A German Wehrmacht soldier sits atop an apartment with his trusty canine companion while stationed in German-occupied Paris, France.
German "Jagdpanzer IV Jagdtiger" or "Tank Destroyer Hunting Tiger". Easily the strongest tank in WWII
42 images of the Battle of the Bulge that MAY be new to you - part 1 - Page 4 of 4
An American medic transports the wounded in the Ardennes, (LIFE). The sight of medics pulling wounded men across frozen fields was far too common at the Battle of the Bulge. The Allies suffered casualties. Of those, were American dead.
John Florea—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images American GI's chop a foxhole in the frozen ground by a haystack during the Battle of the Bulge. The machine gun was set up in preparation for a German counterattack, expected at any moment.
German messenger in wet trench, Eastern Front.
The Sdkfz 186 Jagdtiger, official German designation Panzerjäger Tiger Ausf. B, is the common name of a heavy tank destroyer of the German forces during
German troops get time for a break on the retreat from Leningrad, January
Norwegians volunteers from Regiment Nordland practice with a MG 34 machine gun. Germany, 1941