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May 1940. German troops march in Amsterdam after capitulation of the Dutch armed forces. #amsterdam #worldwar2

May German troops march in Amsterdam after capitulation of the Dutch armed forces.

7Th April, Margaret Bourke Whit, April 1945, Bourkewhit, Hohenzollern Bridges

Broken Bridge 1945 Margaret Bourke-White: one of the women I studied as I developed Rachel Justice, the Heroine of Shadowed by Grace.

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German Soldiers during World War II They look like SS but their collar insignia has been removed or retouched. Note the Bergmann SMG of the leader.

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TYWKIWDBI ("Tai-Wiki-Widbee"): WWI German soldier wearing his night shirt, armed with a bayonet, standing in front of a latrine with. a cat on his head. Well all righty then. kitten soldier ww ii ww i

A picture taken in August 1944 during World War II shows Allied troops entering the Nazi-held largely destroyed French city of Falaise, in Normandy. AFP PHOTO

A picture taken in August 1944 during World War II shows Allied troops entering the Nazi-held largely destroyed French city of Falaise, in Normandy. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

U-861 was a Type IXD2 U-boat of German Kriegsmarine during World War II.

was a Type U-boat of German Kriegsmarine during World War II.Unlike many other U-boats, which during their service lost men due to accidents and various other causes, did not suffer any casualties (we know of) until the time of her loss.

“When American troops liberated prisoners in the Dachau concentration camp, Germany, in 1945, many German SS guards were killed by the prisoners who then threw their bodies into the moat surrounding the camp.” (AP)

When American troops liberated prisoners in the Dachau concentration camp, Germany, in many German SS guards were killed by the prisoners who then threw their bodies into the moat surrounding the camp. World War II: The Holocaust - In Focus - The Atlantic

MAY  26 1940 Calais surrenders to Germans Calais May 1940 after the fierce Anglo French defensive battle to hold up the Germans attacking from the west. - See more at: http://ww2today.com

Calais, France, May after the fierce Anglo French defensive battle to hold up the Germans attacking from the west.

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