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vintage everyday: The 20 Most Badass Photos of Animals from World War II

vintage everyday: The 20 Most Badass Photos of Animals from World War II

“Wojtek the soldier bear”. /WWII/ Wojtek was officially enlisted in the Polish Army and given the rank of Private

“Wojtek the soldier bear”. /WWII/ Wojtek was officially enlisted in the Polish Army and given the rank of Private

"How about moving over, Bud?" - A scouting dog and a US Marine who is comfortably occupying a foxhole in Guam, during World War II, 1944 - [2165x2160]

"How about moving over, Bud?" - A scouting dog and a US Marine who is comfortably occupying a foxhole in Guam, during World War II, 1944 - [2165x2160]

Grandniece of Himmler, has NOT refused to have children to end her great-uncle's bloodline. She believes the idea of good or evil being passed through bloodlines is itself a reflection of Nazi ideology. - Page 2 of 2

Grandniece of Himmler, has NOT refused to have children to end her great-uncle's bloodline. She believes the idea of good or evil being passed through bloodlines is itself a reflection of Nazi ideology. - Page 2 of 2

Hitler, victorious in Poland, visits a hospital train en route back home.

Hitler, victorious in Poland, visits a hospital train en route back home.

Helmut Fickel was a highly decorated Stuka pilot and a Oberleutnant in the Luftwaffe during World War II and a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross He was awarded with the Knight´s Cross by Rudel, on June 9th, 1944.. During his career he flew 800 missions.Helmut Fickel was captured by British troops in May 1945.

Helmut Fickel was a highly decorated Stuka pilot and a Oberleutnant in the Luftwaffe during World War II and a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross He was awarded with the Knight´s Cross by Rudel, on June 9th, 1944.. During his career he flew 800 missions.Helmut Fickel was captured by British troops in May 1945.

Röhm salutes Hitler during the Nazi Party-day rally at Nuremberg in September 1933 - ever-dutiful in public but increasingly contemptuous of Hitler in private.

Röhm salutes Hitler during the Nazi Party-day rally at Nuremberg in September 1933 - ever-dutiful in public but increasingly contemptuous of Hitler in private.

Adolf Hitler and King Viktor Emanuel III. - during the naval review on board of the war ship ‘Conte Cavour’

Adolf Hitler and King Viktor Emanuel III. - during the naval review on board of the war ship ‘Conte Cavour’

September 7, 1940: Moments after The Tripartite Pact was signed by Japan, Italy, and Germany, formalizing what would be known as the Axis alliance.

September 7, 1940: Moments after The Tripartite Pact was signed by Japan, Italy, and Germany, formalizing what would be known as the Axis alliance.

Adolph Hitler acknowledges cheers of the crowd as he left the Berlin Lustgarten, May 8, 1939

Adolph Hitler acknowledges cheers of the crowd as he left the Berlin Lustgarten, May 8, 1939

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