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A Long Range Desert Group Chevrolet 30cwt 1533 truck negotiates the slope of a sand dune during a patrol in the desert 27 March 1941.

A Long Range Desert Group Chevrolet 1533 truck negotiates the slope of a sand dune during a patrol in the desert 27 March

Brigadeführer Hermann Fegelein commander of the 1. & 2.SS-Kavallerie Regiments in the rare M41 SS-Sommer bluse, sitting in a Feiseler Fi 156 Storch reconnaissance/liaison aircraft, August, 1941.

Brigadeführer Hermann Fegelein commander of the & Regiments in the rare SS-Sommer bluse, sitting in a Feiseler Fi 156 Storch reconnaissance/liaison aircraft, August,

This is one of five known X-rays of Hitler's head, part of his medical records compiled by American military intelligence after the German's surrendered and declassified in 1958. The records also include doctor's reports, diagrams of his teeth and nose and electrocardiograms. He had bad teeth, lots of fillings and crowns.

X ray of Hitler’s Skull. This is one of five known X-rays of Hitler’s head, part of his medical records compiled by American military intelligence after the German’s surrendered and.

Panzerkampfwagen IV ausf.D (turmnummer 432) commanded by Oberleutnant (1st Lieutenant) Karl Hanke and assigned to the Panzer Regiment 25/7.Panzer Division under Generalmajor Erwin Rommel during the Battle of France. This propaganda photo appeared in Signal magazine in 1940

D (turmnummer commanded by Oberleutnant Lieutenant) Karl Hanke and assigned to the Panzer Regiment Division under Generalmajor Erwin Rommel during the Battle of France. This propaganda photo appeared in Signal magazine in 1940

Exhausted Wehrmacht troopers travelling in convoy on a BMW R12 and sidecar of the 2./Motorcycle Infantry Company, 8th Panzer Division, somewhere on the Eastern Front in 1941.

Exhausted Wehrmacht troopers travelling in convoy on a BMW and sidecar of the Infantry Company, Panzer Division, somewhere on the Eastern Front in During the campaigns that spread across Europe and into the Soviet Union,.

Corporal G.H. Swift, Company C, 18th Massachusetts, was injured at the battle of Chancellorsville, Va. on May 3, 1863, when a musket ball fractured the top of his skull. Surgeons attempted to trephine the wound but halted the procedure upon discovering that the inner surface of the skull was not fractured. Corporal Swift died on May 17.

Corporal G. Swift, Company C, Massachusetts, was injured at the battle of Chancellorsville, Va. on May when a musket ball fractured the top of his skull. Surgeons attempted to trephine the wound but halted the procedure upon discovering th

Dr. Claus Schilling being prepared for execution, 28 May 1946.  Found guilty during the Nuremberg Trials for his participation in the Nazi Human Experimentations, Schilling had flourished under the regimes of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. It is because of this that he was found to be responsible for testing on thousands of Dachau inmates; many of which suffered from his intense ‘research’ into the field of treating Malaria by the use of synthetic drugs and intentional injection of the…

Post with 8601 views. US military authorities prepare to hang Dr Klaus Karl Schilling at Landsberg, Germany, on May In a Dachau war crimes trial he was convicted of using concentration camp prisoners for malaria experimentation.