Africa Korps near Tobruk, Feb.41
Iwo Jima, ca. 1944
Sdkfz 254 was a fully tracked armored scout car, here seen in Afrikakorps service, employed by Wehrmacht during World War II.
"A transit camp was located between the American and Soviet zones organized for refugees; political prisoners, POW's, STO's (Forced Laborers), displaced persons, returning from the Eastern front of Germany that had been liberated by the Soviet Army. A young Belgian woman and former Gestapo informer, being identified as she tried to hide in the crowd." Henri Cartier Bresson. Dessau, Germany. April 1945.
LE DDT A DESSAU , 1945
Trains with refugees from the German East 1945 in Dresden
GERMANY. April 1945.
Německo 1945. Fotografie Henri Cartier-Bressona z tranzitního tábora v Dessau
German soldiers of the Wenck Wencke cross the Elbe in the direction of Tangermünde near Fischbeck in May 1945, to go to American war prison.
Photo: National Archives Washington DC, SLG Schwerdtfeger
Narvik, Norway, July 15, 1942: German submariners, just returned from "wolf-packing" an allied convoy in the northern waters
April 1940. German officer of the Kriegsmarine taken prisoner, guarded by a legionnaire