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US soldier, Normandy 1944

US soldier, Normandy 1944

German World War 2 Colour Finnish Soldiers With Skulls On Their Helmets

German World War 2 Colour Finnish Soldiers With Skulls On Their Helmets

A British sniper from 5 SCOTS (centre) and French snipers of the 8th Marine Infantry Parachute Regiment

A British sniper from 5 SCOTS (centre) and French snipers of the 8th Marine Infantry Parachute Regiment

Meet the Real-Life G.I. Janes Who Served with Special Ops in Afghanistan http://www.people.com/article/reese-witherspoon-buys-rights-army-girls-special-ops-afghanistan

Meet the Real-Life G.I. Janes Who Served with Special Ops in Afghanistan

Meet the Real-Life G.I. Janes Who Served with Special Ops in Afghanistan http://www.people.com/article/reese-witherspoon-buys-rights-army-girls-special-ops-afghanistan

A slave owner floggs her apprentice in the celar.  Irish slave

A slave owner floggs her apprentice in the celar. Irish slave

...tango in sight...prosecuting.

...tango in sight...prosecuting.

Finnish soldiers capture Soviet sniper.

Finnish soldiers capture Soviet sniper.

SdKfz 2 AKA The Kettenkrad Country: Germany Date introduced: 1939 War: WWII Ketten is German for “tracks” and krad is the military abbreviation for the German word kraftrad, which means, “motorcycle.” Known to the Allies as “Rabbits,” the Kettenkrads were some of the most intimidating pieces of Nazi weaponry. They were steered like a typical motorcycle, had the tracks of a tank, and were powered by a heavy-hitting 36-horsepower Opel motor. The pic shows US GI's with a captured one.

SdKfz 2 AKA The Kettenkrad Country: Germany Date introduced: 1939 War: WWII Ketten is German for “tracks” and krad is the military abbreviation for the German word kraftrad, which means, “motorcycle.” Known to the Allies as “Rabbits,” the Kettenkrads were some of the most intimidating pieces of Nazi weaponry. They were steered like a typical motorcycle, had the tracks of a tank, and were powered by a heavy-hitting 36-horsepower Opel motor. The pic shows US GI's with a captured one.

WW2 Sniper Pictures - British sniper with the Lee-Enfield and spotter

WW2 Sniper Pictures - British sniper with the Lee-Enfield and spotter

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