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Himmler shakes hands with a small child
The father of author Kari von der Behrens on home leave in 1942 with his two children
they either cease being mistaken
or they cease being honest"
A Waffen-SS officer supervises the destruction of weapons captured during anti-partisan operations on the Eastern Front, 1941.
Panzergrenadiers of Grossdeutschland Division. Eastern Front 1944.
Wermacht soldiers defending the Estonian bank of the Narva River, with the fortress of Ivangorod on the opposite side. Battle of Narva, 1944.
Soldiers of the Panzer Lehr division gather around a map as they plan their offensive in the town of Tilly-sur-Seulles. The Panzer Lehr division was an elite German armoured division during World War Two. It was formed in 1943 onwards from training and demonstration troops stationed in Germany, to provide additional armoured strength for the anticipated Allied invasion of western Europe. It was the only Wehrmacht Panzer division to be fully equipped with tanks and with half-tracks to transport its mechanized infantry. On several occasions it fought almost to destruction...
A Finnish Brewster Buffalo 239 fighter plane (BW-352) of (Squadron) Lentolaivue/24 with swastica at Selänpää airfield. 24th June 1941.
(Source - SA-Kuva. Colourised by Tommi Rossi from Finland)
Two German members of the Organisation Todt (involved in the construction of the Atlantic Wall) are sitting on the Spitfire brought down on the wet sands at Calais by Flying Officer Peter Cazenove. It had been hit by a single bullet from a German Dornier bomber. The plane was consumed by the sandy beach and remained there for 40 years. (Colourised by Paul Reynolds. Historic Military Photo Colourisations)
A black African officer of the Waffen SS, complete with SS camouflage smock and helmet cover - a Reichsneger of World War II.
SS Albanese Waffen SS; Gebirgs Division
An Indian Sikh volunteer
Two Sikh members of the Free India Legion with a member of the Luftwaffe
An Indian Wehrmacht soldier volunteer
Herr Hitler had up to 100 million fans at one time. I bet Mr Trump would have an issue trying to beat that.Daniel wrote: ↑Fri Dec 22, 2017 9:57 pmThis is a fun thread to browse. The pictures of non-white Axis allies is particularly interesting in light of the common depiction of Germans during that time. It wouldn't shock me were I to learn that there were a greater number of non-whites aligned with the Axis powers than with the Allies. I do notice that Hitler seems more popular in 2017 with non-whites than with whites.
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