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American soldier replacing a street sign honoring Hitler, Krefeld, Germany, 1945
˚An American Soldier replaces "Adolf-Hitler-Str" sign with a "Roosevelt Blvd" 1945 - Berlin, Germany
World War II
An American soldier renames “Adolf-Hitler Street” “Roosevelt Blvd., 1945. WWII
Denazification in Krefeld, Germany, March 9, 1945. Credit: National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md. I will forever be a History Nerd!
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Jewish refugee girl from Vienna, Austria, upon arrival in Harwich. Great Britain, December 12, 1938. — National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md.
itsjohnsen: Denazification of Krefeld, Germany, 1945.
World War 2 Germany Berlin 1945
"America will be as strong as her women", 1941 - 1945 by The U.S. National Archives, via Flickr
Photo: Paratroopers of the U.S. 1st Airborne Division land near Wesel, Germany on March 24, 1945.
Don't know what outfit that is, but it isn't the US 1st airborne division. The US never had a 1st airborne division.
"Mechanical Helper, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 1940 - 1945" U.S. National Archives
Tokyo. US National Archive College Park Maryland.
Two GIs take cover on the bridge at Worms Nibelungen, Germany on March 28, 1945, as snipers on the other bank of the Rhine take aim. In the foreground lies one of their victims.
A Group of Women Prepare to Take Over Maintenance Responsibilities for Aircraft, 1940-1945
World War 2: the sequel by The National Archives UK
12-year-old Hitler Youth member Alfred Zech from Goldenau, Germany, posing with his Iron Cross 2nd Class medal, March 1945. Learning to hate at a young age
Very interesting b&w photography at undr.tumblr.com/...