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Sherman tanks and troops from 5th (Scots) Parachute Battalion, 2nd Parachute Brigade, during operations against members of ELAS in Athens, 18 December 1944.

WW2, P-47s in formation, circa1945 WW2 South Pacific circa 1944 to 1945 Iwo Jima, Aerial photo of P-47s, note the ship in lower left corner.

Battle of the Bulge medic Don Rinella, winter of 1944 – 1945,

Battle of Bulge (1944-1945) - supplies moving through Bastogne.

Bastogne 1944

Major General Stanisław Sosabowski, Commander, 1st Independent Polish Parachute Brigade (1. Samodzielna Brygada Spadochronowa). 1940s.

WW2. Summer of 1941. German troops moving pass dead Soviet refugees

Sherman tank has met its demise in the streets of Villers-Bocage, France, June 1944. This must have been an extraordinary shot by the Germans: the Sherman's gun barrel along with the base armored shield have been blown clear off the turret; the shield can be seen on the sidewalk next to the shattered gun barrel

WWI German soldier with shell carriers by hoosiermarine, via Flickr

1943 - Canadian troops en route to Sicily, Italy.

A paratrooper from 5th (Scots) Parachute Battalion, 2nd Parachute Brigade, takes cover on a street corner in Athens during operations against members of ELAS, 18 December 1944.

Canadian troops get ready to use the artillery during Operation Totalize. Normandy 1944

A rifleman acts as 'tail-end Charlie', guarding the commander of a Sherman tank from snipers during operations against ELAS in Athens, 18 December 1944.

France, 1943-1944, a US Sherman tank equipped with "whizz-bang" rockets ~

A Sherman tank of 10th Tank Battalion, 5th Armored Division in 1943.

Christmas Card 1944

WW2 Sherman tank monument near Normandy.

American Sherman M4 tank moves past another gun carriage which slid off icy road in the Ardennes Forest during push to halt advancing German troops. december 20th, 1944

MP Lt. Paul Unger, 2nd Armoured Division, searching the POW SS-Untersturmführer Kurt Peters, III. in the area of ​​Notre Dame de Cenilly of Saint Lô, France. 27 July 1944.

WAFFEN SS soldier with camera, Operation Barbarossa in Russia.

Pte. (Piper) 28930 James Clelland Richardson VC. 16th Battalion Canadian Inf. (Manitoba Rgt) (25.11.1895|9.10.1916) Reported MIA 9.10.1916 at Regina Trench, his remains were discovered in 1920. Buried Adanac Military Cemetery, Miraumont. Grave Ref: III. F.36. VC awarded 9.10.1916. Citation London Gazette 18.10.1918.