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Vietnam soldier's lighter: "We the unwilling, led by the unqualified, to kill the unfortunate, die for the ungrateful"

Vietnam soldier's lighter: "We the unwilling, led by the unqualified, to kill the unfortunate, die for the ungrateful"

Jennifer Connelly & Jared Leto ~ Requiem for a Dream (2000)

Jennifer Connelly & Jared Leto ~ Requiem for a Dream (2000)

Nazi Doctor  Joseph Mengele,The Angel of Death

Nazi Doctor Joseph Mengele,The Angel of Death

US Staff Sergeant Francis Daggertt of the Military Police of the 11th Armored Division and the German Wehrmacht soldier, the soldier only 10 years old when captured in the German city of Kronach, April 27, 1945 || Foto coloreada

US Staff Sergeant Francis Daggertt of the Military Police of the 11th Armored Division and the German Wehrmacht soldier, the soldier only 10 years old when captured in the German city of Kronach, April 27, 1945 || Foto coloreada

Hans-Joachim Marseille (13 December 1919 – 30 September 1942; was a Luftwaffe fighter pilot and flying ace during World War II.  One of the most successful fighter pilots, he was nicknamed the "Star of Africa". Marseille claimed all but seven of his "official" 158 victories against the British Commonwealth's Desert Air Force over North Africa, flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter for his entire combat career.

Hans-Joachim Marseille (13 December 1919 – 30 September 1942; was a Luftwaffe fighter pilot and flying ace during World War II. One of the most successful fighter pilots, he was nicknamed the "Star of Africa". Marseille claimed all but seven of his "official" 158 victories against the British Commonwealth's Desert Air Force over North Africa, flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter for his entire combat career.

Kamikaze, or tokko-tai, preparing to leave.

Kamikaze, or tokko-tai, preparing to leave.

In this picture we see a Japaneses Kamikaze pilot flying into a US carrier. Kamikaze pilots would use their own planes as bomb's to attack US ships in order to stop them from reaching Japan's mainland.

In this picture we see a Japaneses Kamikaze pilot flying into a US carrier. Kamikaze pilots would use their own planes as bomb's to attack US ships in order to stop them from reaching Japan's mainland.

Two young German Wehrmacht soldiers surrender to Allied forces along a roadside during the Battle of the Bulge. If you look carefully, the soldier on the right is wearing US gaiters. The battle was Germany’s planned offensive with the primary goal to recapture the important Belgian harbor city of Antwerp from the Allies. The Battle of the Bulge is one of the most important Batlle in the entire World War 2. Photo taken Near Snamont, Liège, Wallonia, Belgium. 1 January 1945.

Two young German Wehrmacht soldiers surrender to Allied forces along a roadside during the Battle of the Bulge. If you look carefully, the soldier on the right is wearing US gaiters. The battle was Germany’s planned offensive with the primary goal to recapture the important Belgian harbor city of Antwerp from the Allies. The Battle of the Bulge is one of the most important Batlle in the entire World War 2. Photo taken Near Snamont, Liège, Wallonia, Belgium. 1 January 1945.

Military photographer Charlie Haughey. Soldiers aboard an airborne Chinook with a view through the helicopter’s cargo sling door.

Military photographer Charlie Haughey. Soldiers aboard an airborne Chinook with a view through the helicopter’s cargo sling door.

Vietnam War: Exhausted US Airborne troops during the fighting on Hamburger Hill (Hill 937) against heavily fortified North Vietnamese positions. US troops succeeded in capturing the hill, only to abandon it a short while later. The action caused an outrage both in the American military and public.U.S. losses during the ten-day battle totaled 72 KIA and 372 WIA. NVA casualties, claimed by the US, stood at 630 KIAs. Hill 937 was a watershed event of negative public opinion toward the VN war.

Vietnam War: Exhausted US Airborne troops during the fighting on Hamburger Hill (Hill 937) against heavily fortified North Vietnamese positions. US troops succeeded in capturing the hill, only to abandon it a short while later. The action caused an outrage both in the American military and public.U.S. losses during the ten-day battle totaled 72 KIA and 372 WIA. NVA casualties, claimed by the US, stood at 630 KIAs. Hill 937 was a watershed event of negative public opinion toward the VN war.