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Fotos a color de la Alemania Nazi

Fotos a color de la Alemania Nazi

1944 Batalla de las Ardenas: Una gran ofensiva alemana contra las fuerzas aliadas en las Ardenas, del 16 diciembre a 25 enero 1945, es la batalla más sangrienta librada por los EE.UU. en la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Soldados alemanes avanzan más allá de un vehículo oruga estadounidense noqueado.

The Battle of the Bulge: July 1944-January 1945

1944 Batalla de las Ardenas: Una gran ofensiva alemana contra las fuerzas aliadas en las Ardenas, del 16 diciembre a 25 enero 1945, es la batalla más sangrienta librada por los EE.UU. en la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Soldados alemanes avanzan más allá de un vehículo oruga estadounidense noqueado.

World War 2 Pill Boxes | World War II German pill box bunker well hidden

World War 2 Pill Boxes | World War II German pill box bunker well hidden

The Santa Barbara Oil Field Was Shelled by a Japanese Submarine

The Santa Barbara Oil Field Was Shelled by a Japanese Submarine

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German Panzer IV tank

German Panzer IV tank

WWIIArmyPictorial6

WWIIArmyPictorial6

7º ejercito en línea sigfrido

7º ejercito en línea sigfrido

Mujer trabajando

Mujer trabajando

(12/12) A member of the German Navy poses with a Canadian machete next to a disabled Allied Churchill tank on the beaches of Dieppe after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid. Although the attack was a disaster for the Allies, they obtained valuable information about German radar and learned important lessons about required equipment and combined arms techniques for successful amphibious landings that would be applied to later landings such as Operation Torch and Operation Overlord.

(12/12) A member of the German Navy poses with a Canadian machete next to a disabled Allied Churchill tank on the beaches of Dieppe after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid. Although the attack was a disaster for the Allies, they obtained valuable information about German radar and learned important lessons about required equipment and combined arms techniques for successful amphibious landings that would be applied to later landings such as Operation Torch and Operation Overlord.

Picture of A color photograph of German troops marching through occupied Paris, 1940 –  at Earth66.com

Picture of A color photograph of German troops marching through occupied Paris, 1940 – at Earth66.com

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