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1937.12 - The moment a Chinese soldier was assassinated by a Japanese soldier during the Nanjing Massacre; Nanjing China

The moment a Chinese man is executed by a Japanese soldier during the Nanking Massacre; 1937 He should have chosen the stake! Hot steak better than a cold chop.

9th Air Force fighter-bombers caught this train trying to cross the Moselle River and destroyed both it and the bridge it was on. (U.S. Air Force photo) Co

Air Force fighter-bombers caught this train trying to cross the Moselle River and destroyed both it and the bridge it was on. Air Force photo) Co

An arial photo from the Battle of The Bulge. Four Panthers from the 4th SS-PzRgt 2 "Das Reich" were immobilized in a minefield (Rt), and three more were knocked out near the main road. Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes region, Pic 2 of 3.

An arial photo from the Battle of The Bulge. Four Panthers from the SS-PzRgt 2 "Das Reich" were immobilized in a minefield (Rt), and three more were knocked out near the main road. Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes region, Pic 2 of

A Long Range Desert Group Chevrolet 30cwt 1533 truck negotiates the slope of a sand dune during a patrol in the desert 27 March 1941.

A Long Range Desert Group Chevrolet 1533 truck negotiates the slope of a sand dune during a patrol in the desert 27 March

The most photographed paratrooper in Normandy the monument to John Steele who was caught on the Sainte-Mère-Église church spire during D-Day

John Steele, Paratrooper The most photographed paratrooper in Normandy is the monument to John Steele who was caught on the Sainte-Mère-Église church spire during D-Day. Fans of Band of Brothers will recognize Ste. Mère Église and its significance.

This is one of the amazing color Kodachrome slides taken by Captain (doctor) George Lage in Normandy. Lage was 2nd battalion surgeon of the 502 PIR, and he posed here with some of his medics. Taken in September, 1944.

is one of the amazing color Kodachrome slides taken by Captain (doctor) George Lage in Normandy. Lage was battalion surgeon of the 502 PIR, and he posed here with some of his medics.

The immediate reaction of German POWs upon being forced by the US Army to watch the uncensored footage of the concentration camps shot by the US Signal Corps.

The reaction of German prisoner's of war, who were forced to watch footage of what happened in the concentration camps. WWII -- Why I'm convinced most of the soldiers had no clue what happened in the camps. Not that I'm defending them, you realize.

Not German but allied Finnish soldiers- stood dead Russian soldiers up to intimidate further attackers, Finland, Winter War 1939

Finnish defenders sometimes took fallen, frozen Russian soldiers and posed them upright as psychological warfare.Body of frozen Soviet soldier propped up by Finnish fighters to intimidate Soviet troops, 1939