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WWII, Ardennes - Infantry of the 4th Armored Division advance towards German positions as they push forward to relive Bastogne. Despite the reputation of tanks and aircraft, it was the infantry that won most of the battles of WWII.

WWII, Ardennes - Infantry of the Armored Division advance towards German positions as they push forward to relive Bastogne. Despite the reputation of tanks and aircraft, it was the infantry that won most of the battles of WWII.

Grenadiers under the cover of a Pz.Kpfw.35 tank belonging to 6.Armored Division engage the defenders of Leningrad, September 1941.

German infantry combat team proceeds behind a Pz Kpfw 35 tank on the outskirts of Leningrad in Sept

Here a crewman prepares to launch his Panzerwerfer. He is standing on the open hatches, through which rockets are being passed. Note a jerrycan wedged behind the forward wheels to help keep the vehicle from moving when the rockets were fired. The back blast from the Nebelwerfer was very powerful and could often move a vehicle as large as this by a foot.

Here a crewman prepares to launch his Panzerwerfer. He is standing on the open…

German weapons, banners, medals, and regalia as Russian war trophies.

Soviet pile of trophies symbolizing the defeat of Nazi Germany. Firearms, gun medals and banners. In the center lies the standard of the Waffen SS Division "Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler.

WWII, 1944 - Infantryman of the 47th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division hunker down behind an embankment while they wait for the order to advance near Hucheln, Germany, November 26, 1944.

WWII, 1944 - Infantryman of the Infantry Regiment, Infantry Division hunker down behind an embankment while they wait for the order to advance near Hucheln, Germany, November

German soldiers walk the length of an anti-tank ditch at an undisclosed location, Eastern Front, 1941. Note one of the soldiers in the foreground carrying a flamethrower. They all wear the leather collar on their helmets used to hold the camouflage cover in place.

The third man from foreground carries a Flammenwerfer 35 which weighed kilograms of fuel oil. The small cylinder contained the compressed nitrogen.

WW2 in Colour: The Occupation of Kharkov in Colour

Color photos of the city of Kharkiv(Kharkov) taken by a German photographer in During World War II four battles took place for control of the city.

1st Infantry Division Aachen

GIs from the Infantry Division battle through central Aachen (aix la chapelle) on October a day before German defenders finally capitulated.

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