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The Bazooka Blew Things Up Real Good if it didn't kill you first — War Is Boring — A bazooka team with the Airborne Division near Bosson, Belgium, prepares to take aim with their weapon during the Battle of the Bulge.

SdKfz 2 AKA The Kettenkrad Country: Germany Date introduced: 1939 War: WWII Ketten is German for “tracks” and krad is the military abbreviation for the German word kraftrad, which means, “motorcycle.” Known to the Allies as “Rabbits,” the Kettenkrads were some of the most intimidating pieces of Nazi weaponry. They were steered like a typical motorcycle, had the tracks of a tank, and were powered by a heavy-hitting 36-horsepower Opel motor. The pic shows US GI's with a captured one.

US sappers of the Battalion, Infantry Division on captured German half-track motorcycle Kettenkrad (Kettenkrad HK Besvaylere, Germany. From left to right: Corporal Henry Banas, Sergeant John Lewis and Private Everett Turk.

"Wait for Me, Daddy" - One of the most famous Canadian photographs of WWII.

1940 Province newspaper photographer Claude Dettloff took his famous “Wait For Me, Daddy” photo as soldiers marched down Eighth Street to board a waiting boat.

Photographer Robert Capa, left, and Ernest Hemingway, right, accredited as a correspondent for Collier’s magazine, with their Army driver in France shortly before the liberation of Paris.

Robert Capa and Ernest Hemingway with their army driver in France shortly before the liberation of Paris.

American soldiers laugh at German propaganda leaflets that were fired into German lines on the Siegfried line front. | Location: Schalfenburg, Germany.

American soldiers laugh at German propaganda leaflets that were fired into German lines on the Siegfried line.

An American corporal stacks cans of gasoline in preparation for the upcoming invasion of France, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, May 1944.

Frank Scherschel—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images An American corporal stacks cans of gasoline in preparation for the upcoming invasion of France, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, May

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