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Polish soldiers marching, Poland, circa 1939German battleship Schleswig-Holstein bombarding Westerplatte, Danzig, 1 Sep 1939. Photo 1 of 2.German battleship Schleswig-Holstein bombarding Westerplatte, Danzig, 1 Sep 1939. Photo 2 of 2.German troops at the Egiertowo crossroads on the road to Danzig during the initial invasion of Poland, 1 Sep 1939. Note the heavy German reliance on horse-drawn transports.
Polish soldiers marching, Poland, circa 1939German battleship Schleswig-Holstein bombarding Westerplatte, Danzig, 1 Sep 1939. Photo 1 of 2.German battleship Schleswig-Holstein bombarding Westerplatte, Danzig, 1 Sep 1939. Photo 2 of 2.German troops at the Egiertowo crossroads on the road to Danzig during the initial invasion of Poland, 1 Sep 1939. Note the heavy German reliance on horse-drawn transports.
German troops escorting the fighters who had surrendered at the Danzig post office, 1 Sep 1939German troops removing a gate at a border checkpoint, Zoppot-Gdingen (Sopot-Gdynia) Street in Danzig (Gdańsk), 1 Sep 1939, photo 1 of 2German troops removing a gate at a border checkpoint, Zoppot-Gdingen (Sopot-Gdynia) Street in Danzig (Gdańsk), 1 Sep 1939, photo 2 of 2German troops removing the Polish emblem from the wall of a post office in Danzig, 1 Sep 1939
German troops escorting the fighters who had surrendered at the Danzig post office, 1 Sep 1939German troops removing a gate at a border checkpoint, Zoppot-Gdingen (Sopot-Gdynia) Street in Danzig (Gdańsk), 1 Sep 1939, photo 1 of 2German troops removing a gate at a border checkpoint, Zoppot-Gdingen (Sopot-Gdynia) Street in Danzig (Gdańsk), 1 Sep 1939, photo 2 of 2German troops removing the Polish emblem from the wall of a post office in Danzig, 1 Sep 1939
German women living in Poland giving bread to German soldiers, Poland, 2 Sep 1939Sailors inspected damage on Schleswig-Holstein caused by Polish coastal batteries of Hel Penninsula, Sep 1939Civilians celebrating the British declaration of war on Germany, Warsaw, Poland, 3 Sep 1939; translation of the banner German Panzer I, Panzer II, and SdKfz. 251 vehicles in Poland, circa 3 Sep 1939; the officer in the SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle might be Heinz Guderian
German women living in Poland giving bread to German soldiers, Poland, 2 Sep 1939Sailors inspected damage on Schleswig-Holstein caused by Polish coastal batteries of Hel Penninsula, Sep 1939Civilians celebrating the British declaration of war on Germany, Warsaw, Poland, 3 Sep 1939; translation of the banner 'Long Live England'German Panzer I, Panzer II, and SdKfz. 251 vehicles in Poland, circa 3 Sep 1939; the officer in the SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle might be Heinz Guderian
A girl holding her dog, 8 ┼╗elazna Street, Warsaw, Poland, 5 Sep 1939A lone horse wondering a recent battlefield, Poland, Sep 1939City of Wielun, Poland damaged after German aerial bombing, early Sep 1939German motorized troops traveling on muddy road in Poland, Sep 1939
A girl holding her dog, 8 ┼╗elazna Street, Warsaw, Poland, 5 Sep 1939A lone horse wondering a recent battlefield, Poland, Sep 1939City of Wielun, Poland damaged after German aerial bombing, early Sep 1939German motorized troops traveling on muddy road in Poland, Sep 1939
Aerial view of a Polish city through the gunnerGerman aerial bombs detonating around a road in Poland, Sep 1939Public execution of Polish hostages by the newly established German occupation authority, Bydgoszcz, Poland, 8 or 9 Sep 1939German Heinkel He 111 aircraft bombing Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Aerial view of a Polish city through the gunner's station aboard a German He 111 bomber, Sep 1939German aerial bombs detonating around a road in Poland, Sep 1939Public execution of Polish hostages by the newly established German occupation authority, Bydgoszcz, Poland, 8 or 9 Sep 1939German Heinkel He 111 aircraft bombing Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939

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