Alfred Krupp, owner and operator of the famous German munitions factory in Essen, Germany, sits on the rear of a jeep which took him from his estate home to division officers for questioning following his capture. April 25, 1945.
WWII U.S. General Joseph "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell Original Press Photo
1946- Probably the last photo made of U.S. General Joseph Stilwell, taken a few days before he entered Letterman General Hospital.
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Soviet tankers interacting with a German boy. Berlin, Germany 1945
a-lchemist: Two anti-tank Infantrymen of the 101st Infantry Regiment, dash past a blazing German gasoline trailer in square of Kronach, Germany. April 14, 1945.
Fine Art Reproduction: View of the Krupp factory in Essen, lithograph by C.A. Oppermann, printed by Frick, Paris, 1861 by Charles Mercereau
Charles Mercereau - View of the Krupp factory in Essen, lithograph by C.A. Oppermann, printed by Frick, Paris, 1861
German Camera Pigeon WWI
Medics were the most popular, respected and appreciated men in the company. Their weapons were first aid kits; their place on the line was whenever a man called out when he was wounded. Two combat medics somewhere in Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge