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Occupied Paris: The "Parisiana" theater taken over by the Nazis for the entertainment of troops.

U.S. soldiers in liberated Paris at a sidewalk table at the Cafe George V (August 1944). Note their helmets, and that they are armed with service weapons.

Nazi propaganda, "What are you doing for Germany?" 1933. "Ask not what your country can do for you,ask what you can do for your country" (John F.Kennedy) 1961

Nazi poster, 1936: All Germany can hear the Führer with the peoples’ radio

Occupied Paris: Older Parisians visit the garbage in order to find something edible.

ENTRY OF ALLIED TROOPS INTO ROME, 5 JUNE 1944. Allied troops by the Vittoria Emmanuel Memorial.