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Bonfire at Street Party, Chorlton-on-Medlock, 1945 Childrens Street Party, Rosamund Street, Chorlton on Medlock, V E Day (Victory in Europe, end of World War II)

Childrens Street Party, Rosamund Street, Chorlton on Medlock, V E Day (Victory in Europe, end of World War II) Ref No:

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Poles Watch First German Planes - - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Wayne F. Miller Naples (friends), 1944.

Boy Helps Amputee Friend Injured in War in Naples, Italy 1944 streetphotography by Henri Cartier-Bresson

A Brazilian soldier of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force (Portuguese: Força Expedicionária Brasileira, or FEB) kisses his son goodbye from a train station as he and other Brazilian soldiers prepare to ship out to Italy to fight in the Italian Campaign. Brazil joined the Allies by declaring war on the Axis nations in 1942. It was the only sovereign South American nation to send troops to fight in Europe. During the eight months of the Italian Campaign, the 25,700 soldiers and airmen of the…

A Brazilian soldier of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force (Portuguese: Força Expedicionária Brasileira, or FEB) kisses his son goodbye from a train station as he and other Brazilian soldiers prepare to.

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Russian partisans managed to choke German supplies and transportation. Here a child stands with an older man, partisans if caught by the Germans were shot.

Germans Leave Czechoslovakia - HU041023 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. In the spring of 1945, prior to the collapse of German power, there were nearly 3.5 million Germans in Czech territory. 600,000 of them fled after the defeat. Of those who remained, half-a-million claimed to be anti-Fascists. The rest, a little over 2.5 million Germans, are now being shifted to Germany by the Czechs, whether they want to go or not.

Germans Leave Czechoslovakia - HU041023 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. In the spring of 1945, prior to the collapse of German power, there were nearly 3.5 million Germans in Czech territory. 600,000 of them fled after the defeat. Of those who remained, half-a-million claimed to be anti-Fascists. The rest, a little over 2.5 million Germans, are now being shifted to Germany by the Czechs, whether they want to go or not.

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