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Dan Hill Jun 15
For me, this photograph of an unknown Jewish boy which was taken during the emptying of the Warsaw Ghetto in 1943 is the single most powerful image of . Is there one particular image that stands out for you from that time? And why?
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WWII Pictures Jun 18
This day in 1941, Nazi Germany and Turkey signed the German–Turkish Treaty of Friendship in Ankara. The pact was dissolved on 24 October 1945, after the fall of the Third Reich, when Turkey joined the United Nations.
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WWII Pictures Jun 14
This day in 1940, German troops enter and capture the city of Paris without any Allied resistance.
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Today In History 2m
20 June 1943: During World War II, the Allies begin Operation , which targets radar production and is also the first bombing of a V-2 facility.
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Dr Irfan Malik 59m
A pleasure to spend the afternoon filming about my Grandfathers & their history in today
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Back The Campaign Jun 19
Support this Growing Campaign Find out about the Campaign.
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WWII Pictures Jun 12
This day in 1944, German Tiger tank commander Wittmann stops the entire British 7th Armoured Division advance to Caen, "single-handedly", at Villers-Bocage. Wittmann destroyed in less than fifteen minutes 13 tanks, 2 anti-tank guns and 14 transport vehicles.
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WWII Pictures 4h
Soviet infantry march to the front line during the Leningrad–Novgorod Offensive, January 1944.
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WWII Pictures 10h
A Churchill AVRE with Spigot mortar in Kleve, Germany, February 1945.
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Martín Alvis 8h
From the reddit guy: AlexboiCS
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Janina Jun 19
WARSAW in June 1948: large parts of the city still look like an ocean of rubble - a truly moonlike landscape.
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RT Jun 14
Two little hooligans set memorial on fire
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G. Ross Sharp ✈️ 24m
Remains of Rudolf Hess's Bf 110D, which crashed in now held by Please support - thank you!
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Dan Hill Jun 18
Right in the heart of Berlin city centre and directly behind a museum visited by millions each year is an area of overgrown rubble; the last above ground remains of the Gestapo headquarters. Have never seen anybody else here, but personally I find it fascinating.
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StJamesMalden 2h
On this day in 1943 St James Church was hit by a V-1 bomb. It was badly damaged and took 10 years to repair. Today it is a reminder of what can be overcome and the beauty of healed wounds.
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WWII Pictures 1h
Dutch soldiers of the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army, armed with Mannlicher M1895 bolt-action rifles.
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Ryan Davies 5h
Throwback to getting diamond snipers in less than 24 hours
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WWII Pictures Jun 17
Two American pilots of the Eagle Squadron doing a low pass flyby in British Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft, 1940.
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The Irish at War 9h
1925 Audie Murphy, one of the most decorated soldiers in the was born in Texas to parents of Irish descent.Murphy was awarded every medal for valour including the Medal of Honor for singlehandedly holding off a company of Germans during
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Events from 1944 ... countdown to D-Day75 Jun 15
in 15th June 1944 The Pacific D-Day: the Invasion of Saipan begins. The U.S. Navy had created a vast armada of 600 ships. The villain of Pearl Harbour Admiral Nagumo was nervously looking through binoculars as the Marines hit the beach
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