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Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 653

The Fallen, 9,000 Human Figures Drawn on Normandy Beach to Commemorate D-Day Dead

The Fallen, 9,000 Human Figures Drawn on Normandy Beach to Commemorate D-Day Dead

The Fallen 9000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day WWII war sand Normandy installation

Stalingrad, Feb 1943. Fallen, very thin German soldier. "Fast bis zur Skelettierung ausgemergelt wurde auch dieser deutsche Soldat von Russen ausgeplündert. Moral? - die gibt es in diesem verdammten Krieg auf beiden Seiten oft nicht. Viele Leichname werden von den Russen nach Wertgegenständen durchsucht. Grundsätzlich ist das untersagt, aber von den Offizieren der Roten Armee wird es geduldet."

Stalingrad, Feb Fallen, very thin German

Battle of Berlin 1945 - the victor becomes the vanquished with devastating results.  Hard years were to follow for the Germans.

A dead soldier lies on the road. in the background the Siegessaule (the Column of Victory) is visible.

FIRST WORLD WAR CASUALTIES WESTERN FRONT (Q 11668)   Dead Germans.

Battles of Ypres, September Dead Germans by a water filled shell crater in front of a dug-out

Niemcy lubili fotografować polskich poległych. Dzięki temu mamy dowody na to, że polski żołnierz bił się dzielnie i nie opuszczał swoich stanowisk.

Niemcy lubili fotografować polskich poległych. Dzięki temu mamy dowody na to, że polski żołnierz bił się dzielnie i nie opuszczał swoich stanowisk.

World War I | The History Place - World War I Timeline - 1914 - First Casualties

German medics tend a fallen soldier lying in a field of strawberries in Belgium. As their casualties mounted, German soldiers reacted with increasing brutality toward the Belgian population.

Graves of German soldiers Willi Feilhauer, Robert Rieger, and others in France, Jun 1940

[Photo] Graves of German soldiers Willi Feilhauer, Robert Rieger, and others in France, Jun 1940

Graves of German soldiers Willi Feilhauer, Robert Rieger, and others in France, Jun 1940 German Federal Archive

The Malmedy massacre, near the Belgian town by the same name, in which 80 American prisoners of war were murdered by their German captors during World War II. The massacre was committed on December 17, 1944, by members of Kampfgruppe Peiper (part of the 1st SS Panzer Division), a German combat unit, during the Battle of the Bulge.

Bodies of American prisoners executed in Belgian town of Malmedy (Malmedy).

German soldiers killed in a car on the road from Saint Sauveur le Vicomte

Two German soldiers shot to death in their car by a roadside, Saint Sauveur Le Vicomte, France, The second soldier is only partially visible in the rear of the car lying half outside the vehicle.

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