Today is March 24, a month since Russia declared war on Ukraine, calling it a military operation. For a month now, their troops have been shelling Ukrainian.
Today is March 24, a month since Russia declared war on Ukraine, calling it a "military operation." For a month now, their troops have been shelling Ukrainian cities, destroying entire residential areas, and killing civilians. But Russia will face large-scale opposition on all fronts — military, diplomatic, economic, and informational. No one greets the invaders with flowers, Ukrainians do not surrender and do not retreat. The footage of the atrocities of the Russian military is forever reflected not only in the memory of Ukrainians, but also in photographs. We made a selection of photos that illustrate the horrors of war.
The maternity hospital and the children's hospital in Mariupol were shelled on March 9. Then three people died, including a child, 17 people were injured. One of the photos taken at the site of the shelling shows a pregnant woman lying on a stretcher. This footage was published by many world media. This pregnant woman in the photo did not survive, and neither did her baby.
A Ukrainian soldier carries a child across a destroyed bridge
On the morning of March 1, the Russian military launched a missile attack on Kharkiv's Central Square — Freedom Square, where the city's main administrative building is located.
Consequences of a rocket attack on the center of Kharkiv / photo by Pavel Dorogoy
Residents of Irpen, which suffered large-scale airstrikes by Russian military aircraft, are leaving the destroyed city.
Evacuation from Irpin
As a result of artillery shelling in the center of Kyiv, the "Okhmatdyt" children's hospital reported 1 dead child, and two children and two adults were injured.
A boy on a swing in front of a damaged residential building that was hit by a rocket on February 25, 2022 in Kyiv.
A boy on a swing in front of a destroyed house / photo by Chris McGrath / Getty Images
School after rocket fire / photo Wolfgang Schwan / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
On March 1, a high school building was damaged in Vasylkiv (Kyiv region) after Russian rocket fire.
Life in the Kharkiv metro / photo by Pavel Dorogoi
Photographer Pavlo Doroghy published pictures of the Kharkiv subway, which has turned into the city's largest bomb shelter. People take turns sleeping under a pile of blankets and have time to do their own things: read, do manicures, knit.
A girl rescued dogs with disabilities from a broken Irpin / photo by Christopher Occhicone
A woman near Irpen (Kyiv region) is trying to rescue disabled dogs from a shelter and deliver them to a safe place.
A destroyed kindergarten in Chernihiv
Russian troops shelled a kindergarten in Chernihiv. There was a fire in the building, the windows were broken and the walls were destroyed.
On March 18, the Russian invaders attacked the barracks of the 79th Separate Airborne Assault Brigade in Mykolaiv. They did not have time to warn about the attack, because it took place from a very close distance from the territory of the Kherson region.
Consequences of the attack on the barracks of the 79th Separate Assault Brigade in Mykolaiv
In fact, there are hundreds of such photos and, unfortunately, there may be even more of them. All of them convey the horror, pain and suffering of the Ukrainian people. Behind each of the photos there is a story - sad, tragic, heroic. Ukraine will never forget this war, aggression and terror of the people.
From NikopolCity | Photo by Timothy Fadek