The Focke Wulf Fw 200 Condor was one of the largest aircraft operated by the Luftwaffe during the war. This polyvalent aircraft
served as a commercial, transport or reconnaissance airplane, as well as a heavy bomber.
American Marines during a simulated amphibious landing in Florida.
German heavy anti-aircraft cannon operated by Hungarian troops.
Hungarian river gunboats on the Danube. Hitler had assigned to Hungary the task of supplying Germany during the whole duration of
A formation of American dive bombers SBD Dauntless flying under British roundels.
A team of mechanics is ready to install in a fighter P-51 Mustang its firing armament, composed of six machine guns of
caliber 12,7 millimeters. This aircraft was regarded as the best American interceptor of the Second World War.
A beautiful view of the superstructure of the battleship USS Alabama, scalloped with anti-aircraft guns and crowned by the command
bridge and an array of exploration and fire control radars. The electronic equipment of American warships was much more advanced
than that found on the Japanese counterparts.
During the Cairo Conference of November 1943 were studied, among others, the problems of the future of China, which at the moment was still
a large battlefield, as it testifies this image of the old city of Tengchung, totally destroyed by the combats against the Japanese.
In a Polish train station, forced laborers from a neighboring concentration camp wait in the platforms the arrival of a convoy.
A German fighter Focke Wulf Fw 190 stationed for maintenance in a discreet place. This excellent interceptor entered service some
years later than its counterpart Me Bf 109 and was soon regarded as a superior aircraft by most aviators. Albeit
Messerschmitt had more support for developing its fighter, Focke Wulf managed to create the ultimate piston fighter for
German aviators equipped with life vests receive instructions before a mission.
A battery of 127-millimeter cannons aboard an American battleship while performing anti-aircraft fire.
American gunners operating on a very well camouflaged artillery position.
Staged photograph of a medium tank M4 Sherman of the US Army with infantry soldiers fighting from the rear of the tank. In real
combat this behavior was very unusual, and usually the soldiers would follow the tank using it as a shield. Only in the Red Army
was habitual that soldiers fought ontop the tanks.
A rear view from the stern towards the superstructure on the battleship USS Alabama, which belongs to the South Dakota class
of four units and is nowadays preserved as a museum ship, as is her sister USS Massachusetts as well. At the end of the war
United States had in service a very powerful fleet of ten battleships armed with nine 406-millimeter cannons each.
An American transport airplane DC-3 Dakota taking part on the operations destined to supply the Chinese troops of Chang Kai-Chek,
which fought against the Japanese invaders.