sanctum ignis
Więcej pomysłów od użytkownika sanctum
SS soldier drink

SS soldier drink

SS Untersturmfuhrer Harry Lubbe , 1.SS Panzer Division "LSSAH"

SS Untersturmfuhrer Harry Lubbe , 1.SS Panzer Division "LSSAH"

6th Army soldiers marching to Stalingrad, 1942. These kids had no idea what kind of hell was about to be unleashed on them. Literally marching to hell. It’s kind of eerie looking at the men in this picture and realizing that statistically speaking, they most likely never saw 1944. Those sunglasses are privately own, probably pretty expensive. Sunglasses were only issued for Afrika Korps troops and for motorcycles, but not for infantry.

6th Army soldiers marching to Stalingrad, 1942. These kids had no idea what kind of hell was about to be unleashed on them. Literally marching to hell. It’s kind of eerie looking at the men in this picture and realizing that statistically speaking, they most likely never saw 1944. Those sunglasses are privately own, probably pretty expensive. Sunglasses were only issued for Afrika Korps troops and for motorcycles, but not for infantry.

Soldier WW2

Soldier WW2

German soldier splashing in puddles in the 1940s

German soldier splashing in puddles in the 1940s

Le visage marqué par la tension...

Le visage marqué par la tension...

Runes as talismans:- I find them useful to add to most of my herbal and gem sachets

Runes as talismans:- I find them useful to add to most of my herbal and gem sachets

Season 9 promo, Jared

Season 9 promo, Jared

✠ ☠ ϟϟ Waffen-SS  Obersturmführer Rudolf von Ribbentrop, son of German Foreign Minister J. Von Ribbentrop.  He was awarded the Iron Cross for actions on the Western front, then the Finnish Freedom Cross as a platoon leader defending Finland and then the Knight's Cross to the Iron Cross for his actions on the Eastern front.  'The Allies'  hanged his father but he, though wounded in action five times, survived the war, still alive as of 2015.

✠ ☠ ϟϟ Waffen-SS Obersturmführer Rudolf von Ribbentrop, son of German Foreign Minister J. Von Ribbentrop. He was awarded the Iron Cross for actions on the Western front, then the Finnish Freedom Cross as a platoon leader defending Finland and then the Knight's Cross to the Iron Cross for his actions on the Eastern front. 'The Allies' hanged his father but he, though wounded in action five times, survived the war, still alive as of 2015.