Jokes tumbling everywhere.
A general service officer (General Service Corps) with cages of canaries from evacuated villages, seen at Neulette, 26 August 1918.
Leading Seaman Lawrence with the ship's cat mascot.
Kitler Zeig meow!
Heer kitten explores somebody's jackboot. Best regards, JR.
[Photo] Rundstedt and Rommel studying a map at the LXXXI Army Corps headquarters in Northern France, 30 Mar 1944 | World War II Database
Kurt Knispel was the most successful tank ace during WW2, notable for his 168 confirmed tank kills, making him the most successful fighter in armored warfare.
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Wednesday 21 August 1940 Junkers Ju 88A-1 (B3+BM) of 4./KG 54. It crash-lands on Marsh Farm, Earnley, Sussex, on the evening of 21 Aug...
Fighter pilot von Richthofen wounded and with the military order 'Pour le Merite' together with his father - late summer 1917 Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
Hans-Ulrich Rudel was shot down 30 times during his 2,530 missions. He destroyed one battleship, one cruiser, one destroyer, 70 landing craft, 800