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' Bulgaria’s UFO. 👽👾 In Shipka Pass, it’s hard to shake the sensation that you’re being watched. Atop a 1441m peak in the raw, mountainous scenery of central Bulgaria, a saucer-shaped building stands like a watchtower. This concrete behemoth on Buzludzha mountain is a relic of the communist era, wryly called ‘Bulgaria’s UFO’, and it’s beaming up increasing numbers of curious visitors. Perched on the northernmost edge of Stara Zagora province, right in the heart of Bulgaria, Buzludzha monument’s sci-fi architecture, history and setting cast a powerful spell. Bulgaria 📍 #Visitbalkan 🌍 📷 @triphackr
Patton urinating into the Rhine: On 24 Mar 45 as the US Third Army crossed into Germany, a photographer caught General George S Patton standing in the middle of a pontoon bridge directing his stream defiantly into the enemy's larger one, like a dog marking its territory.
The King Tiger was the most powerful tank fielded in WW2, made by the Germans as a means of turning the tide against the Russians. While invincible, it was made in too few numbers to make a difference. Only 492 made it to the field starting in Sept 1944. Many were lost due to lack of fuel or when untrained crews damaged the sensitive transmission. It was too heavy to be recovered. However, on the field, they destroyed everything in sight and could only be damaged by aircraft or heavy artillery.
Assault troops with the III Amphibious Corps, composed of the 3rd US Marine Division and the 1st Marine Provisional Brigade leap from their amphibious tractors for the shelter of the sand dunes, during the Guam assault on July 20, 1944.
A group of American pilots of the 379th Fighter Squadron U.S. Air Force captured German Messerschmitt night fighter BF.110 G-4/R3. Lt. Robert Hagen (Robert S. Hagen) tells his comrades about the last air battle. Germany, May 1945.
Lt. Col. Robert Wolverton, C/O 3 Btn, 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, checking his gear before boarding the C-47 "Dakota", 8Y-S, "Stoy Hora" of the 440th Troop Carrier Squadron at an airfield in Exeter, England. The evening of the 5th June 1944.
Commandos of 1st Special Service Brigade after landing on Queen Red beach, Sword area, 6th June 1944. Following close behind the 8th Brigade on Sword was Brigadier The Lord Lovat's 1st Special Service Brigade. No.4 Commando, with two French Troops of No.10 Inter-Allied Commando in hand, were the first to arrive on the beach, landing an hour after the assault troops.