My grandpa was a war crime trial guard for the Pacific theater
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Flag from my Grandfather’s storage unit
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Sorry bout the spam but just wanted to show you guys sgt snowwater
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Normandie Niemen Yak-3 behind a Gnome et Rhone motorcycle.
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My grandpa's small collection of badges from the war crime trials
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Map of my Great Grandfathers tour in the 517th PRCT. Anyone have others like this?
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A Type 95 Ha-Go tank captured by the U.S. Army in Kiska, Alaska, after U.S./Allied forces landed on the island during Operation Cottage (August 1943)
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This is an expansion from my previous photo if you guys are intrested.
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Pictures of my greatgreat-grandfather somewhere in russia
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Immersive CGI recreation using original audio of an RAF Avro Lancaster during a bombing raid of Berlin in September 1943.
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Great Grandfather somewhere in the middle of WW2
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New British Normandy Memorial to British Americans and Canadians who died under British command
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My great uncle on the right, who was a Slovenian partisan during ww2. He is 17 in this photo.
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My Grand-Uncle. Fought for Britain. Don’t know much about him, all I know is that he died mysteriously on a Ship.
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This is Björn Stenseth my grandpas uncle. He was a 2nd lieutenant in the Norwegian partisan group Milorg and was stationed Scotland most of the war working as a radio receiver and translator. He was paradropped into Norway a month before the war ended and was promoted to captain after the war.
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My great grandfather who is a Wachtmeister (Because he was in transport company) (same rank to feldwebel) in 1938 during his wedding.
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I recently bought a old canteen, I think it is WWll era but I do not know where it came from etc. It says “PSL 59” on it, if anyone knows where it is from who it belonged to, it would be very helpful.
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Dak over Normandy. Took this near Omaha beach on a recent trip.
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I got a few Zehn marks
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Major General Willis H. Hale, commander of the 7th Air Force, poses in front of a B-24 with a “special” bomb.
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The Lost Evidence: D-Day (2004) [544p] - Recounts the moments of key battles in the European and Pacific theaters through the use of recently unearthed reconnaissance photos that were taken during the actual battle as well as in the days and weeks prior.
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The Fall Of Addis Ababa - Pathe Gazette Special (1941)
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My father put together this display in honor of his fathers legacy, my grandfather. He was a WWII Army Sergeant who was a map carrier and scout. He landed in Utah beach on D day and followed Patton through all 5 major land battles in Germany. He was one of the greatest generation. RIP Sgt.
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C-47's Over Normandy, Parachute drop at Ranville 2019, 75th Anniversary ...
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My grandad (left) in flying gear
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Capitulation: The Final Hours (2016) [720p] - May 8, 1945. While the Allied troops were parading through liberated towns to cheering crowds, the Second World War was in its final, apocalyptic hours. The weeks preceding the end of the conflict would usher in a new world.
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My buddy showed me this photo today and were trying to find his rank, could any of you give us some information?
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Knight Area made a tribute to the soldiers of D-Day (supported by the Dutch Veterans association)
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So, it's been 75 years since the bloodiest year of WW2 so I will just leave a picture of the 3 generals who fought on the European Western Front: Dwight D. Eisenhower, Omar Bradley and George S. Patton Jr.
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King tiger being transported in Sweden (1947)
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