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Georgy Zhukov. "Father" of the Soviet victory - a mastermind behind the largest battles of WW2: Moscow, the greatest battle in human history with 7 million officers and men taking part on both sides, Stalingrad (4m) and Berlin 3.5m to name a few.    Without a doubt, a military genius: he never lost a battle.  But also known by his soldiers as a “Butcher”, for disregarding causalities with his efforts to win at any cost.

Marshal Georgy Zhukov, father of Soviet victory in poses for a relaxed outdoor portrait in the summer of The guns are now silent and the marshal's hair is grey. He entered the war with a full head of black hair.

Sgt Jake McNiece of the 101st Airborne Division, ready to drop into Normandy, June 1944.

James "Jake"McNiece (May 1919 – January was a US Army paratrooper in World War II. He was the leader of the Filthy Thirteen, an elite demolition unit whose exploits inspired the novel and movie The Dirty Dozen.

The last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from the WWII D-Day Invasion, Walter Ehlers, passed away at age 92. [2/21/14]

The last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from the WWII D-Day Invasion, Walter Ehlers, passed away at age Amazing man, RIP.

*GERMAN LITHOGRAPHED TIN MECHANICAL : The lithographed tin clown w/ brightly-designed costume in red + yellow has hinged arms + is balanced upon them. When wound, he walks on his hands, c. 1920

German Lithograph Tin Mechanical I The lithographed tin clown w/ brightly-designed costume in red and yellow with hinged arms balanced upon them I When wound, he walks on his hands I ca.

Manufactured in Medford, OR in the early 50′s there is believed to be only 16 of these trailers ever built and reportedly only 6 are left today. Designed in the same style as the 53/54 Fords, the most unique feature is the fully functional, removable 16′ fishing boat which doubles as the trailers roof when not in use! Although these trailers were reproduced for a short time this is an authentic, real Kom-Pak travel trailer from the 1950′s.

Reportedly only 6 are left today. Designed in the same style as the Fords, the most unique feature is the fully functional, removable fishing boat which doubles as the trailers roof.

The Loyal Dogs Who Served Alongside Human Soldiers In War

James R. Cone, holds a puppy that nipped him as he groped about in a cave entrance on a river bank in Lam Dong Province, Vietnam, July 1966 (Photo by Henri Huet/AP)