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Paracaidistas alemanes pasan junto a soldados muertos de la Commonwealth, Creta, 1941

German army soldiers walking past bodies of fallen men. May/June Franz Peter Weixler

Fallschirmjäger, Karl Heinz Becker, Oberleutnant and chief of 11./Fsch.Jäg.Rgt 1 resting sometime after the attack at Heraklion Airfield on the Island of Crete. 20th of May 1941.

WEHRMACHT soldier: Fallschirmjäger, Karl Heinz Becker, Oberleutnant and chief of 1 resting sometime after the attack at Heraklion Airfield on the Island of Crete.

Same place, different time. This is amazing. Hauntingly beautiful.

Never Forget Ghost's And Tyrants Of History Past, Same place, different time. will history repeat?

Greece, Crete May 1941 -. English soldiers surrender to German Fallschirmjäger

Greece -Crete 1941 - Surrendering commonwealth soldiers been taken POW by German Fallschirmjäger. The ANZACS gave the German Paratroopers a caning all the same. Never used again as a frontline fighting force.

Reichsmarschall des Großdeutschen Reiches

"Dedicated to all the young men who answered their countries calls but never wanted war.

German paratroopers. France , Normandie June 1944

The utter exhaustion and stress of prolonged combat evident on their faces a German Fallschirmjäger (Paratrooper) unit gathers at a crossroads in France

German paratrooper on the Greek Aegean island of Leros, fall 1943.

A German member of the I./FJR 2 Fallschirmjäger (Paratroopers) waits on German occupied Crete to be dropped onto the Greek island of Leros, which had been invaded by the British in September

German medics of the 260th Infantry Division, Army Group Center(Heeresgruppe Mitte), assist wounded Soviet POWs during Operation Barbarossa; the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union. Romanischi, Gomel Region, Belarus, Soviet Union. July 1941.

German medics offer assistance to a gravely wounded Red Army soldier. Both of the man's arms are smashed. His left arm, still unattended, is obviously in need of amputation. This photo was taken in July early on in the war with Russia.

British soldiers taken prisoner by German paratroopers on Crete, 1941

British soldiers taken prisoner by German paratroopers on Crete, 1941

An American soldier gives a drink of water to a wounded German prisoner lying on a stretcher somewhere in the Normandy, France on June 19, 1944, battle area through which the allies advanced. (AP Photo)

An American soldier gives a drink of water to a wounded German prisoner lying on a stretcher somewhere in the Normandy, on June battle area through which the allies advanced.

Fallschirmjäger firing a 10,5 cm Leichtgeschütz 40, San Felice, Monte Cicero, Italy, 26 December 1943

German paratroops fire a LG 40 recoilless gun cm Leichtgeschütz during training exercises, San Felice (Monte Circeo), Italy, 26 December The paratroops deployed in infantry roles throughout the fighting in Italy.

WW1: British troops lie dead in their trench following a German counterattack and artillery barrage. Note the ammo drums for the Lewis Light MG on the ground on both sides of the KIA in the center of the photo.

Otto von Bismarck was not a minister of Chancellor of Germany in the First World War (The Great War), was an old man and was forced to give up several years ago by the German Emperor Frederick II.