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German Airforce man with war dog
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Pen&Ink drawing of shot down Ju 87 Stuka - famous German WWII dive bomber
A4 size Canson Illustration paper
Collection of my best friend
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По выжженой равнине,
За метром - метр,
Идут по Украине
Солдаты группы "Центр".
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A Wehrmacht soldier during the battle in Russia. He drives a speedboat
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Photo taken @ Gunman Airsoft WWII event 'The Gothic Line' ~
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B-24D Liberator, "Lady Be Good" no. 41-24301, 514th Bomb Squadron, 376th Bomb Group failed to return from an April 4, 1943 bombing raid on Naples, Italy. In 1958 the wreckage of Lady Be Good was discovered 710 km (440 mi) inland...
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September, 1939, Germany invades Poland.  Hitler has begun his march across Europe.  Germany's massive, long awaited, newly equipped army, known as the Wehrmacht, is the best army the world has ever seen.  The innovative Panzers of the Blitzkrieg (Lightning War) plow through Poland.  The harrowing Junkers "Stuka" Ju 87's screech over the cities, devastating the Poles.  Germany's advanced weaponry, armored units, and disciplined troops are ready to take on the world.  The countries surrounding Germany have no chance against them. 

18 year old Obergefreiter Wilhelm Matthias Hennicke is a bright, eager recruit who is proud to serve in Germany's mighty Wehrmacht.  He's been made a machine gunner in his regiment and knows everything there is to know about the sleek and innovative Maschinengewehr 34.  He's only experienced mild encounters with Polish troops and hasn't experienced any real trouble on the front.  Wilhelm has been a member of the Hitler Youth since 1933 and has made it his goal in life to serve on the battlefield for the Fatherland.  His newlywed wife, Hildegard, prays for him every day back in their hometown Dresden in Saxony.  Wilhelm writes her a letter every week.

Wilhelm tells Hildegard in his letters that he predicts the war will continue at least a year from now.  He's certain nothing could stop the German Wehrmacht. 
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