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They died together in a tank on June,25 1941 during the WW II,people of different nations

They died together in a tank on 1941 during the WW II,people of different nations

Survivors of the original 150 Polish citizens who walked from Lodz, Poland, Dec 14, 1945.

December Huddling in blankets the only survivors of an original 150 Polish people who walked from Lodz in Poland to Berlin hoping to find food and shelter. They are waiting by a railway track hoping to be picked up by a British army train and given help.

Hitler's Third Reich.  The name refers to the state that succeeded the Holy Roman Empire of the Middle Ages and the German Empire of 1871-1918. In German, the state was known as the Deutsches Reich (German Reich) until 1943, when its official name became Großdeutsches Reich (Greater German Reich).

POLISH authorities say they plan to boost tourism at Nazi German dictator Adolf Hitler's "Wolfsschanze" (Wolf's Lair), which ended up on their territory after post-war border changes.

Camels could be found in many parts of southern Russia serving as beasts of burden. In this photo, German troops face the camera along with a camel captured from the Russians and pressed into service with the corresponding German army component. 1942.

Camels could be found in many parts of southern Russia serving as beasts of burden. In this photo, German troops face the camera along with a camel captured from the Russians and pressed into service with the corresponding German army component.

Captured German and Rumanian soldiers after their defeat near Stalingrad, 31 January 1943.

WWII Captured German and Rumanian soldiers after their defeat near Stalingrad, 31 January

Russian POWs herded like cattle on a train to be sent to a labor camp in Germany. More than three million Russian POWs died in German captivity.

Russian POWs herded and transported like cattle on a train to a labour camp in Germany. More than three million Russian POWs died in German captivity.

In June 1942, Lidice, a village in Czechoslovakia, ceased to exist. Lidice had been implicated in the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, the Nazi controller of Bohemia and Moravia, and Hitler’s order was given to “teach the Czechs a final lesson of subservience and humility”.

173 Lidice men shot to death in the garden of Horákova estate. Burned out Lidice, destroyed St.

Soviet Prisoners, T-34

Des prisonniers russes descendent de leur char A gauche un SS

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