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Soldiers of the division in Barenton Normandy.

American soldiers in Barenton Normandy.by War History Online

Australian troops plough through the mud at Milne Bay, New Guinea, shortly after the unsuccessful Japanese invasion attempt.

Australian troops at Milne Bay, Papua. The Australian army was the first to inflict defeat on the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II at the Battle of Milne Bay of August–September

German MG-42. The Best Machine Gun of WW2. My personal favorite Machine Gun too.  It shot over 1500 rounds per minute! :-{ Ouch of your fighting aginst this Motherfucker!!

CAVEAT: Though frequently posted here as "German soldier" or the like, this is a modern re-enactment plainly credited to Hungarian photographer Balasz Santha at the top. It is not a genuine wartime image.

ausschreitungen G41. German soldiers training. The one in the foreground is shooting a rather rare Gewehr 41 semiautomatic rifle. The Gewehr 41 rifles, commonly known as the G41(W) or G41(M), were semi-automatic rifles used by Nazi Germany during World War II.

The one in the foreground is shooting a rather rare Gewehr 41 semiautomatic rifle. The Gewehr 41 rifles, commonly known as the or were semi-automatic rifles used by Nazi Germany during World War II.

General Omar N. Bradley, 1944

General Omar N. Bradley, 1944 here is one of the finest and greatest general…

Women Heroes of WWII: Maria von Maltzan: The German Countess Who Hid Jews

The History Girls: Maria von Maltzan - a German resistance heroine, by Leslie Wilson. "Women Heroes of World War II" by Kathryn Attwood

German prisoners, some of them wearing coveralls for camouflage in the snow, are herded by Allied troops. (In close fighting, U.S. troops also used snow-camouflage suits.)

Battle of the Bulge: Rare Photos From Hitler's Last Gamble

John Florea—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images German prisoners, some of them wearing coveralls for camouflage in the snow, are herded by Allied troops. (In close fighting, U. troops also used snow-camouflage suits.

A book of heroes: Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot ...

'A book of heroes': Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot signatures goes on sale

'A book of heroes': Volume of 107 Battle of Britain pilot signatures goes on…

World War 2. ... Just one cemetery.... So many, so many, many many Americans. And every gravesite represnting a grieving family......

Standing in the grassy sod bordering row upon row of white crosses in an American cemetery, two dungaree-clad Coast Guardsmen pay silent homage to the memory of a fellow Coast Guardsman who lost his life in action in the Ryukyu Islands.

British troops capturing a DAK tank in Africa - At the second battle of El Alamein.German panzer crew give up the fight in Afrika

British troops capturing a DAK tank in Africa - At the second battle of El Alamein. German surrendering is British soldier!

"Three Australian soldiers of the of the 2/14th Infantry Battalion, Second Australian Imperial Force photographed after rescue. The three soldiers were cut off from the main body of Australian troops engaging the Imperial Japanese Army near Myola during the withdrawal across the Owen Stanley Range in Papua New Guinea. Kalikodobu (Karekodobu), Central Province, Papua New Guinea. October 1942."

Three Australian soldiers of the of the Infantry Battalion, Second Australian Imperial Force photographed after rescue. The three soldiers were cut off from the main body of Australian troops.

German Soldiers waiting for the advancing Allied Troops. MG 34 mit Sturmtrommel.

True story of how Germans and Western Allies fought together after Hitler surrendered. Movie material right here.

World War II’s Strangest Battle: When Americans and Germans Fought Together

Strangest Battle: Americans & Germans fought together - days after Hitler’s suicide! American soldiers, French prisoners, & German soldiers defended an Austrian castle against an SS division—the only time Germans & Allies fought together!