The German general who told Hitler to go screw himself-click for name and bio-He outlived Hitler!

German General Paul Emil Von Lettow-Vorbeck - He told Hitler to 'Go Screw Himself' - He Outlived Hitler.

March 1944: A child in the Ozarichy hostage holding camp tries to wake up his mother, who has been murdered by the Germans.

A Russian girl touches her dead mother after the liberation of the Ozarichi concentration camp in Belarus, March 1944

Cheese Spaetzle (Käsespätzle) is the German version of Mac and Cheese! Made with german egg noodles and Emmental cheese. This Bavarian dish is special enough for an Oktoberfest party but so easy that you can make it every day!

Cheese Spaetzle (Käsespätzle) is the German version of Mac and Cheese! Made with german egg noodles and Emmental cheese. This Bavarian dish is special enough for an Oktoberfest party but so easy that you can make it every day!

WWII Enigma Cipher Machine.  This highly important three-rotor Enigma deciphering machine was used by the Nazis during World War II. It is believed that acquisition of an Enigma, and the subsequent deciphering of the German codes by the Allies, shortened the war in Europe by at least two years. Examples of Enigma machines are exceptionally rare and almost all known models are in museums.

Very Rare WWII Enigma Cipher Machine. This highly important three-rotor Enigma deciphering machine was used by the Nazis during World War II. It is believed that acquisition of an Enigma, and the.

Use up day-old buns and bread in these famous Southern German dumplings, and enjoy a versatile side dish with any savory meal – at Oktoberfest, and beyond! This is a great way to add some Bavarian flair to your menu. Find the recipe here: http://foodal.com/recipes/german-recipes/bread-dumplings/

Classic German Bread Dumplings

Use up day-old buns and bread in these famous Southern German dumplings, and enjoy a versatile side dish with any savory meal – at Oktoberfest, and beyond! This is a great way to add some Bavarian flair to your menu.

Black soldier in the German Army WW1. What I wouldn't give to know the particulars of THIS story...

"Black soldier in the German Army What I wouldn't give to know the particulars of THIS story." Probably from one of Germany's African colonies also maybe lived in Germany or even born there.

One of the most-visited graves in Jerusalem belongs to Oskar Schindler, the German factory-owner and Nazi Party member credited with saving the lives of 1098 Jews during the Second World War.    His grave in the Catholic cemetery on the southern slope of Mount Zion is visited by Jews, Christians and people of no religious faith

Oskar Schindler, credited with saving the lives of 1098 Jews during the WWII. His grave in the Catholic cemetery on the southern slope of Mount Zion is visited by Jews, Christians and people of no religious faith

11.2002 - A bit spooky looking with this coloring, but an otherwise attractive Amadeus Mozart as depicted by the German federal police force, the BKA. Their composite artists worked with contemporary portraits of artists supplied by the theatrical archive at Cologne University.

Facial composite of Mozart, circa 1777, created by the German Federal Criminal Police Office from four contemporary portait paintings.

Facial composite of Mozart, circa created by the German Federal Criminal Police Office from four contemporary portrait paintings. (Were the German Police trying to locate Mozart?

Children gaze out at the photographer just prior to their execution. An estimated one million Jewish children died in the Holocaust, most of them in the gas chambers of the death camps. As the Germans swept into Soviet territory, they sometimes turned the task of killing Jewish children over to their Ukrainian allies.   (Photo: Central State Archive of Film, Photo and Phonographic Documents / United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archive.)

A group of young children gaze out at the photographer just prior to their execution by an Einsatzkommando. (Photo: Central State Archive of Film, Photo and Phonographic Documents / United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archive.

A Dutch woman who survived the "Hongerwinter" the Hunger Winter of 1944-45 when the occupied Netherlands was denied any food or fuel by the Germans.

A Dutch woman who survived the "Hongerwinter", the Hungry Winter of 1944-45 in which the occupied Netherlands was denied any food or fuel by the Germans as punishment for supporting the Allies.[500x745]

A Dutch woman who survived the "Hongerwinter" the Hunger Winter of when the occupied Netherlands was denied food and fuel by the Germans.

The German Researcher: How To Get The Most Out Of An LDS Family History Center, Fourth Edition - With FREE Copy Of German Genealogy Research Online

The German Researcher: How to Get the Most Out of an LDS Family History Center, Fourth Edition - With FREE copy of German Genealogy Research Online

Hannie Schaft (aka "the Girl with the red hair"). responsible for the…

Hannie Schaft (aka "the Girl with the red hair") was responsible for the assassination of five collaborators. Hitler himself had demanded her arrest. Hannie was shot by the Germans in the dunes near Overveen. She was only 24 years old.

During the violent months preceding the liberation of Paris, Wake killed a German guard with a single karate chop to the neck, executed a women who had been spying for the Germans, shot her way out of roadblocks and biked 70 hours through perilous Nazi checkpoints to deliver radio codes for the Allies. And she was Australian.

WWII US Medal of Freedom Recipient: The White Mouse, Nancy Wake (1912 - 2011)

Nancy Wake, ‘White Mouse’ of World War II. The Gestapo called her “The White Mouse” for the way she deftly avoided their traps. Nancy Wake, was one of the most effective and cunning British agents working in German-occupied France during World War II.

A woman weeps during the deportation of Jews from Ioannina, Greece,  on March 25, 1944. The deportation was enforced by the German army. Almost all of the people deported were murdered on or shortly after April 11, 1944, when the train carrying them reached Auschwitz-Birkenau Extermination Camp.

Fascinating Historic Photos That Caught Our Attention This Week

Greece, March A woman weeps during the deportation of Jews from Ioannina.The deportation was enforced by the German army. Almost all of the people deported were murdered on or shortly after April when the train carrying them reached Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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