Bump for later
i have seen many of them but not all.
No 16 is what happens to an Army when “replacements” take over from REAL Combat Hardened Soldiers/Marine/Sailors/Aiman. We start having problems with “Ememy Recognition”.
From the caption of Photo 41 “Photo taken on June 25, 1946.”
To which I would add “at 1:05”.
#45 - irrespective of the cause for which he was fighting, one has to admire his loyalty and endurance.
How soon we forget, this generation hasn’t a clue. 80 million killed. What we have today in gutless America is a far cry from our country back then. My Dad, 2nd Armored, under Gen. Patton. Thanks for the great pics.
#9, Hermann Goerring, look into his eyes. You are looking at the face of evil, second in command to Hitler, responsible for the deaths, and for those who survived, mangling of bodies of millions.
Thanks for the pictures
Sudeten Germans make their way to the railway station in Liberec, in former Czechoslovakia, to be transferred to Germany in this July, 1946 photo. After the end of the war, millions of German nationals and ethnic Germans were forcibly expelled from both territory Germany had annexed, and formerly German lands that were transferred to Poland and the Soviet Union. The estimated numbers of Germans involved ranges from 12 to 14 million, with a further estimate of between 500,000 and 2 million dying during the expulsion.
Like the color picture of Nuremberg. Some interesting pictures.