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Hell on Earth. German civilians flee Danzig as it burns...March 1945

Litzmannstadt ghetto in Poland (1941). WWII

Destroyed and burning during the Second World War, Danzig

WWII. Lodz, Poland, Jewish children bidding farewell from their parents through a chainlink fence. Oh my God.

Civilians on a way to Dulag 121 camp in Pruszków.Warsaw Upeising, August 1944

Wolf’s Lair (Poland). 'The Wolf’s Lair, Hitler’s headquarters during WWII, was so well designed that the Allies had no idea it existed until it was overrun by the Red Army in 1945. They might not have needed to had one of Hitler’s own men, Colonel Claus von Stauff enberg, been more successful in his bid to assassinate the Führer here six months earlier. The ramshackle location takes a little imagination to appreciate fully.' www.lonelyplanet....

Several civilian prisoners of war, with arms raised, walk along a road during the German invasion of Poland in September of 1939. (LOC)

Danzig, Poland, Hitler Entering as the Victor Photographs Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem All rights reserved

German soldiers executing civilians after the invasion of Poland (1939). A myth goes that the Wermacht (the German army) is not to be blamed for atrocities during World War II, which supposedly were committed by the SS and the Gestapo. This is only partially true. After the invasion of Poland (September 1, 1939), the German regular army murdered hundreds of innocent Polish civilians in horrific executions.

800 mm super heavy rail gun Dora Adolf Hitler (Center), Albert Speer (left) and other dignitaries arrived at the site at Rugenwalde (now Darłowo, Poland), where they were represented the 800 mm super heavy rail gun Dora (80-cm-Kanone (E) and the prototype of the SAU SD. Kfz. 184 ' Ferdinand '. Rugenwalde, march 19th 1943