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1941 The Fatal Attraction of Adolph Hitler part 1 - YouTube

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Scene at German surrender in World War II, Reims, France, May 7, 1945.

Scene at German surrender in World War II, Reims, France, May 7, 1945.

Much of the strategic planning for World War II's Operation Barbarossa was carried out at Adolf Hitler's Alpine retreat -- the Berghof -- during high-level conferences such as this one.

Nazi Germany Conquers France: April 1940-December 1940

Much of the strategic planning for World War II's Operation Barbarossa was carried out at Adolf Hitler's Alpine retreat -- the Berghof -- during high-level conferences such as this one.

Alfred Josef Ferdinand Jodl was born on the 10th of May 1890 in Würzburg. He attended a Cadet School in Munich, which he graduated in 1910. Then he became an artillery officer and, during World War I,...

Alfred Josef Ferdinand Jodl was born on the 10th of May 1890 in Würzburg. He attended a Cadet School in Munich, which he graduated in 1910. Then he became an artillery officer and, during World War I,...

Gen. Alfred Jodl, Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OKW or Chief of the High Command of the German Armed Forces), signing the instrument of unconditional surrender by Germany, ending the war in Europe. He signed in the early hours of May 7, 1945, effective in the evening of May 8, the day recognized as V-E Day. Jodl was hanged after a trial in Nuremburg for signing the notorious Commando and Commissar Orders, calling for the summary executions of all commando prisoners and Russian political…

Gen. Alfred Jodl, Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OKW or Chief of the High Command of the German Armed Forces), signing the instrument of unconditional surrender by Germany, ending the war in Europe. He signed in the early hours of May 7, 1945, effective in the evening of May 8, the day recognized as V-E Day. Jodl was hanged after a trial in Nuremburg for signing the notorious Commando and Commissar Orders, calling for the summary executions of all commando prisoners and Russian political…

American troops in the Philippines celebrate the long-awaited news that Japan has, finally, unconditionally, surrendered in August 1945.

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American troops in the Philippines celebrate the long-awaited news that Japan has, finally, unconditionally, surrendered in August 1945.

This photograph shows a German Einsatzgruppe firing squad shooting Jews in an open pit near Dubossary (now Moldova) in September 1941. When the Germans invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, these killing squads rounded up and shot Jewish men, women and children; communist officials; and others considered racially and ideologically dangerous. Surviving Jews were then forced into ghettos.

This photograph shows a German Einsatzgruppe firing squad shooting Jews in an open pit near Dubossary (now Moldova) in September 1941. When the Germans invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, these killing squads rounded up and shot Jewish men, women and children; communist officials; and others considered racially and ideologically dangerous. Surviving Jews were then forced into ghettos.

Dr. Herta Oberheuser killed children with  injections, then removed their limbs and vital organs. The time from the injection to death was between three and five minutes, with the person being fully conscious until the last moment. During the Holocaust she made some of the most gruesome and painful medical experiments, focused on deliberately inflicting wounds on the subjects. In order to simulate the combat wounds of German soldiers fighting in the war,

Dr. Herta Oberheuser killed children with injections, then removed their limbs and vital organs. The time from the injection to death was between three and five minutes, with the person being fully conscious until the last moment. During the Holocaust she made some of the most gruesome and painful medical experiments, focused on deliberately inflicting wounds on the subjects. In order to simulate the combat wounds of German soldiers fighting in the war,

After the war, the people who were responsible for the crimes committed during the Holocaust were put on trial. The trials took place in Nuremberg, Germany where judges were from the Allied powers

After the war, the people who were responsible for the crimes committed during the Holocaust were put on trial. The trials took place in Nuremberg, Germany where judges were from the Allied powers

German prisoners captured by paratroopers of the 82nd American Division during the fighting in Belgium.

German prisoners captured by paratroopers of the 82nd American Division during the fighting in Belgium.

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