Call of DutyEdit

There is a Soviet campaign in Call of Duty. In Call of Duty the player takes control of Alexei Ivanovich Voronin of the 13th Guards Rifle Division in the battle of Stalingrad. He fights in underground sewers and the Battle for Pavlov's House.

Voronin later takes control of a tank in the takeover of Poland.

Finally, Voronin joins the Battle for Berlin, where the rising of the Soviet Flag over the Reichstag takes place.

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Red Army soldiers enter the city of Stalingrad.

Call of Duty: Finest HourEdit

During the first campaign of single-player, the story follows Soviet soldiers fighting against the invading forces of Nazi Germany.

Call of Duty 2Edit

The first mission of the game puts the player in control of Vasili Ivanovich Koslov of the Red Army. In this mission, Commissar Letlev will train Vasili in the art of marksmanship. This mission takes place during the Battle of Moscow, and after his basic training, Vasili himself takes part in the skirmish. After this mission, Vasili takes place in house to house fighting in Stalingrad. He aids the Red Army in repairing telephone wires, taking back a heavily disputed train yard and ultimately taking the town hall.

Call of Duty: WWIIEdit

The multiplayer map "Gustav Cannon" is set in Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula. Soviet soldiers can also be playable in the multiplayer via uniform selection if the player is on the Allied Powers team.

World War II era Weapons and Vehicles, made and used Edit


Submachine Guns:

Machine Guns:



Rocket launchers/Anti-tank weapons:


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