Nighthawks

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Nighthawks 1942 -에드워드 호퍼:쓸쓸하고 외로운 시간 sine_qua_non @sine_qua_non93 과 계정 연동 사용중 경제,정치,하위 문화등 세상 전반에 걸쳐 많을걸 알려고 합니다. 이런 저런 사람들을 트위터에서 만나 좋은 정보도 얻고 배우고자 합니다.
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German shock troops open up on Soviet positions around Leningrad, 1941. There are two machine guns and a flamethrower (carried by the man obscured by the 1st rifleman on the left). Shock troops were trained in ambush tactics and neutralizing static defensive positions, reminiscent of the trench assault squads of WW1.

The fight has already commenced for this machine-gun team on the outskirts of Leningrad in The soldier firing the MG 34 must have been engaged in a lenghty duel since the ammunition belt is already empty. The firepower of the German Army was.

Troops from the British 1st Airborne Division and wrecked German vehicles on the northern ramp to the Arnhem Road Bridge (September 19, 1944)

Very famous picture of Airborne at Arnhem bridge 1944 the chap waving the umbrella in defiance is Major Allison Digby Tatham-warter a true Englishman.

Hermann Göring in captivity May 9, 1945. Note the Texas state flag as background. He was allowed to wear his medals for the purpose of being photographed.

Hermann Göering in captivity May Note the Texas state flag as background. He was allowed to wear his medals for the purpose of being photographed.

British batteries pounding the German lines - 1917  International Film Service

British batteries pounding the German lines - 1917 International Film Service

German infantry and armoured vehicles battle the Soviet defenders on the streets of Kharkov, October 1941.  Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive)

B from Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung commanded by Hauptmann Kurt von Barisani, provide close fire support for a Sd. and grenadiers of Infanterie-Division during street fighting in Kharkov, Ukraine.

T-34 Russian tanks captured and recycled by Germans.

Captured Russian in german service. Note their interesting field mods: they got commander cupola from PZ III/IV, Soviet Union, ca 1941