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Germans Soldiers: WW2: Unseen Pictures

Looks similar to Vietnam, does it not? German soldiers check out a bunker.

A rare image of the Second World War. The western media perhaps avoided this picture. It shows men of the Wehrmacht giving a ceremonial burial to a dead British soldier. Men of honor, all.



German soldiers of the AfrikaKorps. Men making an omelet on a tank turret! What heat!

Invasion of Poland. September 1939.

Poland

Men of the defeated army. Polish army officer with German soldiers

Pardon us for going off-track with this picture. German origin people in Poland massacred by Polish communist (at the behest of Moscow) and some radical Polish groups. This was the cause and motive for the German invasion in September 1939.

Poland. A soldier tends to his wounded comrade-in-arms

A German soldier shares his soup with an old Polish woman.

The highest honour for a German soldier. The Iron Cross.



Hitler goes through the operational plans of invasion of Poland.

Young Germans cheerfully trudge along in Poland.

 The Russian Front. An officer briefs his men.

 In Russia.


Invasion of France. German mortar in action


Invasion of France, May 1940.




France
German soldiers with their trusted alsatians






Panzer men discuss tactics


POW of the French army. Why is the man grinning? With such motivation, no wonder France lost so quickly in 1940. The French soldier shown is of African origin. Probably they were poorly motivated.


Taking the salute in Paris


Top German generals Brauchitsch and Koehler

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2 Comments:

Heil Hitler said...

Awesome page, awesome pictures. German died forever in 1945. :(

Piotr Olsz├│wka Wujek Piotrek said...

You wrote "Pardon us for going off-track with this picture. German origin people in Poland massacred by Polish communist (at the behest of Moscow) and some radical Polish groups. This was the cause and motive for the German invasion in September 1939."
There was no such incident. This is a lie.
Before war communism was prohibited in Poland and communists from Moskwa were traitors for all polish citizens.
Hitler was in pact with Stalin (check "pact Ribbetrop-Molotov") and they planned together attack on Poland, so don't tell about Poland working together with Stalin against german people in Poland. IN FACT HITLER COOPERATED WITH STALIN, not Polish people.
German citizens of Poland were loyal - a lot of them served in polish army in war 1939.
This subscribe to photo is like material of Goebbels's propaganda - lie only.

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