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A group of veteran Finnish officers from the Wiking Division photographed in early Top row: Mauri Sautio, Heikki Mansala, Kauko Ingerö.

Faces of war: Leibstandarte soldiers during Operation Barbarossa in 1941.

Leibstandarte soldier fires a flare during Operation Barbarossa in

Tender farewell at Penn Station, 1944        Photo by Alfred Eisenstadt

Goodbye at Pennsylvania Station, 1944 photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt

German Soldier Lighting Cigarette

German soldier lighting his cigarette with a flamethrower somewhere on the eastern front. Example of technology with the flamethrower in How ironic this picture is of how this device which is used to clear bunkers, is being used to light a cigarette

World war 2 - the women still had it! They wore army clothes, had their hair curved perfectly, red lips and posed with the duck face! And how cute their hats are!

World war 2 - the women still had it! They wore army clothes, had their hair curved perfectly, red lips and posed with the duck face! (Duck Lips started in the pin up and has no sign of ending.

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

Thank you kiss. Elvin Harley of Kalamazoo, Michigan, of the Armored Division, gets a kiss on the cheek from a little French girl while listening to the Armored Division Band near Aboncourt in northeastern France near the Belgium border on February

Faces of war: Wiking soldiers during Operation Blue in 1942. The Wiking Division was made up of volunteers from Nordic countries, Netherlands, Belgium and Estonia.

Faces of war: Wiking soldiers during Operation Blue in The Wiking Division was made up of volunteers from Nordic countries, Netherlands, Belgium and Estonia.

Finnish Dragoons at Kollaa front, Winter War 1939.  Pict from my grandpa's archive. R I P. Heroes.

Finnish Dragoons at Kollaa front, Winter War Pict from my grandpa's archive.

The ustaše guards pose for photo while also showing their cruelty. Die Ustascha waren kroatische Faschisten, die mit der deutschen Wehrmacht und den Nazis kollaborierten.

During the Holocaust, one group of killers stood out as more vicious, murderous, and bloodthirsty than all others. The Ustasha of Yugoslavia was a Muslim-Catholic alliance of Nazi killers so beastly that even Nazi officials in Berlin were horrified.

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