American soldiers examine the wreckage of a British Spitfire which crashed near Anzio in Italy. The "Attrezzeria" building, which is a tool shop, may be the building onto which the plane crashed (January 30, 1944).
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The last WWII soldier: didn't surrender until 1974! I remember reading about this in People magazine. His mom was still alive at the time and the photo of she and him were enough to make you cry.
Spitfire 1X BS456 at Northolt on 22 Aug 1943, after being transferred to 316 Sqn. It was piloted by F/Lt L Kurylowicz who shot down a FW-190 but was later shot down by another FW-190 near Rouen; he spent 5 days in his dingy before being rescued uninjured.
Utah Beach, Medics de la 4th US Infantry Division, soignant l'un des leurs sur la plage.
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Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf.H tanks of 11. Panzer-Division enter a Soviet village. Note the equipment covered by tarps and the extra track on the Panzer III ("21") in the background. Behind the front tank we can see the Ghost emblem of the Division. Crews would live out of their vehicle. The Panzer III in the foreground has a Swastika flag strapped on the turret for identification by German aircraft
The is Pilot Officer Willie Lane. Lane died shortly after the photo was taken. Since Lane was shot down on 15 May 1943 (and was reported killed on 8 June 1943) we can assume the photo was taken during the second week of May 1943.The look of gentleness on the young pilot's face tells us how much comfort these dogs were capable of giving these stressed young men