pic
123 3 rouble coin Capture of Koningberg (Kalingrad, Lithuania) pic
124. Monument in Kalingrad
125. 3 rouble coin
126. Liberation of Budapest-pic
127. 3 rouble coin-
128. Capture of Vienna-
129. 3 rouble coin.
130. Soviets burn Reichsteig painting-capture of Berlin
131. 3 rouble coin
132. German surrender pic
133. 3 rouble coin
134. Liberation of Prague–after Germans surrender-pic
135. 3 rouble coin
136. Japanese surrender (Manchuria)
137. 3 rouble coin.
138. Japanese Surrender (Japan)-pic
139. 3 rouble coin.
140. Meeting on the Elbe-Russian and America-pic
141. 3 rouble coin
142. Nuremberg Trials
143. 3 rouble coin
144. 1995-50th anniversary-Infantry officer
145. 5 rouble reverse
146. 50th-munition workers
147.10 rouble reverse
148. 50th-Infantry and tank
149. 20 roubel reverse
150. 50th-infantry and plane
151. 50 rouble reverse
152. 50th-Berlin Soldier monument
153. 100 rouble reverse
154. 2000-55th-Tula-city that stopped German advance to Moscow pic
155. 55th 2 roubl e coin-howitzer
156. Stalingrad pic
157. 55th 2 ruble coin Soldiers at Stalingrad
158. Smolensk rockets
159. 55th 2 ruble coin
160. Murmansk supply lines-painting
161. 55th ships off Murmansk 2 rpuble coin
162 Defense of Moscow  reenactment
163. 55th-2 rouble coin
164.Leningrad Blockade-pic
165. 55th-2 rouble coin, supply trucks
166. Novorossik sailors fight painting
167. 55th-2 rouble coin
168. Reverse
169. 55th-Infantry Officer-bimetal
170. 10 rouble reverse-2000
171. 2005-60th Eternal Flame, Moscow
“No one forgotten, nothing forgotten)
172. 55th Bimetal coins
173. 10 rouble reverse-2000
174. WWII Service medal
175. 65th 10 rouble coin
176. 2011-12 set-Cities of Military Glory
177. Belgorod

178. Kursk
179. Orel
180. Vladikavkaz
181. Malgobek
182. Rzhev
183. Yelets
184. Polyarnyi
185. Yelnya
186. Dmitrov
187. Great Novgorod
188. Great Luki
189. Tuapse
190. Rostov-on-the- Don
191. Luga