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WWII Pictures 7m
A young looking German soldier behind the wheel of a captured jeep, the driver for two British prisoners, sitting in the back, both with satisfied expression despite the circumstances. Arnhem, September 1944.
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WWII Pictures 6h
This day in 1939, the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany held a joint military parade in Brest-Litovsk to celebrate their victories of the invasion of Poland.
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Adam Bengtsson 6m
It's been a while since I've posted anything... Well here are some veteran Rangers from 2nd ranger battalion who've fought in North Africa and will join the invasion of Europe.
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Shane 51m
German POWs being paraded through the streets of Antwerp, Belgium, 5 Sept 1944. Behind, the Antwerp Central railway station.
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WarGravesCommission 4h
RT : Tpr Reginald Dagley died after his Sherman was knocked out in Lingèvres on the 14th of June 1944, despite the efforts of a fellow crew member to help him. He now rests in Jerusalem cemetery.
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Fighting Through 9h
Replying to @AmyMek @Nike
(1) In 1944 my Dad was at in Germany, keeping the new-found peace. In memoirs he wrote about being a policeman, having fought as a soldier on Gold beach. He wrote a very poignant description of lowering the flag which rings so true with how these boys felt.
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WWII Pictures Sep 20
This day in 1944, men of the U.S. 504th PIR, 82nd Airborne, cross the Waal river. 48 paratrooper were killed during the crossing, others successfully captured the north end of the Nijmegen road bridge. It is considered one of the bravest acts of Operation Market Garden.
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Dora 20h
Replying to @gavinesler
It was a World War. The People that worked in Bletchley....NOT just British. The pilots that flew in Battle of Britain, Worked on Convoys, Minesweepers On Battlefields... From Britain, Europe and the World. WE SURVIVED BECAUSE WE WORKED WITH PEOPLE FROM OTHER COUNTRIES.
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EEG ‏ Sep 21
The last minor league is here. The official pool play of this year's European Cup. 18 total teams will be playing for €250.00 EUR and a trophy. For more information, visit: DM us if you have any questions 📨
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Louise Dujardin 9h
For the 10th year in a row children from the school came to Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery to commemorate those who gave their lives for their freedom during the . Lovely to see young generations involved!
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Tanja Tatomirović 🦁 8h
Welcome to Serbia where we use German cutlery in our hospitals. And not only that it was “made in Germany”, it’s literally German, but from the . So, help us God! (Photo: Predrag Radnic, in public hospital in Zrenjanin, Serbia)
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Jay Christopherson 1h
Working on a Saturday is a lot more appealing when you get to film this bad boy!!
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The Vicar of Disbrey 22h
Quite often find myself walking past post-war apartment blocks, etc, in When I do I always look down, because the pavements were often not replaced post-war and they don't lie. battle/bomb damaged paving stones in Charlottenburg this week. Long shadows.
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WWII Pictures Sep 21
A German Tiger II heavy tank on the Weverstraat in Oosterbeek, knocked-out by lightly armed British airborne troops.
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The History Press 17m
1943 British midget submarines attacked & badly damaged German battleship in a Norwegian fjord
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History Photographed 1h
A Russian soldier carries a statue head of Adolf Hitler. Berlin, circa May 1945.
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Klaas Meijer 9h
At this moment paratroopers are jumping over Arnhem. Just like 74 years ago.
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Institute of National Remembrance 6h
On 22 , five days after the Soviet invasion of , soldiers of the murdered Józef , a 49-year-old general of the . He died from a shot to the back of the head, like thousands of Polish officers in .
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WWII Pictures Sep 20
The German troops at Arnhem were astonished and admired the British fighting spirit. Lt. Col. Frost: "The SS men were very polite and complimentary about the battle we had fought... these men were kind, chivalrous and even comforting."
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Polish Embassy UK 6h
. at : Copy of plaque dedicated to Polish cryptologists Marian Rejewski, Jerzy Różycki and Henryk Zygalski who deciphered the Enigma code first in 1932 and shared their work with the British, which helped shorten .
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