The graves of three German crewmen next to their destroyed PzKpfw III, said to belong to the 9th Panzer Division, Army Group South, Eastern Front.
Red Army soldiers fighting amids the ruins of Stalingrad - late 1942
The only hope you have is to accept the fact that you’re already dead. -Ronald Speirs
28 May 1945. Columns of disarmed German soldiers en route to occupied Germany. Canadian 1st Corps troops watch from the Dutch bicycle path. Near Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The immediate reaction of German POWs upon watching uncensored footage of the concentration camps shot by the US Signal Corps.
People often forget that most of the German troops had no idea about what was going on, they weren’t all fanatic Nazis bent on genocide, they were just regular soldiers who answered the call when their country went to war.
THANK YOU SO MUCH OMG
Private H.A. Woodruff of The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders distributing candy to Dutch civilians, Bathmen, Netherlands, 9 April 1945.
Paratroopers from the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion of the 6th British Airborne Division drop over Salisbury Plain, England, from Douglas C-47 Dakota aircraft - 6 February 1944
Deutsches Heer cavalryman with gas-mask and lance, World War I.
Pilot Officer Willie Lane (Royal Canadian Air Force, 403 Squadron) with mascot, Lucy, May 1943. Lane was reported killed on the 8th June, shortly after this photograph was taken.