Bodies of German soldiers killed during brutal hand-to-hand fighting with troops of the Soviet 1st Ukrainian Front, Breslau, 1945.
Excellent color photo of men of the Blue Division (Spanish: División #Azul, German: #Blaue #Division), or 250. Infanterie-Division in the German Army, a unit of Spanish volunteers that served in the German Army on the Eastern Front during WW2.
Surrender of Stalingrad, 1943. Group of von Paulus’ officers taken prisoners by the soviets at Stalingrad, World war ll.
Omaha Beach, Desembarco de Normandía 12 junio 1944, misa sobre el capó de un jeep Robert Capa
A smiling GI carrying a "grease gun" (M3) herds a group of teenage German soldiers in the last days of the war.
Near Bastogne. December 23rd, 1944. German prisoner of war captured by US forces during the Battle of the Bulge//Robert Capa
French Resistance member Georges Blind smiling in front of a German execution squad. October 1944. It was a mock execution intended to make him talk. Georges never did. He was forwarded to a concentration camp, where he was selected for termination on arrival, dying some time in late November 1944.
Fotos poco usuales sobre la División Azul Al menos para mi