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WWII Pictures 21m
This day in 1945, SS-ObergruppenfĆ¼hrer Steiner refused to countrattack with his Army Detachment Steiner at Berlin, Hitler's last hope of turning the tide into victory. Hitler fell into a tearful rage against his generals, and declared that the war was lost.
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Bearzus Apr 20
Replying to @marinamaral2
Those who currently call others they disagree with "Nazis" & consider themselves part of "the resistance" should remember what these words meant during It wasn't a game on socia media then. What a brave young woman. May her memory shine forever.
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Dan Hill Apr 15
This fortified house along the Meuse river was held by French troops literally to the last man in 1940 against incredible odds. It is rightly preserved today as a memorial site.
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Klaas Meijer 5h
On this day in 1944 the US airforce stage the first use of helicopters (Sikorsky R-4) in combat with combat search and rescue operations in Southeast Asia.
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WWII Pictures 6h
US President Roosevelt inspects soldiers during his visit to Casablanca, North Africa, January 1943.
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WWII Pictures Apr 17
American war correspondent Elizabeth "Lee" Miller poses in front of the city administration building in Aachen, Germany, 1945.
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WWII Pictures Apr 19
This day in 1922, birth of German fighter pilot Erich Hartmann, the most successful fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. He was credited with shooting down 352 Allied aircraft (345 Soviet and 7 American).
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Nick Short Apr 14
An article about the book I'm presently reading. Warning: very graphic images. Secrets of Ukraine's shameful 'holocaust of bullets' killing centre via
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RT Apr 19
demands to pay over $300bn in reparations šŸ§
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WWII Pictures Apr 20
This day in 1945, Hitler's 56th birthday, while Soviet artillery begin shelling the city of Berlin for the first time, this would continue until the city surrendered in early May.
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WWII Pictures Apr 21
Easter Sunday service aboard USCGC Duane, Atlantic Ocean, 1944.
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WWII Pictures Apr 15
Allied troops in front of the Notre-Dame de Paris, 1944. Since 1260, the Catholic cathedral has survived wars, revolutions, vandalism, storms, flooding, and near-demolition.
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Pillbox Study Group 1h
Its That Time Of Years Again, Return Of Stinging Nettles, Branches of Leaves & Quick Growing Ground Cover, All Soon To Envelope & Camouflage & Defences Till Next Winter
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WWII Pictures Apr 19
This day in 1943, Jewish resistance begin the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising against German forces. In the end, 13,000 Jews were killed. The remaining 50,000 residents were captured and shipped to concentration and extermination camps.
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WWII Pictures Apr 21
Two American soldiers with some 155mm artillery shells "Easter Eggs" for Hitler. Happy Easter!
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WWII Pictures 19h
This day in 1945, Wehrmacht Generalfeldmarschall Walter Model commits suicide to avoid defeat and captivity. "I sincerely believe that I have served a criminal. I led my soldiers in good conscience... but for a criminal government."
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WarGravesCommission 3h
ā€˜What fascinates me is what is on the headstonesā€™ has added a contribution towards our project as we look to create a lasting legacy for those who gave their lives for liberation 75 years ago. Upload your thoughts here:
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WWII Pictures 17h
A forward reconnaissance unit of the 16th Panzer Division observes the Volga River just north of Stalingrad, August 1942.
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Alina NowobilskašŸ‡µšŸ‡± Apr 18
in 1941, 19 year old Polish Political prisoner Zbigniew Prawdziuk no. 667 perished in . He was a middle school student. He was sent to Auschwitz on 14 June 1940 in the first mass transport.
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Craig Smith 2h
WW2 ARP Warden Appointment Warrant Card, County Of Derby
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