German MG34 team in action, circa 1943.
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The arrival of the 369th Black infantry regiment in New York after World War I.
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Russian troops hoist the red banner of the Soviet Army after Stalingrad
An SS NCO wearing a sniper's smock being searched by an American Army Sergeant outside Gavray
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World War I mobilization, 1 August 1914
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A Swedish soldier during World War Two.
Assault units of the 62nd Soviet army battle the Germans in Stalingrad.
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German prisoners captured at Friedrichsfeld march through a town in Germany after the crossing of the
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German soldiers in Greece, April 1941
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German artillery during the Battle of Greece (1941).
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British stretcher bearers carry a wounded soldier in the clinging mud of Passchendaele. Photograph:
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Revolutions were stirring in many of Germany's cities towards the end of 1918. Here,
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German soldiers playing cards on the Western front in the summer of 1916
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German general inspecting Italian Fascist soldiers that remained loyal to Germany before transport to Anzio battle, Rome Italy March 1944.
Draftees of the German Army, 1898.
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German Wehrmacht General Anton Dostler is tied to a stake before his execution by a firing squad in a stockade in Aversa, Italy, on December 1, 1945.
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Chetniks and their German allies. (Image courtesy WikiCommons)
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German soldiers march by the Arc de Triomphe on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris (June 1940).
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German infantrymen operating a Maxim machine gun during World War I.
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A German prisoner of war escorted by a Soviet soldier with a PPSh-41, 1943. In this photograph ...
A soldier paints over a swastika. NARA
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German Army hussars on the attack during maneuvers, 1912.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks with President Trump at the Group of Seven summit in Canada on June 8. (Neil Hall/Epa-Efe/Rex/Shutterstock)
A German soldier has lain undisturbed for 70 years after falling in the Battle of the
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Algerian riflemen made prisoners by the German army.
The owners of a farm in northern France return to their land, devastated by the war, in 1919.ADOC/Corbis
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The battlefield gave the Soviets a military advantage as they remained stationary and were able to shoot at German forces more easily.
Members of Germany's Georgia Battalion mutinied on the Dutch island of Texel.
German soldiers enter the Polish town of Przemysl, which was occupied then by the Russians. The city was occupied by German troops on June 22, ...
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German Wehrmacht infantryman at the time of the Normandy Invasion of World War II (June
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A destroyed battle tank and buildings (background) on the streets of the city remain as witnesses to the intensity of the Battle of Stalingrad.
British soldiers attacking the Hindenburg Line, World War I, 1917-1918. Soldiers