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    Allied soldiers examining a ruined Nazi building. Not to be forgotten.. and if not known, must be learned.

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    Anton Dostler the first Nazi General to be excited faces a US Army firing squad. 1945

    Soviet soldiers resting on the steps of the Reich Chancellery looking at German medals that have not yet been awarded, nor will they be, photographed by Yevgeniy Khaldei (Berlin May 1945)

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    Berlin 1945

    It is a historic World War II photograph taken during the Battle of Berlin by Red Army photographer Yevgeny Khaldei. It depicts several Soviet troops raising the flag of the Soviet Union atop the German Reichstag building. The photograph was instantly popular, being reprinted in thousands of publications. It came to be regarded around the world as one of the most significant and recognizable images of the WW2.

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    In the Army ... Behind the Army. Let's keep 'em pulling for victory. A General Motors industrial mobilization poster from WWII. Vintage WWII poster, circa 1942. #wwii #army

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    Berlin street fighting. March 1945. Berlin's last defense was children & old men....

    In April and May 1945, there were approximately 5000 suicides in the city of Berlin.

    A German girl is overcome as she is forced to walk through and around the exhumed bodies of some 800 slave workers that the SS guards near Namering, Germany murdered. The US Army who liberated the camp laid them out so that the townspeople, who feverishly denied knowledge of the camp, could view the work of their Nazi leaders.

    Liberated Jewish man holds NAZI soldier at gunpoint during WWII, unknown date

    Children in Nazy Germany

    under-appreciated soldiers WWII

    Historical moment in Berlin,1945....

    From WWII and the U.S. Army Conservation Program, "Yours for Victory. Take care of 'em." Ernest Hamlin Baker.

    Five women are lined up in front of a German firing squad. The execution of hostages, especially women and children, was often used in retaliation of resistance. Celje, 1942. Lydia Chagoll