Ten miles north Keiv, the German Wehermact troops surrounded a village near Keiv. German commander Ben Wolstien was a happy man. He had almost got hold of an important city of the Soviet Union. All the soldiers were happy. Private schmidt and his gang were celebrating with schnapps and sausages.
Finally before going into Kiev, commander Ben gave a motivational speech to the soldiers, “Our dream to conquer Keiv is one step away, so lets give our hearts and defeat Andrei Rusov, Heil Hitler!”. All clapped and 270 fritz soldiers and 20 tiger tanks moved towards Keiv.
To reach Keiv, they had to cross the bridge over river Lviv. On the other side was the small but battle hardened red army of Soviet troops.
The Soviet commander major Rusov knew that against the mighty Germans and their panzers they did not stand any chance. So the Soviets devised a plan. Just before Kiev there was bridge on the small river Lviv. They planned to let full body of the German army through the bridge and then blast their dear Lviv’s bridge. As a result the German supplies would stop and they can counter attack.
Many of the soviet troops did not agree with the plan. Second-in command Mario Petrov said, “This is idiotic, we cannot blast our own lifeline.”
All agreed. Then commander Rusov spoke, “It’s the call of duty that asks us to blast the bridge so that we can save our motherland, so shouldn’t we go ahead. A wave of patriotism rose as all agreed and started to execute the plan. Privates Pavolov and Sokolov set the bomb under the bridge and the Soviets moved out.
“Looks like the soviets have surrendered, so why to wait. Let us move in, Heil Hitler!!”
Slowly some German troops started to move but suddenly the bridge exploded which eventually wrecked the German army. “It was a trick, it was a trick,” said Ben in fury. But it was too late the Soviets were ready and fell on the Germans like wounded tigers.
“Finish the fritz,” said sergeant Vassilev. Finally the battle ended in the favour of the soviets as they almost killed the entire the German army. Few who were left alive surrendered shamefully.