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Lennart Oesch and Carl Mannerheim at a memorial for the Battle of L├╝tzen, celebrating its 300th anniversary, Germany, 6 Nov 1932French prisoners of war at Oflag IV-C, Colditz Castle, Sachsen, Germany, 1940s
Lennart Oesch and Carl Mannerheim at a memorial for the Battle of L├╝tzen, celebrating its 300th anniversary, Germany, 6 Nov 1932French prisoners of war at Oflag IV-C, Colditz Castle, Sachsen, Germany, 1940s
French prisoners of war at Oflag IV-C, Colditz Castle, Sachsen, Germany, 1940sB-17 bombers amidst heavy flak fire over Merseburg, Germany, circa 1944-1945
French prisoners of war at Oflag IV-C, Colditz Castle, Sachsen, Germany, 1940sB-17 bombers amidst heavy flak fire over Merseburg, Germany, circa 1944-1945
Dresden, Germany in ruins, 14 Feb 1945Ruins of Dresden, Germany, circa 15 Feb 1945; note Frauenkirche church in center
Dresden, Germany in ruins, 14 Feb 1945Ruins of Dresden, Germany, circa 15 Feb 1945; note Frauenkirche church in center
Ruins of the Neumarkt and the Frauenkirche after Allied bombing, Dresden, Germany, circa 15 Feb 1945Bodies of victims of the 13-14 Feb 1945 Dresden bombing piled in the Germania statue plaza, circa mid-Feb 1945
Ruins of the Neumarkt and the Frauenkirche after Allied bombing, Dresden, Germany, circa 15 Feb 1945Bodies of victims of the 13-14 Feb 1945 Dresden bombing piled in the Germania statue plaza, circa mid-Feb 1945
Victims of the 13-14 Feb 1945 bombing on Dresden, GermanyUS troops on the Colditz Castle bridge, Sachsen, Germany, 16 Apr 1945
Victims of the 13-14 Feb 1945 bombing on Dresden, GermanyUS troops on the Colditz Castle bridge, Sachsen, Germany, 16 Apr 1945
Colditz Castle, Sachsen, Germany, late-Apr 1945As Allied troops surrounded Leipzig, Germany, this Volkssturm general committed suicide rather than face surrender, 19 Apr 1945
Colditz Castle, Sachsen, Germany, late-Apr 1945As Allied troops surrounded Leipzig, Germany, this Volkssturm general committed suicide rather than face surrender, 19 Apr 1945
US 69th Infantry Division Captain Hans Trefousse posing with a SdKfz 165 self-propelled gun that he had captured by persuading the German crew to surrender on 25 Apr 1945, near Wurzen, Sachsen, GermanyPolicemen in mourning of Joseph Stalin, Dresden, East Germany, 10 Mar 1953
US 69th Infantry Division Captain Hans Trefousse posing with a SdKfz 165 self-propelled gun that he had captured by persuading the German crew to surrender on 25 Apr 1945, near Wurzen, Sachsen, GermanyPolicemen in mourning of Joseph Stalin, Dresden, East Germany, 10 Mar 1953
Colditz Castle, Sachsen, Germany, 19 Sep 1975
Colditz Castle, Sachsen, Germany, 19 Sep 1975


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