Тема: Военная фотоИстория

здесь будут поститься фото из Первой, Второй ВМВ, Корейской и Вьетнамской, арабо-израильских войн
на Militaryphotos.сom был огромный раздел фото из истории ВМВ
жаль что ресурса не стало

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'Operation Husky' the Allied invasion of Sicily July 1943

British troops of the 6th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, 151st Brigade chat with an American paratrooper of the 505th PIR in the Piazza Umberto I, Avola, Sicily. 11 July 1943.

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Acting Squadron Leader Robert Stanford-Tuck DSO., CO of Nº. 257 (Burma) Squadron, in the cockpit of his Hawker Hurricane Mark I, V6864 'DT-A', at RAF Coltishall, Norfolk. January 1941.

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A British Army Churchill IV (NA 75) tank of 'A' Squadron, 'The North Irish Horse' attached to the 25th Tank Brigade passing through Via XX Settembre, a narrow street in Montefiore Conca in Rimini, Italy on the 11th September 1944.

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Pvt. Kenneth O. Earl (B 111396) of 'Dog Company', Perth Regiment, RCIC (attached to the 11th Canadian Infantry Brigade, 5th Canadian Armoured Division) North of Arnhem, Netherlands, April 15, 1945

что за винтовка?

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Volkswagen Type 82 Kübelwagen (literally, tub or bucket car) WH-1276387 'Feldgendarmerie' on the Eastern Front during' Operation Citadel', June 21, 1943.

тогдашний немецкий "хаммер"

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A US soldier stands amid crates and stacks of loot stored by Nazi Germany in Schlosskirche (Castle church), Ellingen, Bavaria.
24 April 1945.

In addition to stealing priceless art, basic items such as clothing, fabric, furniture, dishes, and other household items were plundered for use by the Reich.
Known as Möbel Aktion, at least 70,000 dwellings in France, Belgium and the Netherlands were emptied between 1942 and 1944; in Paris 38,000 apartments were stripped bare by French moving companies at the request of the German authorities. It took 674 trains to transport the loot to Germany. Some 2,700 train cars supplied Hamburg alone.
Any personal items like photos or damaged items were burned. What remained was put in crates and taken to warehouses and sorting centers specifically established for this purpose. This church in Ellingen was one of those warehouses.
The property stolen was redistributed to supervisors of the Möbel Aktion and German soldiers, or offered as compensation to Germans who suffered losses caused by Allied bombings.
While some of the items in the crates and in the piles of items in the church are hard to identify, the bolts of fabric and items of clothing are able to be identified. Also, the Dutch surname Oevli, is seen on three of the crates with numbers. Almost all of the packages and rolls of fabric have tags and were most likely sent on to workhouses to make clothing.

(Source - US National Archives - 5757187)

награбленное нацистами

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A GPO (Gun Position Officer) of the 1st Air Landing Light Artillery Regiment, serving with 5th Infantry Division, gives the order to take post at a 75mm howitzer battery during the advance on Isernia in Italy.
3 November 1943.

In Southern Italy, 1st Airlanding Light Regiment supported 1st Canadian Infantry Division in Campobasso before alternating with 5th Infantry Division to Rionero in October 1943. The unit spent the beginning of December supporting 2nd New Zealand Division in three unsuccessful attacks on Orosogna. However, by mid December it was deployed to support 2nd (Independent) Parachute Brigade and 78th Infantry Division in many locales such as Casoli, Gessopelena and Roccascalegna where they fought on until January 1944. (paradata.org.uk)

хорошая кричалка

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Deutsche Heer Obergefreiter (German Army Senior Lance-Corporal) prepares to throw a Model 24 Stielhandgranate (Stick Hand Grenade) in a staged propaganda photo during invasion of the Soviet Union.

немецкий "политрук"

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November is National Native American Heritage Month: “Growing Native Leaders: Enhancing Seven Generations” Throughout the Army's 240 year history, Native Americans have served valiantly and with distinction in times of peace and war.

On Mar. 3, 2008, Master Sgt. Woodrow W. Keeble posthumously received the #MedalOfHonor for his heroism during the Korean War, the first full-blooded Sioux Indian to receive the nation's highest military award. On Oct. 20, 1951, Keeble, an acting platoon leader in 2nd Battalion 19th Infantry, 24th Infantry Division, dashed forward and joined pinned-down Soldiers assaulting three well-fortified and strategically placed enemy positions on Hill 765, near Sangsan-ni, Korea. Under heavy fire, Keeble crawled forward to each position, and using grenades, destroyed them and then directed fire against the enemy in nearby trenches.

For more on Native Americans in the #USArmy at http://www.army.mil/americanindians

Read the U.S. Army senior leaders tri-signed Native American Heritage Month 2015 letter at http://go.usa.gov/cTKXP /

Photo courtesy of Vets Incorporated, Wahpeton, ND

индеец сиу, геройски погибший в Корейской войне

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#USArmy Soldiers, assigned to 4th Signal Company, 4th Infantry Division, Comanche “code-talkers” pose for a photo in 1944.

In Europe, the 4th Signal Company, 4th Infantry Division, was assigned 17 Comanche code talkers. From the #DDay landings at Normandy in June 1944, to the liberation of Paris and the Battle of the Bulge, they kept the lines of communications secure during #WorldWarII.

интересно - эти солдаты команче (сигнальная рота) изъяснялись собственной системой кодов, что обезопасило их линию связи от противника )

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Frederick Ramage’s picture of displaced persons crossing the River Elbe over what is left of the bridge at Tangermünde in Germany. 1st May 1945.
The bridge had been blown up by the retreating German army. The refugees are fleeing from the advancing Soviet army.

бегут от приближающейся Советской армии

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The first Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber operated by German forces, in KG 200 markings. This B-17F-27-BO (41-24585; PU-B) was crash-landed near Melun, France by a crew from the 303d Bombardment Group on December 12, 1942 and repaired by Luftwaffe ground staff.[6] Its USAAF nickname, "Wulfe Hound", is frequently misspelled.

а я и не знал, что В-29 был в распоряжении люфтваффе
вот как Facebook животворный расширяет границы познания ))

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Focke-Wulf Fw 190

сегодня...

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Winston Churchill tests his hand with the Thompson sub-machine gun in .45 caliber

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