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German POWs

An American soldier guards German POWs alongside a road. Note that his sidearm is a captured German pistol, a nonstandard caliber not in U. This shows what life was like for a solider and that they had to guard POW sometimes.

The first nursing sisters of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (R.C.A.M.C.) to land in France after D-Day, July 17, 1944. #vintage #WW2 #1940s #Canada #nurses

The first nursing sisters of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps to land in France after D-Day. France, July (L-R): Lieutenant M. Green, Captain H. Boutilier and Major Moya MacDonald. Photograph by Lieutenant Frank L.

WWI: Manfred von Richthofen (1892 – 1918), the Red Baron, was a German fighter pilot with the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte) during World War I. He is considered the top ace of that war, being officially credited with 80 air combat victories.

WWI: Manfred von Richthofen – the Red Baron, was a German fighter pilot with the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte) during World War I. He is considered the top ace of that war, being officially credited with 80 air combat victories.

Men from the 1st Airborne Division during the battle of Arnhem

Men of "C" Company Battalion Border Regiment waiting in roadside ditches to repulse an attack by the enemy, who were barely a hundred ya.

US Army Preparing to Construct a Bailey Bridge Across the Marne River in Chalons, France 9/8/1944. Note the soldiers on the bridge and the equipment on the far bank. (US National Archives)

August 1944 Western Front Elements of US Army cross the Marne River at Meaux. The US Army is approaching Reims. To the west of Paris, the British Army Group continues to advance as well.

Troupes US parmi des civils, chars Sherman, véhicules: camion GMC et Jeep Place Gambetta (aujourd'hui Place général de Gaulle) à Isigny sur Mer en ruines.

Isigny sur mer 19 june 1944 – an American tank battalion passes through Isigny, France, amongst the ruins of houses.

A la pointe du Hoc après les bombardements, un GI dans les ruines d'un encuvement d'un canon de 155 mm visible à gauche.

A la pointe du Hoc après les bombardements, un GI dans les ruines d'un encuvement d'un canon de 155 mm visible à gauche.

Jaubert commandos demonstrating a mock seaborne assault on the support vessel Alcyon. The Naval Commandos (French: Commandos marine) are the special forces of the French Navy. They are made up of ~500 members, mostly based in northwestern France (Brittany), with several bases across the country for specific training needs. The Naval Commandos are nicknamed bérets verts (Green Berets). They operate under the Naval rifle and special force Command and the French Special Operations Command.

Jaubert commandos demonstrating a mock seaborne assault on the support vessel Alcyon. The Naval Commandos (French: Commandos marine) are the special forces of the French Navy. They are made up of ~500 members, mostly based in northwestern France (Brittany), with several bases across the country for specific training needs. The Naval Commandos are nicknamed bérets verts (Green Berets). They operate under the Naval rifle and special force Command and the French Special Operations Command.