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2 civilians looking at a Canadian bulldozer in Rue de Bayeux in the city of Caen, in the background, the 2 towers of the Abbaye aux Hommes - 10 July 1944.  Approximately 35,000 citizens of Caen were rendered homeless after Allied bombing.

2 civilians looking at a Canadian bulldozer in Rue de Bayeux in the city of Caen, in the background, the 2 towers of the Abbaye aux Hommes - 10 July Approximately citizens of Caen were rendered homeless after Allied bombing.

Residents of Coventry salvaging what they can from their destroyed homes the morning after a Luftwaffe bombing - 15 November 1940       Photo by George Rodger

prev pinner note: Residents of Coventry salvaging what they can from their destroyed homes the morning after a Luftwaffe bombing - 15 November 1940 Photo by George Rodger

A British soldier escorts a civilian in Caen, July 1944

B The Battle for Normandy: A British soldier in Caen after its liberation gives a helping hand to an old lady amongst the scene of utter devastation

by George Silk. Soldiers wander through the bombed-out Cathedral of Cologne, 1945. Reminds me of a scene where Pagan tries to hide out in a (smaller) bombed out church in Berlin. so much destruction.

Like most of those who study history, he learned from the mistakes of the past how to make new ones. Taylor – George Silk - Soldiers wander through the bombed-out Cathedral of Cologne, 1945

On 16 December 1944, at 5:30 A.M., the Germans began the assault with a massive, 90-minute artillery barrage. This became known as The Battle of the Bulge. Lest we forget!

The Airborne Division moving through the streets of Bastogne enroute to launch a counter attack against the Germans.

Berlino 1945

The captial of the Third Recih at the close of the war. Berlin during WWII - Allied bombing runs reduced most of it to rubble

Soldiers of the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division. Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, France, June 16, 1944 Robert Capa.

Incredible Photos of France during the Second World War Taken by Robert Capa - Soldiers of the U.

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La statue de la liberté à Paris en 1886 prior to departure to the USA

Normandy Then Now 02

D-Day photos from 1944 and photos of vacationers at the exact same locations today [28 pics]

June marked a turning point in World War II as Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, forcing the end of the German occupation of France.

BERLIN | City Palace Reconstruction (Stadtschloss) - "Humboldt-Forum" | U/C - Page 29 - SkyscraperCity

Eva Kemlein, Sprengung des Berliner Schlosses, 1950 (Demolition of the Berlin Castle). Currently being rebuilt on the same site from original plans.

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1 -Soldiers taking cover in Normandy a lot of Canadians died it opened up an understanding of how to attack germany

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