World War Two, Aachen, Germany, October, American soldiers firing at Germans from a machine gun nest in shattered building during street fighting in Germany as the Allies invade (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)
Germany's war tactic in World War II continued to be blitzkrieg, which is quick, effective, and intense military campaign intended to bring about multiple victories. This photo shows this military tactic by the Germans.
SS-Panzergrenadiers Berthold Nasse and an unknown soldier, Panzergrenadier Regiment ‘LSSAH’, run after the ambush against the U. Cavalry, which occurred early in the morning on the road between Recht and Poteau.
A wounded Russian soldier who managed to escape a direct hit to his tank looks helplessly up at his German captor two days after the beginning of Operation Barbarossa; the German invasion of the Soviet Union.