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japónUna vista de noche de la quema de Toyama, Japón el 1 de agosto de 1945, después de 173 estadounidenses B-29 bombarderos lanzaron bombas incendiarias sobre la ciudad. Anteriormente un gran productor de aluminio, la ciudad fue del 95,6% demolido.

BRUTALITY: A night view of burning Toyama, Japan on August after 173 American bombers dropped incendiary bombs on the city. Formerly a big producer of aluminum, the city was demolished.- Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

A ten-year-old Polish girl named Kazimiera Mika, mourns the death of her older sister, who was killed in a field in Warsaw during a German air raid. - Collections Search - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

A ten-year-old Polish girl named Kazimiera Mika, mourns the death of her older sister, who was killed in a field in Warsaw during a German air raid.

Marines landing on Iwo Jima.

US Marines - Marines landing on Iwo Jima

Sikh prisoners sitting in the traditional cross legged prayer position.

Japanese troops using prisoners of war for target practice, 1942

Amazing...  Aerial view of a system of trenches, 1917. The image shows a system of trenches made ​​during the First World War. On the right you can see the trenches of the Germans and the English are left, in the center is the no mans land." The photo was taken in Artois, France, on July 22, 1917.

July 1917 - An aerial view of the World War I Loos-Hulluch trench system in France. British trenches are situated on the left of the photo, and German trenches on the right. In the middle of the two is no man’s land.

Dozens of bombs fall from a U.S. bomber toward Japanese-occupied Kiska Island, Alaska, on August 10, 1943. Note the craters from previous bombing runs and the zig-zag trenches dug by the Japanese. (USAF)

World War II: Battle of Midway and the Aleutian Campaign

Dozens of bombs fall from a U. bomber toward Japanese-occupied Kiska Island, Alaska, on August Note the craters from previous bombing runs and the zig-zag trenches dug by the Japanese.

U.S.General Patton... Importance to war: He lead our tank division in WWII, and most well known U.S General

Top 10 famous Generals of World War 2

My grandad was under Patton in WWII.General Patton was one of the most well known generals in He was a tank commander who helped "drive" the allies to victory.

18 Charred remains of Japanese civilians after the March 10, 1945 firebombing of Tokyo. That night, some 300 U.S. B-29 bombers dropped 1,700 tons of incendiary bombs on the largest city in Japan, resulting in the deaths of an estimated 100,000 people -- the single deadliest air raid of World War II. (Koyo Ishikawa) #

Charred remains of Japanese civilians after the 10 March 1945 firebombing of Tokyo Ishikawa Koyo Wikipedia - "Bombing of Tokyo"

Vire, France after bombing.-

Ruins of Vire, France after Bombing, 1944 by Unknown Artist

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