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German airborne troops at Gran Sasso, Italy, 12 Sep 1943

German airborne troops at Gran Sasso, Italy, 12 Sep 1943

You never know who's on the wires! Be careful what you say. Unknown artist.

British World War Two propaganda artworks released on Wikipedia

Some things never change.Be Careful What You Say -You Never Know Who's On The Wires, WWII Careless Talk poster (Photo by The National Archives/SSPL/Getty Images)

German World War 2 Colour Finnish Soldiers With Skulls On Their Helmets

German World War 2 Colour Finnish Soldiers With Skulls On Their Helmets - pin by Paolo Marzioli

#skeletonwar<<<< it doesn't take guts to join..... was that good? Was that a good one????

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Enlist so that when the time comes you'll be ready to fight for our people.

London, Paddington Station. Children being evacuated by train as bombing raids intensify. Life in London during The Blitz of World War II. 1940.

Children being evacuated to the countryside by train at Paddington Station, as Luftwäffe bombing raids intensify during The Blitz of World War II, 1940

WWI. British troops advance in the Battle of the Somme, 1916. Nota: con riserva di dubbi a proposito di un'istantanea di questa qualità, negli anni della Prima Guerra Mondiale.

9 Members of the Black Watch, one of the famed Scottish regiments, undergo rough training in South Coast sector of England, in The men were training to be combat parachutists.

The ships, planes, vehicles and troops needed to launch the D-Day invasion

D-Day: How was the biggest ever seaborne invasion launched?

Here's a an Infographic of the allied assault on d-day for Memorial Day.

Doomed? One of the most iconic images of the war shows soldiers of the Royal Irish Rifles waiting to join the offensive on the Somme on 1 Ju...

Dramatic photographs from WW1 that show the carnage... and courage

Soldiers of the Royal Irish Rifles waiting to join the offensive on the Somme on 1 July, There were British casualties that day - almost died. The battle continued until mid-November, but no other day produced such appalling losses.

Troops loading a 4000 lb Cookie bomb into a Lancaster bomber. 1940

loading a 4000 lb Cookie bomb into a Lancaster bomber. Later, 2 and then 3 Cookies were bolted together, producing 8000 lb and lb blast bombs.

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