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The Battle of STALINGRAD. The remnants of the German Sixth Army after the surrender. Starving, broken men were once formidable soldiers of the Wehramcht.

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12th Armored Division, Battle of Herrlisheim

Armored Division, Battle of Herrlisheim

Prisoners. ... WW2. The remnants of the German Sixth Army after the surrender. Starving, broken men were once formidable soldiers of the Wehramcht.As they were now far from proud, excellent German soldiers who stepped into Russia in 1941 year. Stalingrad. January. 1943

Prisoners. ... WW2. The remnants of the German Sixth Army after the surrender. Starving, broken men were once formidable soldiers of the Wehramcht.As they were now far from proud, excellent German soldiers who stepped into Russia in 1941 year. Stalingrad. January. 1943

29 October 1942  Soviet forces in the Barricades Factory are finally overcome, their remnants now cling to the small strip of land running along the Volga behind.  14th Panzer Division’s assault groups maintain a strong pressure, grinding down Soviet defenses in front of 62nd Army's last Volga crossing sector. Despite an exceptionally concentrated bombing and repeated assaults, German forces are unable to break the last stronghold in the northern part of the Red October Factory.

German soldiers and Soviet prisoners in the ruins of the factory “Red October” in Stalingrad,

28 Of The Most Powerful Pictures From World War II In The Pacific - BuzzFeed News

28 Of The Most Powerful Pictures From World War II In The Pacific

Haze was convinced he would only go off to World War II for around 4 months, but ended up fighting for 4 years. This hardened him inside. He went into the war intending to go back and be a preacher like his grandfather, but came out an atheist.

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German Soldiers during World War II They look like SS but their collar insignia has been removed or retouched. Note the Bergmann SMG of the leader.

Commander of the 6th Army Genral Paulus with General Moritz von Drebber of the 297th Infantry division.  October 1942. Paulus' trouble were yet to begun.

General Paulus with Major-General Moritz von Drebberom of the Infantry Division. Paulus is feeling the strain. He has lost weight

Estepa rusa, cerca de Stalingrado, fecha desconocida. Soldados rumanos posan junto a un Sturmgeschütz (abreviado comúnmente como StuG), artillería autotransportada.

1942 Russia, The navies of the Romanian army during a pose near a StuG III Ausf.Kfz on their way to Stalingrad

Stalingrad, Feb1943. German soldiers of the Northern circle drag and themselves into capitvity. "Auch der Nordkessel unter General Karl Strecker (Kommand. XI. Armeekorps) hat in den folgenden 2 Tagen nach Paulus Festnahme nicht kapituliert und so lange kämpfen lassen, bis die Russen die ausgebluteten, deutschen Verbände überrannten. Eine offizielle/förmliche Kapitulation der Armee in Stalingrad hat es nie gegeben. Am Roten Platz schleppen sich überlebende dt. Soldaten in Gefangenschaft.

Stalingrad, Feb German soldiers commanded by General Strecker continued to fight in the Northers circle after Paulus' surrender in the Southern circle. They never officially surrendered, they were defeated and overrun by the Red army and then taken POW.

1944- While her mother watches, a young French girl is treated for wounds from German shell fire at an American field hospital in Carentan, France.

While her mother watches, a young French girl is treated for wounds from German shell fire at an American field hospital in Carentan, France.

Stalingrad. October 1942. German flak. "Die Bedienung einer 8,8 cm Flak nördlich von Stalingrad am 20. Oktober 1942. Der Lauf zeigt die Abschussringe. Es ist anzunehmen, dass auch dies eine der letzten Aufnahmen, das letzte Lebenszeichen dieser Männer hier ist."

Stalingrad. October 1942. German flak. "Die Bedienung einer 8,8 cm Flak nördlich von Stalingrad am 20. Oktober 1942. Der Lauf zeigt die Abschussringe. Es ist anzunehmen, dass auch dies eine der letzten Aufnahmen, das letzte Lebenszeichen dieser Männer hier ist."

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