June 22, 1940, during World War II, Adolf Hitler gained a stunning victory as France was forced to sign an armistice eight days after German forces overran Paris.

June during World War II, Adolf Hitler gained a stunning victory as France was forced to sign an armistice eight days after German forces overran Paris.

Helmuth Hübener (8 January 1925 - 27 October 1942) was one of the youngest opponents to the Third Reich to be sentenced to death and executed. He lived in Hamburg, Germany, and joined the Hitler Youth but after Kristallnacht he started questioning the Nazi party, and left.   He started making anti-Nazi pamphlets.  On the 5 February 1942 he was arrested by Gestapo, sentenced to death on the 11 August and beheaded by guillotine on  the 27 October.

Helmuth Hübener January 1925 - 27 October was sentenced to death and for making anti-Nazi pamphlets. On the 5 February 1942 he was arrested by Gestapo, sentenced to death on 11 August and beheaded by guillotine on 27 October.

Destruction of Caen, France WWII

Caen was so destroyed by the constant fighting bombing between Germany the Allied forces, it was questioned investigated; Later changing new rules of warfare.

1941, France, Paris, Un officier allemand et un policier français se saluent devant l'Arc de Triomphe

Occupied Paris- a French policeman salutes a German officer in the shadow of the Arc de Triomphe.

Allied (British, American, Soviet) soldiers mock Hitler atop his balcony at the Reich Chancellery, 1945.

Allied (British, American, Soviet) soldiers mock Hitler atop his balcony at the Reich Chancellery, 1945.

Allemagne: Exposition Internationale Paris, 1937 [Germany: Paris International Exposition, 1937]

This is the poster for the German Pavilion designed and lit by Albert Speer for the 1937 Paris International Exposition, topped by a prominent Nazi eagle.

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The French declared war on Germany and started it, the Germans finished it in record time, fighting several nations at once to do it!

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | 'La Baïonnette.' Tous les jeudis. Bas les masques? . . . Violá!.

La Baionnette, a weekly satirical journal for French soldiers at the front. The cover shows a skeleton in a German military uniform holding a mask of Kaiser Wilhelm. The text reads Bas les masques?

Soldaten of the Luftwaffe Feld Divisionen pushing a Flugabwehrkanone 30 (Flak while en-route to the Caen sector to help relieve the SS Hitlerjugend around 25 June Of note is the dead British paratrooper in the foreground.

Cartel de propaganda Francés - French propaganda poster - Segunda guerra mundial - Second World War - WWII

Cartel de propaganda Francés - French propaganda poster - Segunda guerra mundial - Second World War - WWII - pin by Paolo Marzioli

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