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American soldiers of the 101st Airborne loading a truck w. recovered art treasures stolen by German General Hermann Goering photo by William Vandivert

shitndie: “ American troops of the Airborne load a truck with recovered art treasures reportedly stolen by German Reichsmarschall Hermann Goering, April ”

The endless procession of German prisoners captured with the fall of Aachen marching through the ruined city streets to captivity." Germany, October 1944. 260-MGG-1061-1. (ww2_169.jpg)

The endless procession of German prisoners captured with the fall of Aachen marching through the ruined city streets to captivity.

Forrest Guth Normandy

Forrest Guth One of the original 140 men who trained under Sobel at Camp Toccoa. Guth had the ability to repair and modify weapons. For instance, he could make an rifle fully automatic.He became the armorer for his comrades.

US army GI and his bike with two German POWs (France 1945)

US army GI and his bike with two German POWs (France

Russian guns booms on the outskirts of Berlin. The end for Hitler was near.

Russian guns booms on the outskirts of Berlin. The end for Hitler was near.

German prisoners of war being marched across a field, Odessa Oblast, Ukraine, Apr 1944  Photographer	   	Georgi Zelma  Source	   	Russian International News Agency

[Photo] German prisoners of war being marched across a field, Odessa Oblast, Ukraine, Apr 1944

German prisoners of war being marched across a field, Odessa Oblast, Ukraine, Apr 1944 Photographer Georgi Zelma Source Russian International News Agency

An improvised camp for Soviet POWs. Between June 1941 and January 1942, the Nazis killed an estimated 2.8 million Soviet prisoners of war, whom they viewed as "subhuman".

Prisoner of war - An improvised camp for Soviet POWs. Between June 1941 and January the Nazis killed an estimated million Soviet prisoners of war, whom they viewed as "subhuman

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