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Easy Company members Joe Liebgott, Eugene Roe and Burton Christenson in Eindhoven, 1944.

Easy Company members Joe Liebgott, Eugene Roe and Burton Christenson in Eindhoven, 1944.

The Netherlands, Jewish woman with a bright Star of David with the inscription "Jood" ("Jew"), 1942.

The Netherlands, Jewish woman with a bright Star of David with the inscription "Jood" ("Jew"), 1942.

WWII - MacArthur and Navajo's.  I love this photo but motherfuck MacArthur.

WWII - MacArthur and Navajo's. I love this photo but motherfuck MacArthur.

British infantrymen of 3rd Division (nicknamed “Monty’s Iron Sides”) clear out pockets of German snipers in a German town just across the Dutch-German border. Lingen, Lower Saxony, Germany. 7 April 1945

British infantrymen of 3rd Division (nicknamed “Monty’s Iron Sides”) clear out pockets of German snipers in a German town just across the Dutch-German border. Lingen, Lower Saxony, Germany. 7 April 1945

Vietnam War photos reveal the moment U.S. troops unleashed hell on Viet Cong sniper in hills above an Army camp

Astonishing Vietnam War photos reveal the moment U.S. troops unleashed hell on Viet Cong sniper in hills above an Army camp

Vietnam War photos reveal the moment U.S. troops unleashed hell on Viet Cong sniper in hills above an Army camp

Joe Toye, after the war. (Learn about him in Band of Brothers)

Joe Toye, after the war. (Learn about him in Band of Brothers)

A U.S. Army soldier cleans his M1903 bolt-action rifle in a camp in England shortly before the Normandy invasion. Although the U.S. Army had adopted the semiautomatic M1 Garand rifle in 1937, a large number of M1903s were still being issued in 1944.  Martin K. A. Morgan, author of The Americans on D-Day: A Photographic History of the Normandy Invasion, due out in a few weeks, explains why M1903s were still in use on D-Day.

A U.S. Army soldier cleans his M1903 bolt-action rifle in a camp in England shortly before the Normandy invasion. Although the U.S. Army had adopted the semiautomatic M1 Garand rifle in 1937, a large number of M1903s were still being issued in 1944. Martin K. A. Morgan, author of The Americans on D-Day: A Photographic History of the Normandy Invasion, due out in a few weeks, explains why M1903s were still in use on D-Day.

Jimmy Doolittle (1896 - 1993) Led the first US air raid on the Japanese home islands in World War II by flying B-25 bombers off the deck of a US aircraft carrier, his team of specially trained men was known as "Doolittle's Raiders"

Jimmy Doolittle (1896 - 1993) Led the first US air raid on the Japanese home islands in World War II by flying B-25 bombers off the deck of a US aircraft carrier, his team of specially trained men was known as "Doolittle's Raiders"

kz buchenwald Was im Krematorium von den verbrannten Leichen übrig blieb: Ein Ex-Häftling vor einem Haufen von Knochenresten. Foto: National Archives, Washington

kz buchenwald Was im Krematorium von den verbrannten Leichen übrig blieb: Ein Ex-Häftling vor einem Haufen von Knochenresten. Foto: National Archives, Washington

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