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This picture depicts an American fighter, a P-47, in a German hanger at the end stages of World War Two. The hanger had been captured by allied troops.
The once proud German air-force, the Luftwaffe, had by mid-1944 been severely crippled and was now longer what it had been.
The air-force that had once destroyed the Polish air-force in 2 days, and 2,000 Soviet planes in the same time span now was struggling to hold on. It makes sense though.
With the Red Air-Force, the Royal Air-Force, the USAAF, and various other planes of other nations all concentrated on the Air Force of one nation: Germany, it was practically impossible for Germany to compete with this many planes, and the Luftwaffe slowly withered into history.
But, in its final stand, the Germans used everything they could get their hands on, including captured allied aircraft to strike back in any way they could.
Germany by this point was trying to limit the destruction of the allied aerial bombings, and most of their aircraft went into this purpose after the better part of Germany's bombers were destroyed during the mini blitz.
Especially with the introduction of the American P-51D Mustang, the ability for the Luftwaffe to initiate damage to allied bombers was immensely depleted. This was because the P-51D could escort bombers all the way to their targets and all the way back, which ended the only advantage the Germans had of attacking the allied bombers when un-escorted.
By 1945, after a true final pounce of the German Luftwaffe during the Battle of the Bulge, the German air- force was practically not even there. They could not do anything, even the new Me-262's, except get outnumbered and shot down. The Me-262 was an amazing and revolutionary aircraft, but it's entry was too late, and the factories and airfields at which these new planes sat were for the most part destroyed. (Colorized by WW2 Colourized Photos)

Artillery Barrage. Deliver a massive and concentrated barrage of artillery on a designated area. #CODWWII #CallofDuty #COD #WWII

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Photo colorized and captioned by our very own @cassowarycolorizations "American troops on board a landing craft heading for the beaches at Oran in Algeria during Operation Torch, November 1942. Today I was reading a Victor Hugo’s poem which made me think why couldn’t I do something rather original: composing a poem while colorizing a picture, evoking the picture in words. I’m deeply sorry if this seems irreverent, but here it goes.

The bitter weaving holds the sound
of the darkest scream beneath the bank.
The sewed badge in the shoulder dies
with the moans of white, red and black.
As the ship approaches the dying shore,
Its breath embosoms the crimson sand.
And, as the filth of an unborn child,
the men jump into a shore of wrath.

The helmets hold the hope of most,
the grenades, the hands of twenty more,
the uniforms turn into a deeper moan
and the brave, gloomy men pray and cry
without even reaching the rage’s coast.
They shout the word of a dratted god,
they confess their duties to the ghost
of a flowing glory; today may be gone.

And the water embraces them all,
with the sorrow of a widow’s cough,
and it spits them all into the wall
of blood, darter, and expired goals.
Now, the fourteenth weave tries to bend
the moral of the mysterious men
who perished in the glazed arms
of a far, pitiful, unknown land."
By: @cassowarycolorizations
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This Day in #WWII History: On June 23, 1940, Hitler takes his only visit to #Paris after the fall of France, pictured here with architect Albert Speer (left) & artist Arno Breker (right). #WWII #WW2 #History #war #wars #paris #paris🇫🇷 #France #French #Hitler #german #germany #germany🇩🇪 #1940 #june #summer #eiffeltower #historical #historic #1940s #worldwarii #worldwar2

*Graphic* A fallen Wehrmacht Heer soldier sits after intense fighting against the Americans near Caen, France. This photo was taken sometime during the Invasion of Normandy. June 6th - Mid July, 1944. #NaziGermany #WWII #History #Wehrmacht #WaffenSS #InvasionofNormandy #ThirdReich

Into the Eyes of Death. Hitler's SS. SS standing for Schutzstaffel, the paramilitary organization began as Adolf Hitler's personal protection squad then transformed into one of the most feared fighting units in all of the Second World War. The Allgemeine SS, which is pictured above, enforced the Nazi Party Laws and kept order under Adolf Hitler's control. The Waffen SS, or Armed SS, was the combat branch of the organization. They would be the ones who looked ever concentration camps, and show no mercy towards their enemy in combat. With all this being said, I would like to engage in conversation about the SS. Let me know your overall opinion of the SS, what is it about them that made so many fear them?
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This was an infamous bar in pre-war Paris. Read more about it in today's blog. #stewross #stewrossdiscovers #paris #WWII

US soldier North Africa 1942 - with a captured German Submachine Gun/MP40, it looks like he is having fun 😂😝🇺🇸 #history #war #warriors #worldwar2 #ww2 #wwii #gun #guns #usarmy #usmilitary #america #merica #murica #usa #unitedstates #combat #combathistory #war #warhistory #military #militaryhistory #militaryconflicts #pastconflicts #historiansunion

This is an amazing photo of British Infantry from the 50th Infantry Division escorting German prisoners on Gold Beach on June 6th, 1944 (photo colorized by Joshua Barrett, and sorry for not posting yesterday guys). Gold Beach was one of the two beaches that the British Army would land on during the Normandy Invasion. The British 50th Infantry Division, along with the 8th Armoured Brigade, 56th Infantry Brigade, and No. 47 Royal Marine Commandos would land on the beach. Gold Beach was held by the 716th Static Division composed of several Ost Battalions (second-rate foreign soldiers) along with elements of the German 352nd Infantry Division. Opposed to the American beaches such as Omaha, Gold Beach had serval coastal towns along its shore and numerous French Coastal resorts. Prior to the landings the Royal Navy and Allied Air Forces did a brilliant job on neutralizing the German coastal defenses making the landings far less costly. The British landing forces would land on the beach sectors HOW, ITEM, JIG, and KING largely unopposed except for a few German 88s and pillboxes. Casualties were minimal, but the British began to move inland and proceed to the town of Bayeux which was captured on June 7th. The No. 47 Royal Marine Commandos were given the task of capturing the small coastal town of Port-en-Bessie with the eventual objective of linking up with American forces from Omaha Beach. The landings at Gold Beach were a success with limited casualties during the landings and with British troops moved inland the subsequent struggle to capture the city of Caen would begin. (I was thinking of doing a small series this week on the Commonwealth Landings during Normandy this week, let me know what you guys think). #photography#photo#history#historiansunion#combat#war#warfare#warriors#hero#military#soldier#reenactment#airborne#ww2#wwii#ww1#army#marines#navy#airforce#coastguard#usa#america#vintage#uk#england#france#germany#europe

Shown here is Josef Stalin, Winston Churchill, and Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Yalta Conference sometimes called The Crimea Conference and also code named the Argonaut Conference. Was being held in 1945. The purpose of the conference was to discuss Europes postwar reorganization among the heads of government of the United States, Soviet Union, and the United Kingdom.
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A post-war peace and collective security was very much needed for the liberated peoples of post-Nazi Europe. Doing so, would give Europe self determination against enemies around the world. The Yalta Conference surely became a topic of pure controversy.
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Here's my new video about Arnhem, LINK IN BIO. In this video we are visiting the dropzones where the british airborne forces of the 1st parachute brigade landed on September 17 1944. From there we head into the center of Arnhem to visit the Bridge and the sites where Lt. Col. John Frost held out for four days as he and his 2nd Battalion were cut off from the rest of the 1st Airborne Division.

Late 1945-early 1946, Hiroshima or Nagasaki, Japan. This haunting photo shows the "nuclear shadow" of a small girl jumping rope tied to a fire hydrant. ​The shadows were created from the heat of the atomic explosion. The heat bleaches the surfaces of an object but when another object is in front, it leaves the impression.

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I also found this gorgeous CWAC uniform. It's not my size and has a lot of holes. If you're interested, though, let me know. I can get you these items. It even has its purse and hat! #wac #canada #army #ww2 #worldwar2 #secondworldwar #history #wwii #cwac #uniform #hat #purse #vintage #antique #vintageclothing #vintagetreasures

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