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  • Gaby V.

    American soldier replacing a street sign honoring Hitler, Krefeld, Germany, 1945

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    ˚An American Soldier replaces "Adolf-Hitler-Str" sign with a "Roosevelt Blvd" 1945 - Berlin, Germany

  • Beth Fehr

    World War II

  • Beverly Bauser

    An American soldier renames “Adolf-Hitler Street” “Roosevelt Blvd., 1945. WWII

  • Amanda McCarthy

    Denazification in Krefeld, Germany, March 9, 1945. Credit: National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md. I will forever be a History Nerd!

  • Dana Einfeld

    Rare Historical Photos

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