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Notice the newspaper headline on the assassination attempt on Hitler

Notice the newspaper headline on the assassination attempt on Hitler

Canadian infantry soldiers and civilians after the landing at Juno Beach. June 1944. Bernières-sur-Mer, Normandy, France.

Canadian infantry soldiers and civilians after the landing at Juno Beach.

Hitler and his accompanying convoy of Mercedes-Benz sedans greet the enthusiastic masses en route to give a speech to the German people.

Nazi staff cars entering a Sudetenland village to receive an enthusiastic reception.

Stalingrad. Last pocket 1943.

historywars: “ Russian soldiers in the street of Stalingrad ”

British soldiers in Kleve

British Army soldiers of XXX Corps show off a captured portrait of Adolf Hitler after taking the German town of Kleve during Operation Veritable. The operation took place between 8 February 1945 and.

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.

More grenadiers from 12th SS-HJ captured near Capriquet Airfield outside of Caen. The 12th SS-Hj was little more than a blocking force. These prisoners are lucky. For every 4 Canadian or British troops captured by the 12th SS-HJ, 1 was executed after capture. Some 189 allied prisoners were executed after capture by this SS division alone. Despite this the Canadians and British rose above it.

grenadiers from SS-HJ captured near Capriquet Airfield outside of Caen.

Americans celebrate with a captured Kubelwagen near the Poche de Falaise

Americans celebrate with a captured Kubelwagen near the Poche de Falaise

Dead bodies of American soldiers strewn on the beach of Tarawa

View of the beach of Betio Island, Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert Islands, after the U. invasion in November The Battle of Tarawa (US code name Operation Galvanic) was a battle in the Pacific Theater of World War II, fought from November 20 to November

Volksgrenadier Eastern Prussia 1944

German Unterfeldwebel Volksgrenadier Division East Prussia with panzerfaust

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