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A US paratrooper helping a wounded comrade to a nearby aid station.  24 March 1945.   War correspondent Robert Capa jumped with the men of the 513 PIR, 17th Airborne Division, who spearheaded Operation Varsity, the airborne assault across the Rhine near the town of Wesel, Germany on 24 March 1945.

A US paratrooper helping a wounded comrade to a nearby aid station. 24 March 1945. War correspondent Robert Capa jumped with the men of the 513 PIR, 17th Airborne Division, who spearheaded Operation Varsity, the airborne assault across the Rhine near the town of Wesel, Germany on 24 March 1945.

luzfosca:    An English girl comforts her doll in the rubble of her bomb-damaged home in 1940.  From Fox Photos/Getty Images

luzfosca: An English girl comforts her doll in the rubble of her bomb-damaged home in 1940. From Fox Photos/Getty Images

You have no idea how great a buddy is until that buddy is a feller that will scratch the "where-ever it is itch" for you once you've suited-up on the tarmac. Tarmac? Tarmac (short for tarmacadam, or tar-penetration macadam) is a type of road surfacing material patented by Edgar P. Hooley in 1901. The term is also used, with varying degrees of correctness, for a variety of other materials, including tar-grouted macadam, bituminous surface treatments, and even modern asphalt concrete…

You have no idea how great a buddy is until that buddy is a feller that will scratch the "where-ever it is itch" for you once you've suited-up on the tarmac. Tarmac? Tarmac (short for tarmacadam, or tar-penetration macadam) is a type of road surfacing material patented by Edgar P. Hooley in 1901. The term is also used, with varying degrees of correctness, for a variety of other materials, including tar-grouted macadam, bituminous surface treatments, and even modern asphalt concrete…

get your smoking with a flame thrower@s_29

フランス「ちょっと和む第二次世界大戦の画像貼ってけ」フランスの反応

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カオスちゃんねる : 世界一有名な写真ってなんだと思う?

5 JUIN 1944 -Angleterre En fin d'après-midi, sur l'aérodrome d'Exeter, un stick de la 101st Airborne Division se rend vers son avion afin d'y effectuer les derniers préparatifs avant le décollage.

5 JUIN 1944 -Angleterre En fin d'après-midi, sur l'aérodrome d'Exeter, un stick de la 101st Airborne Division se rend vers son avion afin d'y effectuer les derniers préparatifs avant le décollage.

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