Wojciech Klepacki

Wojciech Klepacki

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P-47D Thunderbolt of the 353rd Fighter Squadron flown by Major Glenn T. Eagleston Squadron Commanding Officer and top ace of 9th Air Force with 18.5 kills Rosieres en Haye Airbase France February 1945.

A ground crewman rides the wing of a Republic Thunderbolt as it taxis, to direct the pilot of the U. Ninth Air force. The belongs to ace Major Glenn T. Eagleston of the Fighter Sq.

One of the many steel helmets from World War I which farmers still find when they are ploughing their fields. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

One of the many steel helmets from World War I which farmers still find when they are ploughing their fields. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

German soldier carries a wounded comrade.

Wermacht sanitater, pin by Paolo Marzioli, pin by Paolo Marzioli

"I begin with the young. We older ones are used up.... But my magnificent youngsters! Look at these men and boys! What material! With them, I can create a new world." - Adolf Hitler   In order for Germany to conquer Europe and beyond, he believed that his ideology and beliefs needed to be implemented into those who would rule Germany in future generations. This picture of Hitler's youth resembles Hitler's attempt to maintain and preserve Hitler's rise to power.

This picture shows two young boys in the Nazi uniform, the uniform and holding flags and walking in the street as a part of Hitler youth made young children feel smart and special to one day be brain washed into becoming a Nazi soldier.

Indoctrinating children was a key goal of the NAZI Party.  Our government is trying the same thing.  First through common core school books that have history lies in them, religious lies in them, political lies in them, and even teach very graphic sexual activities.

hitler youth law Hitler took advantage of the young easy to trick youth in Germany. He made the youth train for war. He brainwashed the youth to believe in all of his ideas.

A cheerful young German boy soldier captured by the 11th Armoured Division, Third US Army, near Kulmbach, Germany, 15 April 1945. Although wearing a German Army uniform, he had not been issued arms. He was one of a group being marched to the Czechoslovak border.

EA A cheerful young German boy soldier captured by the Armoured Division Third US Army near Kulmbach Germany 15 April Although wearing a German Army uniform he had not been issued arms