Panzer-Grenadier, Division Großdeutschland; my father was a German soldier in WWII, so I repin this for him. Rest in Peace, Vati!
A Soviet soldier with the head of a statue of Hitler, Berlin, 1945 [540x800]
A Soviet soldier with the head of a statue of Hitler, Berlin, 1945 [540x800] ¿Cuando perdio la cabeza el Sr. Hitler?. Este feliz ruso la encontro, ¿Aun no se dio cuenta de que es infecta?.
Waffen SS officer with two friends, one 4-legged, the other 2-legged but with wings. Even in the middle of the most brutal war, there are moments of kindness.
So exhausted were the men of the 6th Parachute Regiment after fighting the Americans in Operation Cobra one unit commander, von der Heydte, brought his Parachute Regiment into a concealed bivouac and there, hidden from Americans and Germans alike, permitted his men to sleep for twenty-four hours before reporting his location to higher headquarters. In one instance 100 enemy soldiers walked into a command post of the armored division and surrendered
LIFE Magazine's coverage of the 1938 presentation of the "Kraft durch Freude" ("Strength through Joy") Wagen, or KdF-Wagen, the readily-recognizable ancestor of the postwar Volkswagen "Beetle". The Strength through Joy program was a Nazi leisure organization operated by the German Labor Front, the logo of which is the swastika-in-gear insignia visible in the picture. Adolf Hitler is also visible at the podium.
Un tout jeune soldat de la tristement célèbre SS Panzer Divison “Hitlerjugend” en Normandie.
Love the victory roles. Wish I could live in an era like this.