German battleship Gneisenau, also described as a battlecruiser.
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33 War Photos That Show The Cheerful Darkness of the Human Race
Hans-Adolf Prützmann (1901-1945) was an SS and Police Leader and a Waffen-SS-Obergruppenführer. He was a senior Nazi in the administration of Latvia following the German conquest of that country in 1941, and was involved in carrying out the Holocaust in the Baltic States. After the war, Prützmann was arrested as a war criminal and committed suicide while in custody. His remorseless, cold eyes in this 1934 photograph are chilling.
August Von Mackensen fue uno de los líderes militares Alemanes mas importantes durante esta época .Se alisto como voluntario en 1869 en el 2º regimiento de Húsares, en Leszno y fue ascendido subteniente en la guerra franco-prusiana (1870-1871). Al estallar la primera guerra mundial estaba al mando del XVII cuerpo del ejército y formó parte en las batallas de Gumbinnen y Tannenberg. Estuvo a cargo del Gobierno militar alemán en Rumania desde 1917 hasta el final de la guerra.
Douglas MacArthur barking orders at his subordinates. Inchon, South Korea - 1950.
Anton Ludwig August von Mackensen (1849-1945) was a German Field Marshal during World War I and became one of the German Empire's most prominent military leaders. Generalfeldmarschall von Mackensen is seen wearing the Totenkopf "Death's Head" on his head gear, which was a German military emblem since the 18th century (ca. 1918).
Someone posted "... never leave a man behind." An amazing photo, I would like to know the details. Cannot believe it isn't famous, ... or is it? howiespeaks.com
I don't know where this picture is from, but, I had to re-pin it. It made me think of how I have been lucky enough, in my job, to meet some WW II Veterans. Sometimes, they will share stories with me. I am very thankful for the opportunity to have spoken with these brave men and hear their stories. ***My dad served in the Marines in WWII...