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Invasion of Normandy, D-Day, 1944

Battle of Normandy, June On D-Day, Operation Overlord launches the invasion of German-occupied western Europe. Tank landing ships unload supplies on Omaha Beach, building up for the breakout from Normandy.

"Gustav Gun" built in Essen, Germany in 1941. The strategic weapon of its day, the Gustav Gun was built at the direct order of Adolf Hitler for the express purpose of crushing Maginot Line forts protecting the French frontier. To accomplish this, Krupp designed a giant railway gun weighing 1344 tons with a bore diameter of 800 mm (31.5") and served by a 500 man crew commanded by a major-general.

Railway Gun Leopold This gun was captured in Italy after it, and a second gun ("Robert"), had been firing on the Anzio beach head. The Germans built 25 units by the end of WWII.

Soldados alemanes mataron en la Batalla de Moscú. Diciembre de 1941

German soldiers killed in the Battle of Moscow. at Nuremburg a leading Nazi general was asked when did he think that the fight for the SU was lost. He answered "with the retreat from Moscow in December

A Soviet soldier with the head of a statue of Hitler, Berlin, 1945 [540x800] ¿Cuando perdio la cabeza el Sr. Hitler?. Este feliz ruso la encontro, ¿Aun no se dio cuenta de que es infecta?.

soviet soldier carrying the head of a statue of hitler, berlin photograph by soviet war photographer yevgeny khaldei. Soviet soldier carrying the head of a statue of Hitler, Berlin Photograph by Soviet war photographer Yevgeny Khaldei.

The Way to the Front - Erster Weltkrieg – Wikipedia

Lives of the First World War 97 years ago today, Allied forces capture the village of Passchendaele, helping bring Battle of Ypres to an end.

Flak Greetings Over Bremen, Germany. Bill Washburn took this photo from the right waist gunner position in his Consolidated B-24-J Liberator heavy bomber in January 1945 over Bremen. Flak is seen bursting on the left side of the photo as bombers release their payloads. The two smoke trails on the right are from the special bombs dropped by the lead aircraft so that trailing bomb groups could toggle their bombs on the target area.

Flak Greetings Over Bremen Germany Bill Washburn took this photo from the right waist gunner position in his Consolidated Liberator heavy bomber in January 1945 over Bremen Germany.