Death of Hitler

With the Soviet forces weighing down on his Berlin bunker, the German dictator committed suicide on 30 Apr 1945. Hitler left behind a devastated Europe and the legacy of being among the most evil in the history of mankind.

More about Death of Hitler

Recently Updated Articles

Book Review: When the Emperor Was Divine, 16 Apr 2014
Facility: Zhanyi Airfield, 15 Apr 2014
Person: Sun-yup Paik, 14 Apr 2014
Document: The Pact of Steel, 11 Apr 2014
Weapon: K4, 10 Apr 2014
Book Review: Two Americans: Truman, Eisenhower and a Dangerous World, 9 Apr 2014
Facility: Ankang Airfield, 8 Apr 2014
Person: Il-kwon Chung, 7 Apr 2014
Facility: Fuzhou Arsenal, 5 Apr 2014
Book Review: Those Angry Days, 4 Apr 2014
Facility: Ryojun Guard District, 3 Apr 2014
Book Review: The Eichmann Trial, 2 Apr 2014
Stay updated with WW2DB

Today in WW2 History

Newest Photos

Sergio Osmeña speaking to troops of the US Army 1st Filipino Infantry Regiment, Camp San Luis Obispo, California, United States, 1942-1944Japanese Army soldier with a Type 11 machine gun, date unknownJapanese Army soldier carrying a Type 11 machine gun, date unknownJapanese Navy sailors scrubbing the deck of a ship, date unknown
Portrait of a Japanese Army Acting Corporal, date unknownJapanese Type 11 machine gun and crew in a bunker, date unknownJapanese troops with an armored car and a Type 96 machine gun, date unknownNew Japanese Navy sailors being fitted for uniforms, date unknown
Ceremony at the stern of a Japanese Navy ship, date unknownJapanese sailors at the bow of a ship, date unknownPortrait of a Japanese Army soldier, date unknownJapanese soldiers, date unknown
Search WW2DB & Partner Sites

Random Photograph

Chinese soldiers posing with captured Japanese Type 92 heavy machine guns, date unknown

Site Sponsor

Current Site Statistics

Famous WW2 Quote
"You ask, what is our aim? I can answer in one word. It is victory. Victory at all costs. Victory in spite of all terrors. Victory, however long and hard the road may be, for without victory there is no survival."

Winston Churchill