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"East meets West" American and Russian officers dance with Red Army girls "East meets West" American and Russian officers dance with Red Army girls
American and Russian officers dance with Red Army girls following dinner celebrating the meeting of Major General Clarence L. Huebner, Commanding General, V Corps, and a Russian General at Torgan, Germany, April 27, 1945.
 
 
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"East meets West" at Torgau, Germany "East meets West" at Torgau, Germany
Happy 2nd Lt. William Robertson and Lt. Alexander Sylvashko, Russian Army, shown in front of sign "East meets West" symbolizing the historic meeting of the Russian and American Army near Torgau, Germany. April 25, 1945.
 
 
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16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, cross the Weser River 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, cross the Weser River
From newly-captured town, members of the 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, cross the Weser River in assault boats to take Furstenberg, Germany. US First Army, April 8, 1945.
 
 
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1st Infantry Division advance through the Staats Forest 1st Infantry Division advance through the Staats Forest
American infantrymen of Company F, 2nd Battalion, 16th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division, advance through the Staats Forest of Germany on the road to Berlin, near Hamich, November 18, 1944.
 
 
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1st Infantry Division half-track moves through the Hurtgen Forest 1st Infantry Division half-track moves through the Hurtgen Forest
1st Infantry Division half-track plows its way through a muddy road in the Hurtgen Forest. 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, Feb 15, 1945.
 
 
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1st Infantry Division move into Frauwullesheim, Germany 1st Infantry Division move into Frauwullesheim, Germany
Infantrymen of the 1st Infantry Division, U.S. First Army, move into Frauwullesheim, Germany, after crossing the Roer River. Company C, 1st Battalion, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division. 2/28/45.
 
 
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1st Infantry Division move into Soller, Germany 1st Infantry Division move into Soller, Germany
Infantrymen preparing to move into Soller, Germany, rest amid brush and foxholes until the artillery barrage ceases. Company E, 2d Battalion, 26th Infantry Regiment, First Infantry Division. 2/27/45.
 
 
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1st Infantry Division move out of Schneidhausen, Germany 1st Infantry Division move out of Schneidhausen, Germany
Infantrymen of the 1st Infantry Division, First U.S. Army, move out of Schneidhausen, Germany, to cross the Rhine River. Company B, 1st Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, U.S. First Army. 25 Feb 1945.
 
 
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1st Infantry Division move through Stockheim, Germany 1st Infantry Division move through Stockheim, Germany
Infantrymen of Company F, 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, U.S. First Army, move through the town of Stockheim, Germany, as artillery lays barrage on next objectives. 2/27/45.
 
 
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1st Infantry Division of U.S. First Army advances near Kreuzau, Germany 1st Infantry Division of U.S. First Army advances near Kreuzau, Germany
1st Infantry Division of U.S. First Army advances near Kreuzau, Germany. Chemical mortars lay down barrage of white phosphorous shells in the distance. 90th Chemical Battalion, 1st Infantry Division. 2/24/45.
 
 
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1st Infantry Division under sniper fire, Furstenberg, Germany 1st Infantry Division under sniper fire, Furstenberg, Germany
Infantrymen of the 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, move through the woods toward Furstenberg, Germany, while under sniper fire. They have crossed the Weser River after capturing the town of Werhdon. Company B, 16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, 4/8/45.
 
 
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1st U.S. Army probes street for Anti-tank mine 1st U.S. Army probes street for Anti-tank mine
 Soldier with the 14th Tank battalion, 9th Armored Division, 1st U.S. Army probes hole in street for hidden Anti-tank mine at Engers, Germany.
 
 
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255th Infantry Regiment move into Waldenburg, Germany 255th Infantry Regiment move into Waldenburg, Germany
Infantrymen of the 255th Infantry Regiment move down bomb street in Waldenburg, Germany to hunt out the Hun after a recent raid by 63rd Division. April 16, 1945.
 
 
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3rd Armored Division riding on tank at Siegfried Line 3rd Armored Division riding on tank at Siegfried Line
39th Infantry, 9th Division, 3rd Armored Division riding on the back of a bulldozer tank going through Siegfried Line.
 
 
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55th Armored & 22nd Tank Battalion move in Wernberg, Germany 55th Armored & 22nd Tank Battalion move in Wernberg, Germany
Soldiers with the 55th Armored Infantry Battalion and tank from 22nd Tank Battalion, move through smoke filled street of Wernberg, Germany. April 22, 1945.
 
 
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55th Armored Infantry and 22nd Tank Battalion move into Wernberg, Germany 55th Armored Infantry and 22nd Tank Battalion move into Wernberg, Germany
Soldiers of the 55th Armored Infantry Battalion and tank of the 22nd Tank Battalion, move through smoke filled street of Wernberg, Germany. April 22, 1945. Pvt. Joseph Scrippens. (Army)
 
 
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89th Infantry crossing the Rhine river during battle, St. Goar 89th Infantry crossing the Rhine river during battle, St. Goar
American troops from the 89th Infantry are crossing the Rhine river under heavy German fire at St. Goar and Boppard, Germany. March 25, 1945.
 
 
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9th Armored Division, 1st U.S. Army enter Engers, Germany 9th Armored Division, 1st U.S. Army enter Engers, Germany
C Company, 27th Armored Infantry, 9th Armored Division, 1st U.S. Army enter Engers, Germany, after advance from Neuwied, April 7, 1945.
 
 
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9th Armored Division, 1st U.S. Army move through Engers, Germany 9th Armored Division, 1st U.S. Army move through Engers, Germany
Halftracks with 9th Armored Division, 1st U.S. Army, move through Engers, Germany. Town was heavily mined and caution in approach with Armor was necessary. March 27, 1945.
 
 
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American soldiers pass the Siegfried Line in Germany, 1945 American soldiers pass the Siegfried Line in Germany, 1945
American soldiers pass the Siegfried Line as they move into Germany, in the backround you can see tank traps and were known as "dragon’s teeth" April 1945.
 
 
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Bombed out city of Nuremberg 1945 Bombed out city of Nuremberg 1945
Bavarian city of Nuremberg, following the cessation of organized resistance. In the distance, the twin-spired Lorenz Church on the right and surrounded with rubble. The statue on the right is Kaiser William, April 10, 1945.
 
 
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Bombed out city of Nuremberg, Germany Bombed out city of Nuremberg, Germany
 Choked with debris, a bombed water intake of the Pegnitz River no longer supplies war factories in Nuremberg, vital Reich industrial city and festival center of the Nazi party, which was captured April 20, 1945, by troops of the U.S. Army.
 
 
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British soldier rescuing a puppy near Geilenkirchen, Germany British soldier rescuing a puppy near Geilenkirchen, Germany
British soldier Sgt. Williamson is rescuing a puppy dog from the ruins of a shelled German house on the outskirts of Geilenkirchen, Germany. November 1944.
 
 
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Captured Hitler Youth getting medical aid Captured Hitler Youth getting medical aid
 Captured Hitler Youth Nazi appears to be in his "teens" and his expression is not exactly that of the conquering hero as an American soldier looks at the soldier injury while awaiting the arrival of a medic, September 6, 1944. Photo by Sgt. Waks, Army Surgeon General.
 
 
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Chaplain Samuel Blinder examines stolen Sacred Scrolls Chaplain Samuel Blinder examines stolen Sacred Scrolls
 In the cellar of the Race Institute in Frankfurt, Germany, Chaplain Samuel Blinder examines one of hundreds of Saphor Torahs (Sacred Scrolls), among the books stolen from every occupied country in Europe, July 6, 1945. Photo by T3c. Irving Katz, US Army.
 
 
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Christmas Day dogfight, Puffendorf, Germany Christmas Day dogfight, Puffendorf, Germany
U.S. Soldiers of M-51 Anti-aircraft Battery are silhouetted against German sky streaked with vapor trails from allied and enemy planes engaged in "Christmas Day Dogfight" near Puffendorf, Germany. December 25, 1944.
 
 
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Churchill & Montgomery inspecting the Siegfried Line Churchill & Montgomery inspecting the Siegfried Line
Churchill visited the American Ninth Army, which formed a part of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery's Twenty-first Army Group. Shown here are Churchill, Montgomery, Chief of the Imperial General Staff Alan Brooke, and the Ninth Army's commander, General William H. Simpson. These men are inspecting "dragon's teeth" anti-tank defenses of the Siegfried Line (West Wall) inside the borders of Germany. March 1945.
 
 
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Crew from 2nd Battalion, 26th Infantry fighting the German Wehrmacht Crew from 2nd Battalion, 26th Infantry fighting the German Wehrmacht
Machine gun crew from the (2d Battalion, 26th Infantry) in action against the Nazi Wehrmacht in the streets of Aachen, Germany. 10/15/44.
 
 
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Cromwell tank with 5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards Cromwell tank with 5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards
Cromwell tank of the 5th Inniskilling Dragoon Guards, March 30, 1945. The 5th Dragoon Guards subsequently took part in the crossing of the Rhine, which began on 25 March, with the objective of heading eastward, straight for the city of Hamburg. The Regiment took part in the capture of a numer of towns during the rapid advance into Germany.
 
 
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First Infantry Division & Third Armored Division comprised the crack "first team" First Infantry Division & Third Armored Division comprised the crack "first team"
The First Infantry Division and the Third Armored Division comprised the crack "first team" which drove a steel wedge completely through the Siegfried Line east of Aachen, Germany, September 2, 1944.
 
 
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