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Um soldado alemão da infantaria de assalto premiado com bronze e prata. A prata era dada para soldados que participaram de mais de três assaltos e o bronze tinha significado similar, mas para os soldados motorizados. #HerBarãoVermelho

A German soldier with a badge on his chest in Stalingrad Russia Nov 1942

A French colonial prisoner of war in German captivity, 1940.  Colorized by retropotamus.

A French colonial prisoner in German captivity, Vichy France, Source: German Federal Archives

American Officer Gives Water to Wounded German Soldier, Limay, France 1944 by Unknown Artist

"V1 lands in London."

A flying bomb lands in a street off Drury Lane, London 1944 [[MORE]] Tokyo_Yosomono: OK the picture was taken on Fleet st right about 62 Fleet St London, England

Containing vintage footage, WORLD WAR II HOMEFRONT is a fascinating documentary about the roles women played on American soil during wartime.

WWII - World War II Homefront, Volume The film industry joins with Uncle Sam in this solid collection of patriotic shorts.

A German girl being led from a Berlin train station –  having been gang-raped by Polish youths (typically, war orphans)  who regularly boarded trains to rob or rape German refugees fleeing Poland

A German girl being led from a Berlin train station – having been gang-raped by Polish youths (typically, war orphans) who regularly boarded trains to rob or rape German refugees fleeing Poland. 2 million German women were raped by allied troops.

Joseph Goebbels ( right) during a visit to Greece in derBesichtigung the Acropolis in Athens ; left : Mayor KonstantinKotzias ; in the background of the Parthenon

Joseph Goebbels ( right) during a visit to Greece in derBesichtigung the Acropolis in Athens ; in the background of the Parthenon

April 27, 1941: The German army enters the Greek capital, signaling the end of Greek resistance. All mainland Greece and all the Greek Aegean islands except Crete are under German occupation by May 11. In fending off the Axis invaders, the Greeks suffer the loss of 15,700 men. Greece will not be liberated until 1944, by British troops from the Mediterranean theater. (history.com) Photo:  Second World War. The marshal von Brauchitsch (1881-1948) and the Dr Wrede visiting the Acropolis of…

April The German army enters the Greek capital, signaling the end of Greek resistance. All mainland Greece and all the Greek Aegean islands except Crete are under German occupation by May.

Thessaly, Greece, 1942-1944. Greek kids joined the resistance against the Axis Triple occupation of the country. They were organized in "Aetopoula" (i.e. Young Eagles) affiliated to EAM (i.e. National Liberation Front). They mostly served carrying messages to resistants. Here, four Aetopoula, show the marks or torture by the German occupation forces at Thessaly, perhaps in 1944. They were released because the Germans couldn't break them & spared their lives.

children - Greek resistance fighters were known as "Aetopoula" (Young Eagles). The photo features four Aetopoula who'd been captured, tortured and, apparently, later released by the German occupation forces at Thessaly c.