by Tomás Munita
British war correspondent George A.Geyms on the battlefiled at San Leonardo di Ortona, Italy, 10 December 1943 between two dead german soldiers,
Russian naval radio officers operate under fire, WWII.
German machine gun nest, North Africa (c. 1941-1943)
Panzer IIIs being unloaded from a ship for the Afrika Korps in North Africa.
This SUPER rare photo of an SS Fallschirmjager was probably taken by the Buda Castle, in Budapest Hungary, after it was captured by Waffen-SS fallschirmjäger (SS-FJ Btl. 600) during Unternemen Eisenfaust (Operation Iron Fist). This operation was very thrown together in an ad hoc manner. Because much of it was done incognito, the soldiers wore civilian clothes as can be seen by the pants and shoes of the SS-FJ man, who clearly hasn’t had time to change clothes!