Lingen – Castellstraße

Infantry of 3rd Division clearing out snipers in the town of Lingen, 7 April 1945.
Then image: © IWM (BU 3165)
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Ordensburg Vogelsang (4)

Start of educational courses at the Ordensburg Vogelsang in 1936.
Then image: https://www.vogelsang-ip.de
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Ordensburg Vogelsang (3)

Hilter in discussion with Dr. Robert Ley at the Ordensburg Vogelsang.
Then image:
NS ORDENSBURGEN – by Franz Albert Heinen
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Vienna – Heldenplatz (4)

In 1938 at Vienna’s Heldenplatz, Hitler celebrates “The Anschluss” of Austria to the German Reich in front of cheering crowds.
Then image: ??
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Ordensburg Vogelsang (2)

Rudolf Hess and other high nazi officials listening to Dr. Robert Ley at the Ordensburg Vogelsang.
Then image: ?
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Ordensburg Vogelsang (1)

Hitler and Robert Ley at the Ordensburg Vogelsang in april 1937. Note: This is probably not the right side but this building was symmetrical. You cannot take a photo of the other side because there is a glass building that blocks the view.
Then image: Bundesarchiv, Bild 146-1985-108-27A / CC-BY-SA 3.0
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Zulpich – Nideggener Straße

Allied Soldiers near a roadsign in Zulpich on their way to Remagen in 1945.
Then image: http://www.justizclub-dueren.de
Author: A. Trostorf
Non commercial and educational use only
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Lingen – Am Markt

Infantry and carriers in the German town of Lingen, 6 April 1945. Note: The building on the far right is the same.
Then image: © IWM (BU 3160)
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Paestum (3) – Temple of Neptune

American maintenance, supply and medical services had their Headquarters at Paestum after going on land from the beaches of Paestum. The staff headquarters of the 480th harbour batallion was located in the Temple of Neptune.
Then image:  USNA (non commercial use only)
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Sword beach – Hermanville sur Mer (5)

Two wounded British soldiers from 3rd Division making their way back through
La Brèche d’Hermanville, 6 June 1944.
Then image: Imperial War Museum
(No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Mapham J (Sgt)).
Catalogue number: B 5029
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