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Estonian volunteers - Nazi Soldiers of 20 Waffen-Grenadier-Division SS Not many color photos out there

Farewell to Estonian soldiers from the Waffen Grenadier Division der SS (estnische Nr before departing in early Photographed with family, friends and those who came to say goodbye as they depart for Narva front, to defend Estonia.

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Rare photo of Nazi Ostlegionen “Eastern Legion” volunteers, taken sometime taken during WWII. [[MORE]] Napa_Ent: I’m uncertain of their nationality, as multiple sources had them separately listed as.

View of the gateway to the battlefield of Ypres through Chateau Wood, in the Ypres Salient. Note the soldier in the foreground, taking cover behind the shell damaged tree trunk. 5 November, 1917.

WWI, 5 Nov View of the gateway to the battlefield of Ypres through Chateau Wood, in the Ypres Salient. Note the soldier in the foreground, taking cover behind the shell damaged tree trunk.

Mikhail Makarov soldier looks at the destroyed Reichstag, pin by Paolo Marzioli

thebeautyandthehorror: “ Mikhail Makarov, soldier, infantryman, who reached Berlin. Front of the Reichstag. Location: Berlin, Germany Time taken: May 1945 Author: Anatoly Morozov ”

The fortified Zoo flak tower, situated next to Berlin Zoo, after the battle. In the foreground two destroyed IS-2 Russian tanks can be seen.

The fortified Zoo flak tower, situated next to Berlin Zoo, after the battle. In the foreground two destroyed Russian tanks can be seen.

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Crew of a Flakvierling 38 anti-aircraft gun atop the Berlin Zoo flak tower, Berlin, Germany, 16 Apr note range measuring device in foreground and radar station in background (German Federal Archive)

A Soviet ISU-122 self-propelled gun guards German prisoners of war after the battle of Berlin, May 1945.

A Soviet self-propelled gun guards German prisoners of war after the battle of Berlin, May

A German Tiger tank (weighing 56 tons) from the 503rd Heavy Tank Battalion blown upside down during the Allied bomber attacks that preceded Operation 'Goodwood'. Despite the devastation caused by the bombing, most of the battalion's Tigers escaped serious damage and by the end of the day had knocked out 40 British tanks.

German PzKpfw VI Tiger tank overturned during the Allied heavy bombing at the beginning of Operation 'Goodwood', July