Amazing Rare Photos Of World War Two.

by Daniel Russ on October 30, 2014

 

 

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US Army Black Soldiers Display annotated 155mm shells in an artillery unit. From Daily War Photo.

 

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Self Explanatory and perhaps the only photo of a Nazi that ever made me laugh. This Wehrmacht infantryman is probably somewhere inside the Soviet Union after pushing the Russian Army Eastward.

 

 

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Mine Exploder T1E3/M1 Roller.

by Daniel Russ on October 28, 2014

 

More rare and amazing photography from World war II from a Finnish war blog called Daily war Photo.

 

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Mine Exploder T1E3/M1 Roller. Widely used in the Lend Lease agreements the Sherman M4 tank was as often used as a tractor as it was a tank. This was one of the many variants used by allies in the unexploded ordinance disposal mission at the time. Mine Clearing was what it was called and it fully describes what these things did to clear roads at the end of the war.

 

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Russian 9 inch Heavy Artillery Gun.

October 26, 2014

  Source:daywarphoto.blogspot. This Finnish blog site publishes random, oddly fascinating and rare photography taken in the Finnish areas of World War II where the Germans and the Russian both operated.     Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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The Junkers EF 132. Captured In Development.

October 24, 2014

      Designs on the Junkers EF 132 began in 1942 in Germany. The German high command needed a new heavy transport or bomber that could  travel over 3000 miles on a ingle tank of gas with a significant payload. The fact of the matter is that Hitler wanted jet bombers much much more […]

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Nuremberg Photo Annotated With Perpetrator And Sentence. Click To Enlarge.

October 22, 2014

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More Great Old Civil War Band Portraits.

October 20, 2014

Music in war is a rare topic covered. It should be more talked about. Why does an army need a band? Emotion, I suppose. Rousing someone I suppose. More answers to come.   .   .The are called over the should sax horns, a  common civil war band instrument. .   .   ..   .2nd […]

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Super Random: Great Photos Of Civil War US Army Bands. Click To Enlarge.

October 18, 2014

Google is an amazing thing. I love these old photos. They are an addiction to me. I love seeing the faces and the clothes and the sepia tones and lyard daguerrotypes. Unfortunately few of these photos came with band ID. However army bands in general seems like great topic to stet dipping into.     […]

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Zvika Greengold Destroyed 20 tanks in the Yom Kippur War. Maybe 40. Who knows?

October 16, 2014

Zvika Greengold   He came from good stock. His parents were not just Holocaust survivors, they were insurgents, partisan fighters who struck back at the Nazis behind the lines. On October 6th, 1973, when Jews around the world were ensconced in synagogues, the Egyptians and Syrians launched a two pronged attack on Israel. Zvika Greengold […]

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The Commander In Chief Orders Pants.

October 14, 2014

  This could be the funniest thing I have ever heard. Related Posts:Stay Tunes For Similar Posts

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Epic Japanese Army Toys.

October 12, 2014

  If you look at the Japanese horror movies that originated in production studios in Tokyo after the war, it is plain to see that the atomic weapons we used had an effect on their psyche. The monster in Japan were like the bombs: big, powerful, epic destroyers. While children all over the world play with […]

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