A medic from Regiment, Infantry Division, ducking with a fellow soldier from incoming enemy shelling in the vicinity of Behren-lès-Forbach, France.
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German soldiers, eastern front, pin by Paolo Marzioli
American Soldiers from the Infantry Infantry Division receive wine from French civilians during a lull in the fighting around Drusenheim, France on January Coloured by Historic photo restored in color, pin by Paolo Marzioli
Sherman tanks of the Cavalry Division’s Light Medium Tank Company supporting the Infantry Regiment, Infantry Division in Hollandia, New Guinea. April 22 1944 The nearest tank is “Sad Sack” The battle of Hollandia.
Disabled American tank «Sherman" of 778 Tank Battalion attached to U. Infantry Division in the battle for Zaabruken. Note the holes in the tank’s frontal plate, result of antitank fire. In the foreground dead German soldiers.
Two young German soldiers armed with Panzerfausts (anti-tank weapons) and Mauser rifles, march along Bankowa street in Lubań (Lauban), Lower Silesia.
Allied landings in North Africa (Operation ‘Torch’). This photo shows American troops on board a landing craft heading for the beaches at Oran in Algeria during Operation 'Torch', November 1942
Soldiers of the United States Army, Infantry Division, ‘The Big Red One’ prepare to depart southern England for their voyage to Omaha Beach, Normandy, June