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Gestapo interrogation and detention centre at Breedonck in Belgium: A general exterior view of the German prison at Breedonck showing the wide moat which surrounds it.

Gestapo interrogation and detention center at Breedonck in Belgiu. A general exterior view of the German prison at Breedonck showing the wide moat which surrounds it.

SS-Obergruppenführer and General of the Waffen SS and Police Werner Lorenz was chief of Main Ethnic German Resettlement Central Office, known as VoMi. VoMi was charged with deporting native populations from the occupied eastern territories in order to make room for ethnic Germans to settle inside the Reich. After the war, he was tried as war criminal and sentenced to 20 years. He was freed in 1955 and died in Hamburg in 1974.

SS-Obergruppenführer and General of the Waffen SS and Police Werner Lorenz

President Harry S. Truman Preparing to Make the Announcement of Cease-Fire on V-E Day

President Harry S. Truman Preparing to Make the Announcement of Cease-Fire on V-E Day

Gestapo Finger, Finger Crusher, Camp Gulag, Breendonk Belgium

Fort Breendonk Belgium - The Gestapo Finger Crusher.

Kurt Lischka

Kurt Lischka

Resultado de imagem para torresmo e pururuca palhaço

Resultado de imagem para torresmo e pururuca palhaço

Scenes of ‘Fury': The Brutal Reality of Tank Warfare in World War II | LIFE.com

Scenes of 'Fury': The Brutal Reality of Tank Warfare in World War II

A sign reading “DAMN IT! SLOW DOWN: A TANK MAY BE COMING” is posted at intersection in the American sector during the campaign to take the Anzio area in Italy from occupying German forces during World War II, photographed by George Silk for LIFE Magazine.

Eichmann and members of the Gestapo, before a raid on the Jewish Community Center, Vienna 1938

Eichmann and members of the Gestapo, before a raid on the Jewish Community Centre, Vienna 1938

Josef Albert Meisinger, also known as the "Butcher of Warsaw," was a German SS colonel in the Gestapo and Nazi Party member. He was arrested in Japan at the end of World War II, convicted of war crimes and was executed in Warsaw, Poland.

had the unpleasant duty of fighting Polish Partisans around Warsaw

HISTORY IN IMAGES: Pictures Of War, History , WW2: EINSATZGRUPPEN ...

Original title: "Unit explanation: The executioners appear to be German soldiers!how dopey can people get!not being able to tell the difference!

US Marines burrowing in the volcanic sand on the beach of Iwo Jima Japan 20 February 1945. Note LSM-264 and Mount Suribachi in background.

USMC Marines burrowing in the volcanic sand on the beach of Iwo Jima, Japan, 20 Feb 1945 note and Mount Suribachi in background

The SS officer Werner Best, onetime head of legal affairs in the Gestapo,summed up this policy by saying, "As long as the police carries out the will of the leadership, it is acting legally." This Day in History: Apr 26, 1933: The Gestapo, the official secret police force of Nazi Germany, is established. http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

Werner Best was a German Nazi, jurist, police chief, SS-Obergruppenführer…

After securing the beach fellow soldiers erected this monument to an american soldier somewhere on the shell-blasted coast of Normandy 1944. Photo: Flickr / The U.S. Army.

D-Day: The Normandy Invasion. The spirit of the American Soldier: this beachhead is secure. Fellow Soldiers erected this monument to an American Soldier somewhere on the shell-blasted coast of Normandy.

Otto Frank and his second wife Elfriede looking at an album of photos of Anne. This photo was taken in 1979 in Basel (Switzerland). Elfriede, known as ‘Fritzi’, lost her husband and her son in the Holocaust. She and her daughter survived the concentration camps.  Otto Frank and Fritzi Markovits are married on 10 November 1953.

♥ Otto Frank and his second wife in Basel (Switzerland). Elfriede, known as ‘Fritzi’, lost her husband and her son in the Holocaust. She and her daughter survived the concentration camps. Otto Frank and Fritzi Markovits are married on 10 November

Paraguay, July 1942, Carl Duball, the head of the Gestapo, leaving the country.

Paraguay, July Carl Duball, the head of the Gestapo, leaving the country.

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