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Welcome Home, November 24, 1945.... These women were true heroes! No phone calls, no email, no video chat, weeks or months between letters, no idea when their soldier would be home.... They sucked it up, drove on and got the job done! I don't know how I would have done it, had I been in their position. It's already so hard just being apart.

Russian troops somehow find time to celebrate. May 1945.

Vienna, 1945: Civilians rush by what remains of a German soldier (judging from the boots) after he was obliterated by an explosion (?) or direct cannon fire (?) By then, the value of life was nil.

Unidentified Australian soldier WW1-from the collection of the Aus War Memorial.

wwii soldier/// I doubt it. Here's my take on it. Spot free uniform, boots are shiny with no scratches, weapon looks like it just came off the cleaning table, and the tire tracks are not WW-2 US Army tread style. Although his hands are dirty. What do you think?

Veteran - World War II Memorial. Need to visit this site. my uncle cut the ribbon - Survivor from Baton Death March

"Just found this picture of my great great grandpa from WW1. He looks pretty stone cold."

A homeless German woman sits in ruins in Koln, 1945. Photograph: John Florea/Time Life

Soviet soldier in Germany 1945