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Saying good-bye, Not knowing if we would see them again but ever praying they would return.

Goodbye at Pennsylvania Station, 1944 photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt

The incredible story of D-Day, as told through photos | Rare

How did 4 members of the U.S. military end up dead in Niger? No one seems to know for sure

A freed prisoner beating a German camp guard at the liberated Dachau Concentration Camp in 1945.

'FINALLY PAYBACK" A freed prisoner beating a German camp guard at the liberated Dachau Concentration Camp in The American soldier does not interfere, knowing how much pain this man has gone through.

Red Army nurse attending the wounded.

Russian nurse helping wounded soldier on battlefront, WWII. Photo by Olga Lander.

WOMEN AT WORK IN ENGLAND, 1941.  Women kept the country running while men fought the war. My great-grandmother Agnes was actually a pilot and aircraft technician in Cheshire.  Hardcore!

16 year old Stella Day drills a hole in a wooden beam during the production of huts, England 1941

Soldado alemán. Stalingrado. 1942

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German soldier, western front, WW I, /Soldat allemand sur le front de l'Est.

Soviet female snipers during WW2. Usually they were from Siberia, where hunting was a way of life and sometimes women had to take care of feeding the family, including a husband.

Soviet female snipers during Usually they were from Siberia, where hunting was a way of life and sometimes women had to take care of feeding the family, including a husband.

Eastern front, 1943

bag-of-dirt: “German soldiers photographed after a street fight in Novorossiysk during Operation Edelweiss, the German plan to gain control over the Caucasus region and capture the oil fields of Baku.

GERMAN PRISONERS IN THE ALLIED CAPTIVITY, 1914-1918

Q German prisoners of war loading hay onto a wagon on a British farm.

German prisoners captured during an Allied raid on German-Italian position in Sened, Tunisia on February 27, 1943. The hatless soldier stated that he was only twenty years old.

German prisoners captured during an Allied raid on German-Italian position in Sened, Tunisia on February The hatless soldier stated that he was only twenty years old. (AP Photo) War II: The North African Campaign - In Focus - The Atlantic