Germany in WW2

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Many kinds of German helmets at the World War II. The picture includes many details.

Many kinds of German helmets at the World War II. The picture includes many details.

World War 2 Pill Boxes | World War II German pill box bunker well hidden

World War 2 Pill Boxes | World War II German pill box bunker well hidden

German soldiers in Belgium in 1940.

German soldiers in Belgium in 1940.

GERMAN RUINS, 1945. U.S. infantrymen move down a street in Waldenburg, Germany, after a raid during World War II, April 1945.

GERMAN RUINS, 1945. U.S. infantrymen move down a street in Waldenburg, Germany, after a raid during World War II, April 1945.

At the end of the war, the largest part of the German armed forces under western Allied control was immediately demobilized. Here, German soldiers at the British No.14 Disbandment Control Unit, Eutin barracks, are handing in all military equipment, insignia and paperwork during the process of demobilization. Each demobbed soldier also received the amount of 40 marks to help him with returning home.

At the end of the war, the largest part of the German armed forces under western Allied control was immediately demobilized. Here, German soldiers at the British No.14 Disbandment Control Unit, Eutin barracks, are handing in all military equipment, insignia and paperwork during the process of demobilization. Each demobbed soldier also received the amount of 40 marks to help him with returning home.

Two young German soldiers armed with panzerfausts and rifles on the move. Lauban (Lubań) Niederschlesien (Lower Silesia) Germany (now Poland). 30 March 1945.

Two young German soldiers armed with panzerfausts and rifles on the move. Lauban (Lubań) Niederschlesien (Lower Silesia) Germany (now Poland). 30 March 1945.

A crew member of a Panzer Mk. III Ausf.J chats to two Grenadiers possibly part of the 38. Korps, 16. Armee which was to the north of Novgorod where it occupied positions on the southern side of the Volkhov salient, which had come into being as a result of the Soviet offensive in January 1942. c. Spring 1942.

A crew member of a Panzer Mk. III Ausf.J chats to two Grenadiers possibly part of the 38. Korps, 16. Armee which was to the north of Novgorod where it occupied positions on the southern side of the Volkhov salient, which had come into being as a result of the Soviet offensive in January 1942. c. Spring 1942.

German soldiers in front of the Eiffel Tower, Paris, 1940. Paris fell to the Germans on 14 June 1940. (Photo by Art Media/Print Collector/Getty Images).soldats allemands en face de la Tour Eiffel, Paris, 1940. Paris est tombé aux Allemands le 14 Juin 1940. (Photo Art Media / Print Collector / Getty Images)

German soldiers in front of the Eiffel Tower, Paris, 1940. Paris fell to the Germans on 14 June 1940. (Photo by Art Media/Print Collector/Getty Images).soldats allemands en face de la Tour Eiffel, Paris, 1940. Paris est tombé aux Allemands le 14 Juin 1940. (Photo Art Media / Print Collector / Getty Images)

Berlin, Germany, The Nazi Minister of Propaganda Josef Goebbels speaking in a street. Goebbels was responsible for controlling the German news media, literature, visual arts, filmmaking, theatre, music, and broadcasting. As the central office of Nazi propaganda, the Reichs Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda comprehensively supervised and regulated the culture and mass media of Nazi Germany.

Berlin, Germany, The Nazi Minister of Propaganda Josef Goebbels speaking in a street. Goebbels was responsible for controlling the German news media, literature, visual arts, filmmaking, theatre, music, and broadcasting. As the central office of Nazi propaganda, the Reichs Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda comprehensively supervised and regulated the culture and mass media of Nazi Germany.

Nazi-looted art is still being sought and recovered more than 70 years after the real men and women of the Army’s Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program, known as the “Monuments Men,” set out to protect European art from Nazi plundering in World War II. National World War II Museum in New Orleans is developed a special gallery to honor the Monuments Men.

Nazi-looted art is still being sought and recovered more than 70 years after the real men and women of the Army’s Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program, known as the “Monuments Men,” set out to protect European art from Nazi plundering in World War II. National World War II Museum in New Orleans is developed a special gallery to honor the Monuments Men.

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