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A German Fallschirmjäger poses with his early model FG 42 (Ausführung "C") in France, 1944.

A German Fallschirmjäger (paratrooper) poses with his early model FG 42 (Ausführung “C”) during the Battle for Caen. Near Caen, Calvados, Lower Normandy, France. 21 June Image taken by Wolfgang Vennemann.

LOL..World War 2 poster:

The 12 Best World War II STD Posters

Booby Trap, 1940 During World War II, blame generally shifted from men to women in public health posters. STDs were depicted as loose and seductive female villains.

German paratroopers in action with MG-42

A German paratrooper firing a The standing position was not normally used with this hi-powered weapon. I'm sure the woods & surrounding terrain warranted it in this

German mortar team, Cassino, Italy, 1943-1944 Photographer	   	Lüthge Source	   	German Federal Archive

[Photo] German mortar team, Cassino, Italy, 1943-1944

vintage paratroopers in airplane getting ready to jump

10 Overlooked Truths About Action

vintage paratroopers in airplane getting ready to jump

Fallschirmjager - Ardennes, December 1944.

Paratrooper`s - mounted a tank - during the Battle of the Bulge . The Tiger II " 222 " - of schwere SS Panzer-Abteilung 501 ( heavy SS tank battalion 501 ) - Kaiserbaracke

Guns are for people who lack imagination.

Apparently part of being an unkillable death machine requires having a manly 'stache.

July, 7 1944: Dazed German prisoners put their belongings into white sacks after being captured by American troops during the Allied push through Normandy following the D-Day invasion

Dazed German prisoners puts his belongings into a white sack after being captured by American, St. Georges D'Elle, Normandy, France, by Frank Scherschel 1944

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Luftwaffe fallschirmjäger (paratrooper) that has served in Africa and Crete. His awards include a hitler youth proficiency badge, wound badge in black, ground assault badge and a paratrooper badge and an Iron Cross first class.

Two Gebirgsjägers (mountain infantry) manning an MG-34 machine gun. An entire corps was formed in Norway by 1941. Its divisions were lightly equipped, with much of the transport provided by mules. These mountain infantry were equipped with fewer automatic weapons than regular infantry, however the MG 34 or MG 42 machine gunners were provided with more ammunition than their regular infantry counterparts. These units were trained not only as light infantry. Their training differed to most…

Two Gebirgsjägers (mountain infantry) manning an machine gun. An entire corps was formed in N - worldwarincolor

SS Officer Being Searched by an American Miltary Policeman, Normandy, 1944 (Robert Capa)

SS Officer Being Searched by an American Miltary Policeman, Normandy, 1944 (Robert Capa) Impossible de mettre du Capa sans soldats!

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