Two German Luftwaffe Unteroffizieren (Corporals) are photographed on the hood of an American-made Willys MB jeep after being taken as POWs by Dutch soldiers of the Royal Netherlands Motorized Infantry Brigade (Prinses Irene Brigade) in neighboring.
bag-of-dirt: “German soldiers surrender American troops of the U. Ranger Battalion and the U. Infantry Division during the Battle of Cisterna. The battle lasted from 30 January 1944 to 2 February 1944 and was part of the Battle of Anzio.
Soldiers of the 2nd French Moroccan Division receive a final briefing before relieving the 34th Infantry Division in the front line near Cassino. January 1944. (Imperial War Museum) - pin by Paolo Marzioli
A Colonial Dutch Antillean soldier of the Netherlands Prinses Irene Brigade (P.) takes a German soldier as a POW in neighboring Belgium. Near Beringen, Limburg, Belgium. September Pin by Paolo Marzioli