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Slovakian pilot serving with the Luftwaffe in the Mediterranean, A print from Signal, April Signal was a magazine published by the German Third Reich from 1940 through (Photo by Art Media/Print Collector/Getty Images)

Škoda, Lehký minomet vz. 36 ráže 81,3 mm, maximální dostřel 3 400 m.

36 ráže mm, maximální dostřel 3 400 m.

Russian Liberation Army was a group of predominantly Russian forces that fought under German command during World War II. The Soviet government labelled all ROA soldiers (vlasovtsy) as traitors. The ROA soldiers who were repatriated were tried and sentenced to detention in prison camps.

Russian Liberation Army was a group of predominantly Russian forces that fought under German command during World War II. The Soviet government labelled all ROA soldiers (vlasovtsy) as traitors. The ROA soldiers who were repatriated were tried and sentenced to detention in prison camps.

Collaborationist soldiers of the Russian Liberation Army, also known as the Vlasov Army, stand at attention on the Western Front. The ROA was a group of predominantly Russian forces subordinated to the German high command during the war and  organized by former Red Army general Andrey Vlasov, who tried to unite Russians opposed to the communist regime. The Soviet government labeled all ROA soldiers (Vlasovtsy) as traitors. The ROA soldiers who were repatriated to the Soviet Union after the…

Collaborationist soldiers of the Russian Liberation Army, also known as the Vlasov Army, stand at attention on the Western Front. The ROA was a group of predominantly Russian forces subordinated to the German high command during the war and organized.

Stamp: Milan Rastislav Štefánik (Czechoslovakia) (Portraits) Mi:CS 463,Sn:CS 302,Yt:CS 406,AFA:CS 319,POF:CS 416

Stamp: Milan Rastislav Štefánik (Czechoslovakia) (Portraits) Mi:CS 463,Sn:CS 302,Yt:CS 406,AFA:CS 319,POF:CS 416

French tankers pose in front of their tank, 1940. They look appropriately ferocious, but France surrendered to the Germans in two weeks time.

WWII --- French tank crew stand behind their Char heavy tank (France -

Slovak soldier, WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Slovak soldier, WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Charles Andre Joseph Marie De Gaulle, 1940. De Gaulle (1890-1970}, French soldier, statesman and author in uniform as a General. During WWII he was leader of the Free French and in 1944, after the liberation, he became head of the provisional government. In December 1958 he was elected first president of the Fifth Republic. (Colorised black and white print). Artist Unknown. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Charles Andre Joseph Marie De Gaulle, 1940. De Gaulle (1890-1970}, French soldier, statesman and author in uniform as a General. During WWII he was leader of the Free French and in 1944, after the liberation, he became head of the provisional government. In December 1958 he was elected first president of the Fifth Republic. (Colorised black and white print). Artist Unknown. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

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Maréchal Phillipe Pétain, né le 24 avril 1856 à Cauchy-à-la-Tour. Maréchal depuis 1918, en 1925 il devient commandant des forces françaises. Rappelé au gouvernement le 17 mai 1940 au moment de l'invasion allemande, il dirige la France et choisit de capituler car il coonsidère la guerre comme déjà perdue face à Hitler. En 1945 pour remplacer l'emprisonnement le Général De Gaulle le condamne à être emprisonné à perpetuité. Il mourra en détention sur l'île  le 23 juillet 1951. (AF)

855 words Marshal Philippe Pétain, Translated by Greg Johnson Pétain, De Gaulle .

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Slovak Forces on the Eastern Front By JP Forsey Slovak Forces in Flames Of War You can now get Intelligence Briefings for Ea

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