This is how the Nazi propaganda machine saw America
A nurse from the American Army in France after the Normandy landings
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This was during the Battle for Berlin. The Russian soldier drags the lifeless German.
In the dying days of Nazi Germany in 1945 as the Russians were coming close to Berlin. Old men and boys were enlisted in the Volkssturm to defend the capital. The old man (probably a veteran of WW1) is taught how to handle the panzerfaust (anti-tank gun)
When it was all over. When last gun fell silent in Berlin. 1945
Same time. Near the German Reichstag.
One wonders if the picture is genuine. If it is, then Hitler's Extermination squads in Russia were inhuman.
The effect of the war on children. A German boy plays with guns.
German plane moments before it crashed
Hitler's Extermination squad in action in Russia
Tit for tat. This is what the Russians did to a German corporal
This is what the men from Wehrmacht thought of the Western Front. The Russians shared the opinion.
The Nazis disapproved of Germans from having a relationship with people of 'lower' races. This German woman is being punished publicly.
These Fraulein are getting military training
Currency in Nazi Germany
A classroom in Nazi Germany.
Russians helping themselves with parts of German tanks. This was after the war ended
The three major figures from the Nazi regime that remained alive (besides Goering); Albert Speer, Jodl and Doenitz
A screaming Stuka dive bomber goes for the kill
Boys from the Volkssturm. They were to stop the Russians from coming into Berlin
Some old men from the Volkssturm. The Hitler regime turned to them in the dying moments of the war.
COLOR VIDEO: VOLKSSTURN
Rare Unseen Pictures From WW2: Part 1
Rare Unseen Pictures From WW2: Part 2