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Friday, June 24, 2016

These 44 Pictures Of The German Side Show What The Allies Were Up Against On D-Day

War History Online  "In June 1944, the Western-Allies had a tough test to pass. They had to breach the formidable Atlantic Wall, defended by the mighty German army. Even though it was just a mere shadow of its former self – the Russians had seen to that – it was still one of the best-trained armies in the world and the success of the Allied landings was by no means a sure thing.
In this article, we are going to take a closer look at the German side of D-Day. Not many pictures were taken by the Germans on June 6th, so we had to use images from the period before and after the landings. It will give a good idea of the strength of the enemy that the Allies faced in their struggle to retake Normandy and then the rest of Western Europe from Nazi German occupation."
A German soldier's view just before the place blew up, apparently.Beach fortifications with barber wire and tank traps. Northern France, 1944 (Image).
And all scenes from above were waiting for this men... That's how this story began. Into the jaws of death...

German MG42 machine gun bunker at Omaha Beach, Normandy, France - 1944 (Image).

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