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A Japanese Yokosuka D4Y Susei bomber foes down in flames after AAA gunners aboard the USS Wasp scored a direct hit onto the aircraft off the coast of the Ryukus Islands, Japan, 18th March, 1945. Fighting on a US Naval vessel during WW2 was a very dangerous job. Conditions were cramped, hot, and the tensions were high. When in combat the threat of being attacked was a constant one and this alongside the heat of the Pacific caused lots of irritation and stress. Boredom was also very high, for weeks on end you could be sitting around just waiting to be attacked or attack a target. I can't even imagine the stress and tension levels that must've caused! There were some good aspects to life in the Navy, ice cream, free meals, and a chance to do something for your country. When the battle started everything became chaos. You may be sitting in your bunk reading a letter when all of the sudden over the intercom came the Captains voice. "Man your stations!", an alarm would sound and everyone would run to get their gear and get to their positions. It would become very quiet and then you'd hear the roar of 20mm or 40mm and everyone would start shooting. Hundreds of rounds would fly through the air and it looked like the 4th of July. Hopefully, you'd take out the enemy aircraft before it could do any damage but that wasn't always the case. . . Sadly, some enemy aircraft were lucky and hit their targets. If this happened another alarm would sound and the damage control team would immediately asses the damage and all extra radio operators would report to the damage control room to help asses and pass the word. If the damage was bad enough and the ship was sinking fast, the order would be given to to overboard. Luckily, this didn't happen much in the later years of the war but it did happen on multiple occasions during the early years. Colorized by Anthony Malesys.

A Japanese WWII Mitsubishi Zero fighter, a near perfect wreck lies on the sands of Kimbe Bay in Papua New Guinea. Exploring an intact WWII plane wreck is a rare gift because most planes break up on impact, flip over or are lost to great unreachable depths. Kimbe Bay, is full of surprises from war relics, robust Reefs and seamounts reaching for the surface like skyscrapers in the sea. // photographed for @natgeo story: Kimbe Bay, Paradise Revisited with @natgeocreative @thephotosociety @the_explorers_club // #ocean #WWII #JapaneseZero #planewreck #history #kimbebay #papuanewguinea #CoralTriangle for #moreocean follow @daviddoubilet

A photo of a young German soldier, 1944. This picture was taken at the end of the war when really young and old citizens were enlisted as soldiers. He was most likely a member of the 12th SS Panzer Division “Hitlerjugend” which sustained 43% casualties during the Normandy campaign. SS recruiters for the division accepted boys as young as 14 into the ranks. Also by judging from the helmet cover he has on, it looks to be the “pea” pattern cameo type which did not show up until late ’44/early ’45. Most likely the location is in France. The young recruits in the 12th SS Panzer Division were given rations of chocolate and coco (if available, or just chocolate milk) instead of cigarettes and alcohol. In training, drill and marching was completely ignored, and instead all available time was spent on combat training, weapon maintenance, tactics, etc. There were several reasons for this, one obvious reason is time constraints. The division had to be operational in the shortest amount of time possible. Ready for the coming allied invasion of France. Other reason being, the core cadre of the division, the officers and the NCOs, were almost all veterans of the eastern front, and other major campaigns. Even for the German army at the time, ignoring military drill was out of the norm. During combat the soldiers of this divisions were fanatical as reported by many allied accounts and German ones. They solely held open the Fallaise Pocket long enough for tens of thousands of German soldiers to escape the encirclement. German General Kurt “Panzer” Meyer’s autobiography is a fascinating insight about 12th SS Panzer Division. In one of the passages he describes the final moments of one of the young recruits in battle. The soldier was trapped in a trench that was being ground down by the tracks of a Sherman. With no hopes of escape the soldier grabs his panzerfaust, with a smile on his face, waves his last good bye to his commander, and fires the panzerfuast at the bottom of the Sherman. Just the imagery of this is horrifying. In the end the division suffered a total of 8,569 casualties out of a strength of 20,540 men; a casualty rate of 43%. #ww2 #wwii #worldwar2 #war

An exhausted Rommel in a photo said to have been taken shortly before El Alamein, possibly end of June/early July 1942.

The now Generalfeldmarschall was at the gates of Egypt, but like himself, his forces were hanging by a thread. Egypt was, and would remain beyond his grasp.

Despite the best efforts of his devoted orderly, Günther, during the North African campaign Rommel often showed a complete disregard for his health, repeatedly driving himself into a state of near exhaustion. Due to a poor diet he suffered from several ailments, especially of persistent stomach problems due to the long periods he went without food or drink.
According to Günther, Rommel would leave for an entire day in the desert with just a sandwich or a can of sardines and a piece of bread. He wouldn’t drink much either, taking with him only a small canteen filled with cold tea with lemon, a canteen which was often almost full by day’s end.

One of the things the Afrika Korps could not brag about was its diet, deemed too heavy for the desert and lacking fruits and vegetables, it was responsible for a large number of cases of jaundice amongst the troops.

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Polizei in Norway, they stand near a cafe #wwii #norway #polizei #police

Awesome day hiking the bluffs and WWII batteries by the Golden Gate and finding tucked away beaches #sf #sanfrancisco #california #cali #norcal #beaches #fortpoint #presidio #ggb #goldengatebridge #cypress #gorgeous #ocean #trees #trunks #wwii #battery #marshallbeach

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Above two GIs of the 119th ID man their displays at the Battleship Cove's WWII Saturday. The 119th fought in Normandy, Germany and during the Battle of the Bulge. They had a pretty neat and detailed set up showing off all of the equipment and smaller items that GIs would've been issued and used. Some stuff that not many people show is the army rain coat, snow over boots, and some other cold weather gear. They also had a poster showing some of the unit history and some other lesser known battles etc. All in all a very cool and informative display. #wwii #ww2 #war #army #infantry #military #soldier #gun #rifle #reenactor #cosplay #reenacting #callofduty #reenactment #battlefield #livinghistory #vintage #1940s #history #milsim #combat #battle #usa

B-25 Mitchell - photography by Dale Jackson. StratoArt.com
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