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▶ WW2: Altenburg / Windischleuba, Germany (14 April 1945) - Look at the age of some of the troops surrendering. The final death throws of any nation state at war is when they send the children and old men  to fight.

▶ WW2: Altenburg / Windischleuba, Germany (14 April 1945) - Look at the age of some of the troops surrendering. The final death throws of any nation state at war is when they send the children and old men to fight.

▶ Sherman Tank : Documentary on the M4 Sherman Tank - YouTube My Father commanded a platoon and at times a company of Sherman tanks in the 6th Armored Division.

▶ Sherman Tank : Documentary on the M4 Sherman Tank - YouTube My Father commanded a platoon and at times a company of Sherman tanks in the 6th Armored Division.

U.S. Navy aircraft on the flight deck of the USS Valley Forge (CV preparing to launch for a strike against Korea

Sergeant Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division ready to drop into Normandy for the D-Day invasion (June 1944). He was a member of the original "Filthy Thirteen", a group of paratroopers who would loosely inspire the movie THE DIRTY DOZEN. A member later remarked, "We never washed a piece of clothing. We never shined any shoes or boots, and we didn’t salute officers. We didn’t go for any of that malarky, you know?"

Sergeant Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division ready to drop into Normandy for the D-Day invasion (June 1944). He was a member of the original "Filthy Thirteen", a group of paratroopers who would loosely inspire the movie THE DIRTY DOZEN. A member later remarked, "We never washed a piece of clothing. We never shined any shoes or boots, and we didn’t salute officers. We didn’t go for any of that malarky, you know?"

World War II. Soviet artillerymen of a 120 mm mortar battery firing against the enemy positions, 6 July 1943. The Battle of Kursk, Russia. Photograph by Efim Kopyt.

World War II. Soviet artillerymen of a 120 mm mortar battery firing against the enemy positions, 6 July 1943. The Battle of Kursk, Russia. Photograph by Efim Kopyt.

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