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Easy Company members Joe Liebgott, Eugene Roe and Burton Christenson in Eindhoven, 1944.

Easy Company members Joe Liebgott, Eugene Roe and Burton Christenson in Eindhoven, 1944.

Shell-shock during World War II. I love this photo. It shows so much in this simple scene from war.

Shell-shock during World War II. I love this photo. It shows so much in this simple scene from war.

I can't really choose between all these photos; they're all adorable.  I just like the touches represented, years and years ago despite all the intolerance and hatred, these people were holding and loving each other tenderly. That's brave....

I can't really choose between all these photos; they're all adorable. I just like the touches represented, years and years ago despite all the intolerance and hatred, these people were holding and loving each other tenderly. That's brave....

Jeńcy sowieccy w niewoli niemieckiej (1941–1945) - Wikiwand

Jeńcy sowieccy w niewoli niemieckiej (1941–1945) - Wikiwand

An American soldier receives a kiss in gratitude for the liberation of Paris during World War II. (August 25, 1944). @Mark Kelty via Tein Traniello

An American soldier receives a kiss in gratitude for the liberation of Paris during World War II. (August 25, 1944). @Mark Kelty via Tein Traniello

World War II

World War II

A German soldier helping a Candian medic move his wounded comrade.

A German soldier helping a Candian medic move his wounded comrade.

Hitler digging the first shovelful of earth at the ceremony for the Reichsautobahn, Frankfurt, Germany, 1933

Hitler digging the first shovelful of earth at the ceremony for the Reichsautobahn, Frankfurt, Germany, 1933

How 'the longest day'  -  June 6, 1944, in Normandy  -  ended for two desperately burned soldiers of the British Army.  They were almost certainly tank crewmen, who faced a terrible fate if they were hit by enemy fire. Sherman tanks were known with black humour as Ronsons or Tommy Cookers, because they 'brewed up' so readily.  The men who manned the tanks learned to jump for their lives the moment a shell struck  -  if they were lucky enough to be still able to do so.

How 'the longest day' - June 6, 1944, in Normandy - ended for two desperately burned soldiers of the British Army. They were almost certainly tank crewmen, who faced a terrible fate if they were hit by enemy fire. Sherman tanks were known with black humour as Ronsons or Tommy Cookers, because they 'brewed up' so readily. The men who manned the tanks learned to jump for their lives the moment a shell struck - if they were lucky enough to be still able to do so.

American soldiers holding the front line in Bastogne, during the Battle of the Bulge.

American soldiers holding the front line in Bastogne, during the Battle of the Bulge.

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