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Worst photos from World War II

Troops involved in the evacuation of British soldiers from Dunkirk, which was one of the largest military operations of the war

The 'miracle of Dunkirk' in colour

Troops involved in the evacuation of British soldiers from Dunkirk, which was one of the largest military operations of the war

Couples Kissing Goodbye and Welcome Home Before and After WWII

A British Soldier Kisses His Wife On His Return From Serving With The Armed Forces, 1945

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Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 434

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tree people surreal real life vintage photography , my question isnt why exactly but how ? not a bunch of hippy tree huggers , but a hippy tree hugger funny pictures taken while touring with friends

France, WWII.  This is one of the most beautiful photographs I have ever seen in my entire life.

Near the end of WWII and after liberating a town in Europe from German occupation an Allied soldier welcome that gratitude of a small girl.

Old warriors at rest. This is incredible to me, the juxtapose is beautiful.

Old warriors at rest

After all the years go by the memories of war still litter the old battlefields

The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, World War I, 4 November 1918. One of the most gallant feats of the closing days of the Great War. The brick rampart was crowned with German machine-guns, but the New Zealanders managed to bring up a 30 ft ladder, and ascended in single file amid a hail of bullets, soon driving the enemy down the reverse slope of the bastion and capturing the town. Illustration for The Wonder Book of Soldiers (Ward Lock, c 1920).

The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, World War I, November 1918

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