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Denmark 1945 - cheerful looking German soldiers surrender their weapons as Denmark is liberated by British troops.

Erwin Rommel's Field Marshall's Baton.

Young German POWs captured by the 9th Armored Division, Germany 1945

June-July 1944. An American unit entering a town.

Fantastic picture of 3 panzers in a bomb damaged repair shop. What’s really interesting with this picture is the range of vehicles. In the background there is a Panther in the middle is a late version of the panzer IV with extra armor fitted around the turret. In the foreground there is a panzer III

76 mm Gun Motor Carriage M18 « Hellcat »

Russian and American soldiers shaking hands and greeting each other as Allies at the end of World War 2.

Abandoned Jagdtiger with Porsche suspension, Germany 1945

An army priest writes the name of a soldier killed in a shell burst during the fighting in France, on a makeshift cross, 1944.

1943 - R.A.F. with part of a wing from an ME 110 shot down over the River Thames. It is used as a squadron tally board.

US 82nd Airborne Division HQ Company, 508th PIR. Saint-Marcouf, France. D-Day +2.

Hitler's Muslim Nazi soldiers - Bosnian SS regiment

Churchill tank with improvised camouflage

GI reviews knocked out German train transporting armor somewhere in Normandy, June-July 1944. German movements near the Normandy front were practically impossible given the Allies dominance in the air, with primarily USAAF fighters flying round the clock in daylight hours.

  • Dave Alan

    The RAF were pretty active as well. The legendary Typhoon had tank busting rockets fitted.

British Churchill Crocodile Tank, towing the flame thrower's fuel in a trailer behind it.

Canadian mortar team in action in France

A "baby" Waffen SS trooper, most likely of the "Hitlerjugend" SS-Panzer Division that was decimated during fighting in Normandy, June-July 1944. SS recruiters for the division accepted boys as young as 14 into the ranks. By the time of its surrender to the Allies on May 8, 1945, the division stood at 10,000 down from 20,540 at the time of its first deployment.

German paratroopers with 8.8 cm Raketenwerfer 43

American Amtracs in flooded Holland, 1944

Abandoned Hummel SPG and halftrack

Destroyed Wespe SPG in Normandy, 1944

Staghound armored car crossing Rhine