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A Soviet and an American soldier, Elbe River, 1945.

Post-war period - World War II - Allied forces - - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. Two soldiers, one American and one of the Red Army from Azerbaijan hug for a picture in July Photo: Yevgeny Khaldei

US Navy Miles Davis King carrying a loaded magazine for a 20-mm gun aboard CVE USS Tulagi en route to France August 1944.

[Photo] US Navy African-American Miles Davis King carrying a loaded magazine for a gun aboard CVE USS Tulagi en route to France, Aug 1944

Veterans of the Battle of Peleliu, these Marines were Navajo and Comanche code talkers.

Floyd Saupitty (Comanche), and PFC Alex Williams (Navajo) five months after participating in the battle of Peleliu - 1945

Joseph R. Beyrle (August 25, 1923 – December 12, 2004) is thought to be the only American soldier to have served with both the United States Army and the Soviet Army in World War II. Born in Muskegon, Michigan, Beyrle graduated from high school in 1942 with the promise of a scholarship to the University of Notre Dame, but enlisted in the army instead.

Joseph Beyrle - a US soldier who fought in both the US and the Soviet Army. He was a paratrooper, captured by the Nazis, escaped towards Poland and hooked up with a Soviet Tang Regiment.

A German soldier from Army Group North is lifted aloft by a deliriously happy population of Riga on 2 July 1941, following the Latvian capital’s liberation from the hated Soviet occupation. (Robert Hunt Library)

A German soldier from Army Group North is lifted aloft by a deliriously happy population of Riga, Latvia, 1941

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Soviet infantry sapper, Ukraine Dressed in two-part camouflage amoeba suit with steel breast plate for protection when clearing land mines. Weapon is a DP light machine gun.

Philipp Yakovlevich Rubaho Kills 346, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Philipp Yakovlevich Rubaho Kills pin by Paolo Marzioli

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