German civilians being forced to bury the dead of the concentration camp at Gardelegen Location:Gardelegen, Germany Date taken:April 1945 Photographer:William Vandivert (This scene is very nicely depicted in the mini-series Band of Brothers.
Nazi with his young victim in hand. The German Nazis were despicable murderers
Mauthausen_worldwartwo An estimated 200,000 prisoners passed through Mauthausen from 1939-1945 with about half ending up dead.
A Hoffmann outtake from the summer of 1940 showing Hitler with his architect, Hermann Giesler. It was to Giesler whom Hitler entrusted his most personal project: the reconstruction of Linz, Austria, his “hometown,” and where he wished to retire.
هتلر و موسيليني Mussolini pays an official visit to Berlin, Hitler thought highly of the Italian dictator and the two shared an unusual rapport. Hitler praised Mussolini routinely in private and hailed him as a "pioneer" in the "New Europe.
Dresden- 30 000 people died during the two nights of bombing.
This is one of the most notorious photos of World War II. Imagine having that rock on your back and then having to wait patiently just for the chance to walk up the stairs and set it down - then walk back down and grab another. German Crimes Against Humanity World War Two