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Soldiers of the 16th SS Panzergrenadier Division Reichsführer-SS

Soldiers of the 16th SS Panzergrenadier Division Reichsführer-SS

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Reichswehr honor guard presenting arms. This pre-Hitler German army was limited to 100,000 by the treaties that concluded WW1. Hitler's first move was to expand the old army into the seed of a truly battlefield force.

Reichswehr honor guard presenting arms. This pre-Hitler German army was limited to 100,000 by the treaties that concluded WW1. Hitler's first move was to expand the old army into the seed of a truly battlefield force.

Des éléments de la Panzer-Lehr près de Tilly-sur-Seulles le 9 juin 1944.

Des éléments de la Panzer-Lehr près de Tilly-sur-Seulles le 9 juin 1944.

A French Soldier from the Waffen-SS Charlemagne Regiment during the Battle of Berlin, - April 23rd, 1945.

A French Soldier from the Waffen-SS Charlemagne Regiment during the Battle of Berlin, - April 23rd, 1945.

Funeral of a Gebirsjäger in July 1944, Benedikt Huber. The soldier in the middle is wearing a black ribbon in the button hole instead of the black armband.

Funeral of a Gebirsjäger in July 1944, Benedikt Huber. The soldier in the middle is wearing a black ribbon in the button hole instead of the black armband.

SS NCO armed with MP40 SMG and hand grenade StiGr 24, Battle of Kharkov, March 1943.

SS NCO armed with MP40 SMG and hand grenade StiGr 24, Battle of Kharkov, March 1943.

GERMAN MG 42 - SEVASTOPOL

GERMAN MG 42 - SEVASTOPOL

The Battle of the Bulge ended in the last few days of January 1945, when American troops made their way back to the original lines: the ones they had held when the battle began. Sixteen thousand Americans had lost their lives and 60,000 were wounded or captured; German casualties were said to be twice that. And for many veterans, the terrible battle has never ended:

The Battle of the Bulge ended in the last few days of January 1945, when American troops made their way back to the original lines: the ones they had held when the battle began. Sixteen thousand Americans had lost their lives and 60,000 were wounded or captured; German casualties were said to be twice that. And for many veterans, the terrible battle has never ended: