Marines pinned down on Iwo
/r/ww22 members of the Hone Guard with a Smith Gun
/r/ww2German Panzergrenadier training film [English Subtitles]
/r/ww2Original color photos of American troops in and near the town of St. Vith, Belgium, January 1945.
/r/ww2During WW2 Ljubljana became a border town
/r/ww2Red Army Nurse taking care of battlefield casualty somewhere on the Eastern Front
/r/ww2Last sunday, a WW2 250kg bomb was found in front of my house - Dortmund, Germany
/r/ww2Some of the images my partner and I found in her grandmas attic. Not seen by the family ever. There are around 80 or so images.
/r/ww2A U.S., Soviet, and British Soldier share a Camel Cigarette in Torgau, April 1945
/r/ww2Early war front seam fixed bale M1 steel pot with original hardware and liner. From my collection.
/r/ww2Luftwaffe Duels USAAF Bombers 1944 [HD Colour]
/r/ww2Can anyone tell my anything about this photo of my grandpa (pictured far right), perhaps what kind of bomb this is?
/r/ww2What tank is this?
/r/ww2My father, Raymond Kitchell, on patrol as an MP in Rouen, France after VJ Day
/r/ww2My Grandfather (bottom right) as a junior officer in the Polish Light Cavalry circa 1938
/r/ww2Captured German Messerschmitt on display at Preston market square Lancashire UK 1943 and today 2020
/r/ww2Newspaper dated May 8th 1945 right after the Germans announced their surrender. Picked it up for just 20$ on Kijiji
/r/ww2Grouping from a B-29 Radioman. His Squadron was on of the first with the Superfortress, and he circumnavigated the Earth as a result of his service.
/r/ww2Recently brought this Japanese flag. I don’t know much about it. What do you guys think?
/r/ww2I would love to have one of these, they weren't mass produced but they look cool
/r/ww2I hate when people say "that gun is beat to hell, why would you wanna pay over 1k for it?" Dude, it was in a war and has the scars to prove it. Why wouldn't you want them? It's part of the gun and history of it now. You guys agree?
/r/ww2Junkers ju 87 Stuka
/r/ww2German Generals - World War II [HD Colour]
/r/ww2Hitler Stalingrad Speech 1942 [HD Colour]
/r/ww2I bought some kar 98 ammo pouches and this one has a name; does this name mean anything?
/r/ww2Twin brothers in U.S. Army, Ptes Roy & Ray Whield who are among American reinforcements in Australia, 1942
/r/ww2Battle of Iwo Jima 1945 [HD Colour]
/r/ww2This first shipment of the new American Pershing tanks arrived in Antwerp in January 1945. They were given to the US 3rd and 9th Armored Divisions.
/r/ww2Junkers. I recently went to an air museum