German Luftwaffe Air Security / Controller on the phone in 1941 (colourised)
/r/ww2Avro Lancaster at the Royal Air force museum in London
/r/ww2U.S. Army Military Policemen toasting bread over molten lava from Mount Vesuvius on the Gulf of Naples, Italy. The volcano’s spectacular eruption, which began on March 18, 1944
/r/ww2What is the rope on the Germans jacket mean?(left)
/r/ww2The memorial of an American pilot who crashed and died in a field in my hometown.
/r/ww2Is there anywhere one can witness bomber formation flying as seen in this video (B-17s & P-51s)? I would travel the world for this.
/r/ww2HITLERS REAL VOICE. This was recorded without his knowledge and was ordered to be destroyed. Obviously however, it survived.
/r/ww2Krupp K5 in Audinghen, France
/r/ww2Seventy five years ago, German troops plundered and burned the National Library of Warsaw, while occupying the capital of Poland.
/r/ww2German M35 double decal helmet
/r/ww2Remains of the Atlantic wall - Gun Emplacement - Somewhere in Normandy??? [3888x259]
/r/ww2Anyone know what this is new or old
/r/ww2German soldiers setting up Goliath Tacked mines during the Warsaw Uprising. August, 1944
/r/ww2One of my favorite memories from the last day of Osh19, an F-18 and F4U Corsair heritage flight over B29 Doc preparing for takeoff
/r/ww2AA Cannon and beach defences near quiberon, Brittany, France. Small bunker complex with 4 linked building and floor rails joining together .
/r/ww2BO-UK 1 flight chronograph from a Messerschmitt bf 109.
/r/ww215 spitfires back over the south of England . Duxford September 2019
/r/ww2USAAF Aviation Cadets, Carlstrom Field, sometime 1942-1945
/r/ww2Get the Auschwitz memorial to the 750k followers for the 75th anniversary of the liberation , follow please my like minded people
/r/ww2Lancaster Bomber of the BBMF (Battle of Britain Memorial Flight) testing her engines. Just listen to that Merlin
/r/ww2German Bunker telescope, still works!! - Le Grand Bunker, Ouistreham. Gives a great view over sword beach
/r/ww2Gun emplacements -Longues-sur-Mer, Normandy. Multiple emplacements, observation points, machine gun nests and quarters all free to climb and walk around
/r/ww2Pegasus Bridge, Ouistreham, Normandy. One of my favourite story’s of the war, if given the full HBO treatment could make a great mini series!!
/r/ww2A Sgt. of the 2nd Armored Div. with some souvenirs, April 1945
/r/ww2sally B, the last airworthy B17 in the UK
/r/ww2Found this survival account in a binder from my grandfather. 90th B-24 Bomb Group - February 1943. Tale of intense bravery and survivability. Can anyone provide any info on this?
/r/ww2Would you ride the Holocoaster?
/r/ww2Trench system at a Utah Beach museum - using real casemate positions
/r/ww2Anybody have the story about the WW2 Italian CV33 Tankette Captured by US Troops in Iraq? I remembered it but can’t find the article.
/r/ww2Remote control mine- German , not sure if these were ever used?