Citizens of Ludwigslust, Germany made aware of the atrocities at a nearby concentration camp, May 1945Generals Henry (Harry) Crerar and Miles Dempsey flank Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany, 10 May 1945.JRS-1 aircraft at Langley, Virginia, United States, 10 May 1945Leading petty officers of US Navy
Citizens of Ludwigslust, Germany made aware of the atrocities at a nearby concentration camp, May 1945Generals Henry (Harry) Crerar and Miles Dempsey flank Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s headquarters at Lüneburg Heath, Germany, 10 May 1945.JRS-1 aircraft at Langley, Virginia, United States, 10 May 1945Leading petty officers of US Navy's new African-American logistics companies, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 10 May 1945; front: Chase, Perry; rear: Vaultz, Williams, Beech, Cook
Red Army soldiers celebrating the victory in Berlin, Germany, May 1945Soviet Army photographer Yevgeny Khaldei in Berlin, Germany, May 1945; note Brandenburg Gate in backgroundSoviet soldiers in a tram, Berlin, Germany, May 1945Soviet troops flying a flag atop Hotel Adlon on Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany, May 1945
Red Army soldiers celebrating the victory in Berlin, Germany, May 1945Soviet Army photographer Yevgeny Khaldei in Berlin, Germany, May 1945; note Brandenburg Gate in backgroundSoviet soldiers in a tram, Berlin, Germany, May 1945Soviet troops flying a flag atop Hotel Adlon on Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany, May 1945
United States intelligence schematic of the Japanese MXY7 Ohka “Baka” bomb published 10 May 1945, just five weeks after the weapon’s discovery on Okinawa.US Marine Private First Class Paul E. Ison running through Japanese fire at
United States intelligence schematic of the Japanese MXY7 Ohka “Baka” bomb published 10 May 1945, just five weeks after the weapon’s discovery on Okinawa.US Marine Private First Class Paul E. Ison running through Japanese fire at 'Death Valley', Okinawa, Japan, 10 May 1945


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