Finland's General Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim - Whilst engaged in war with the USSR Finland never wholly embraced Nazi ideology and didn't join the German invasion of Russia. It managed to avoid the excesses of the Nazi regime.
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim. Marshall Of Finland
Mannerheim's speech in Viipuri. 1938
[Photo] Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim, 1941
Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim, 1941. Finland was a "friendly combatant" with Nazi Germany. The Fins fought the Russians to the very end.
Airplanes of World War II - 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
World War II, U.s. Pilot, Circa Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett
World War II, U.S. pilot
Khabarovsk War Crime Trials (December 25 - 31, 1949) where twelve members of the Japanese Kwantung Army were tried as war criminals for manufacturing and using biological weapons during World War II. All twelve accused war criminals were found guilty, and sentenced to terms ranging between two and twenty-five years in a labour camp. All were repatriated to Japan in 1956. Source: Wikipedia
1941, Allemagne, Berlin, Martin Bormann, Julius Schaub, Adolf Hitler, Karl Brandt et Erhard Milch aux funérailles de Werner Mölders
President Truman announces the end of the Second World War, 1945. Harry S. Truman Library
Woman knitting after the Battle of Berlin
Truman, Stalin, and Churchill during the Potsdam Conference The Potsdam Conference was the last major meeting of the leaders of the three main Allied powers the famous “Potsdam Proclamation” on July 26, which promised “prompt and utter destruction” to Japan if it did not surrender. Photo: President Harry S. Truman with Soviet Prime Minister Joseph Stalin and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill at Cecilienhof Palace during the Potsdam Conference. 7/17/45.
Hitler addresses an audience around the time of the Battle of Stalingrad, Sept-Dec 1942. The strain of things going terribly wrong is beginning to show.
D-DAY TO BERLIN - The Long March to Victory. Review by Mark Barnes - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/reviews/d-day-berlin-long-march-victory-review-mark-barnes.html