Obersalzberg – Eagles Nest (7)

This was taken shortly after the American soldiers arrived at the Eagle’s Nest.
The fireplace is still intact and has not yet been ravaged by souvenir hunters.
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Budapest – Fisherman Bastion (2)

German soldiers sightseeing and  look over the conquered Hungarian capital from the terrace of the Fishermans bastion in Budapest 1944.
Then image: Attribution: FOTO:FORTEPAN 
Now image: www.NOWstalgia.eu / J. Dortmundt

Haarlem – Kleverlaan

Dutch restistance fighter Hannie Schaft at the Kleverlaan in Haarlem, The Netherlands. She was arrested at 21 March 1945 and killed 17 april 1945 in the dunes of Bloemendaal. She was known as “The Girl with the red hair”.
Then image: Noord Hollands Archief
Image number: NL-HlmNHA_1478_3608
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Mont Saint Michel (5)

Off-duty Wehrmacht soldiers depart Mont Saint Michel while a French couple opens up their car for inspection.
Then image: https://warfarehistorynetwork.com/
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Now image: www.NOWstalgia.eu / M. van Schie

Ede – Arnhemseweg (2)

Sherman tanks of the 5th Canadian Armoured Division and infantry of the 11th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 49th (West Riding) Division, advance through the outskirts of Ede in Holland, 17 April 1945. (note: the archway door is still there but behind the hedge)
Then image: © IWM (BU 4216)
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Hiroshima – Genbaku Dome (4)

At 8:15 a.m. on 6 August 1945, the first atomic bomb to be used in war was dropped by the United States Army Air Forces from the Enola Gay, a B-29 bomber. The force of the atomic bomb effectively obliterated the city of Hiroshima, Japan.
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Hiroshima – Gebaku Dome (3)

It is one of the few larger buildings that remained standing after the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, despite the fact that the building was 160 meters from the explosion. Staying upright is attributed to the fact that the bomb was exploded at a height of 580 meters.
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Now image: www.NOWstalgia.eu / M. van den Broek

Hiroshima – Genbaku Dome (2)

The Genbaku Dome is a building that has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1996. It is one of the few larger buildings that remained standing after the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.
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Hiroshima – Genbaku Dome (1)

The Genbaku Dome before, after the atomic bomb at Hiroshima on 6 August 1945 and also during 2015.
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Dordrecht – Tweede tol (3)

After their landing on 10 May 1940, German paratroopers defend the area of the Tweede Tol, Dordrecht.
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