THM
jasta11:

"We died so Germany can live, so let us live through you"

jasta11:

"We died so Germany can live, so let us live through you"

navyhistory:

On 1 April 1945, over 1,200 Navy ships supported the invasion of Okinawa during World War II. In this photo, the battleship USS Idaho (BB 42) bombards shore targets with her 14”/50 main battery guns. Photographed from USS West Virginia (BB 48). National Archives photo 80-G-K-3829.

navyhistory:

On 1 April 1945, over 1,200 Navy ships supported the invasion of Okinawa during World War II. In this photo, the battleship USS Idaho (BB 42) bombards shore targets with her 14”/50 main battery guns. Photographed from USS West Virginia (BB 48). National Archives photo 80-G-K-3829.

starving-cannibal:

your-fuckin-mother:

Yesterday in the early morning hours two antifa skinheads killed 2 nazis by kicking them in the head with their doc martens.



Whoever that person is, why ever they did this, they changed the caption. The original one is
"Yesterday in the early morning hours a skinhead killed 2 homeless people by kicking them in the head with his doc martens. blood and pieces of human brain on the station where the two men were sleeping.”
Really trying to glorify antifa heh 

starving-cannibal:

your-fuckin-mother:

Yesterday in the early morning hours two antifa skinheads killed 2 nazis by kicking them in the head with their doc martens.

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Whoever that person is, why ever they did this, they changed the caption. The original one is

"Yesterday in the early morning hours a skinhead killed 2 homeless people by kicking them in the head with his doc martens. blood and pieces of human brain on the station where the two men were sleeping.”

Really trying to glorify antifa heh 

vadime:

School in a Russian prison

vadime:

School in a Russian prison

fuehrerbefehl:

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Amazing color photos of Hitler coming outside to salute the crowd in 1939.

richestwarlord:

Flak.

richestwarlord:

Flak.

fuldagap:



Victorious Red Army soldiers at a train stop, 1945. 

fuldagap:

Victorious Red Army soldiers at a train stop, 1945.