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Crash Site-Photography of abandoned Planes with Happy Endings

Crash Site-Photography of abandoned Planes with Happy Endings

What an adorable children's play structure. We have the instructions for this wooden pretend airplane. Your kids' imaginations will soar!

What an adorable children's play structure. We have the instructions for this wooden pretend airplane. Your kids' imaginations will soar!

Destroyed Soviet tank T-34 tanks and British Valentine, under the guise of one of which is equipped with the position of the German soldiers. Rzhev area, 1942.

Destroyed Soviet tank T-34 tanks and British Valentine, under the guise of one of which is equipped with the position of the German soldiers. Rzhev area, 1942.

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Crossing a bridge is often dangerous for the weighty Tiger, but even more so in the ice and snow .s.Pz.Abt 501, Eastern Front | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Crossing a bridge is often dangerous for the weighty Tiger, but even more so in the ice and snow .s.Pz.Abt 501, Eastern Front | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

tiger | s.Pz.Abt. 501, Tiger 211 replenishes its ammunition,… | Flickr

tiger | s.Pz.Abt. 501, Tiger 211 replenishes its ammunition,… | Flickr

A column from s.Pz.-Abt. 501 with mixed medium tanks: Panzer IV Ausf. H, Panzer III Ausf. L (and of course Tiger).

A column from s.Pz.-Abt. 501 with mixed medium tanks: Panzer IV Ausf. H, Panzer III Ausf. L (and of course Tiger).

Tiger and his retinue, schwere abt 501, Pz Rgt 7

Tiger and his retinue, schwere abt 501, Pz Rgt 7

Battle of Korsun-Cherkassy Pocket, Jan-Feb 1944: This was a Soviet offensive aiming to destroy German troops trapped in the pocket near the Dieper river. The encircled German units broke out in coordination with a relief attempt by other German forces, with "roughly two out of three" encircled men succeeding in escaping the pocket, "and almost one third of their men ... dead or prisoners," according to German accounts.

Battle of Korsun-Cherkassy Pocket, Jan-Feb 1944: This was a Soviet offensive aiming to destroy German troops trapped in the pocket near the Dieper river. The encircled German units broke out in coordination with a relief attempt by other German forces, with "roughly two out of three" encircled men succeeding in escaping the pocket, "and almost one third of their men ... dead or prisoners," according to German accounts.