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The graves of the German tank crew right next to their destroyed machine, Eastern Front, undated. Germany invaded Russia with insufficient armored forces. By late 1942, armored losses had already crossed into the danger zone, a trend that continued consistently until the end of the war.

The graves of the German tank crew next to their tank, Eastern Front, undated…

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Rare World War One Colour Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand,one of 19 official German photographers documenting the war, but the only one to shoot in colour. Hildenbrand’s images were taken mostly in the Alsace and Champagne sectors during 1915 and

Check Out Some Of These Rare Moments In History... I Had No Idea.

Check Out Some Of These Rare Moments In History. I Had No Idea. Not all military photos, but enough that I felt comfortable pining it here.

Here Are 45 Incredibly Rare Photos You Haven't Seen Before. #14 Is Very…

45 Photos From History You've Probably Never Seen

This Sherman tank of the 778th Tank Battalion was knocked out by three hits fired by two Hetzers on March 6th 1945. Picture taken in Lampaden, Germany, March 9th 1945.

Disabled American tank «Sherman" of 778 Tank Battalion attached to U. Infantry Division in the battle for Zaabruken. Note the holes in the tank’s frontal plate, result of antitank fire. In the foreground dead German soldiers.

Three Japanese snipers elected to shoot it out during the battle for Leyte Island (1944). They were killed by U.S. Marines and fell into the muddy water of a bomb crater. Photographed by Harry R. Watson of the U.S. Coast Guard

Three Japanese snipers elected to shoot it out during the battle for Leyte Island. Yankee bullets drilled the Japanese and dropped them in a the muddy water of a bomb crater, where they sought shelter in a running rifle fight.

Two German soldiers sit on top of what looks like to be a 7.5cm Pak 41 Anti-Tank gun.

Two German soldiers sit on top of what looks like to be a Pak 41 Anti-Tank gun.

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