Paestum (3) – Temple of Neptune

American maintenance, supply and medical services had their Headquarters at Paestum after going on land from the beaches of Paestum. The staff headquarters of the 480th harbour batallion was located in the Temple of Neptune.
Then image:  USNA (non commercial use only)
Now image: / Cor Sleutel

Sword beach – Hermanville sur Mer (5)

Two wounded British soldiers from 3rd Division making their way back through
La Brèche d’Hermanville, 6 June 1944.
Then image: Imperial War Museum
(No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Mapham J (Sgt)).
Catalogue number: B 5029
Now image: / Cor Sleutel

Aachen – Adalbertsteinweg (2)

Crew of an americain 57 mm anti-tank gun firing in the direction of the
St Adalberts church in Aachen in the Adalbertsteinweg before
the courthouse.
Then image: US Army
Now image: / Cor Sleutel

Kranenburg – Mühlenstraße

Operation Veritable: 10th HLI celebrating their new trophy with a fresh ‘brew’ at Kranenburg.
Then Photo: Imperial War Museum
Catalogue number: B 14402
Now Photo: / Cor Sleutel

Quedlinburg – Stiftsk. St.Servatius (2)

Again Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler and his entourage on their way up
to the ceremony at the grave of King Heinrich in Quidlinburg.
Then Photo:
Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-H08445 / CC-BY-SA 3.0
Now Photo: / Cor Sleutel


After the German surrender soldiers are handing over their weapons
in Breukelen to the allies.
Then image: ?
Now image: / Cor Sleutel, 17-2-2018

Blerick – Antoniusplein

Soldiers of the Royal Scots 15th infantry division in Blerick a suburb of Venlo, during operation Nutcracker in january 1945.
Then image: ??
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Siegburg – Wilhelmstrasse

US-soldiers of the 97th nfantry Division in the Willhelmstrasse, Siegburg, around 9 april 1945. Left outside the photo is the trainstation of Siegburg.
Then image:
Now image: / Cor Sleutel

Fort Breendonk (2)

Prisoners at work in Auffanglager Breendonk, Belgium
Then image: ?? Fort Breendonk
Now image: / Cor Sleutel

Fort Breendonk

The photo shows SS Sturmbannführer Schmitt and his dog in SS-Auffanglager Breendonk in Belgium. From left to right: Frans Wilms, Arthur Prauss, Schmitt, Ernst Lais and Walter Müller
Then image: ?? Fort Breendonk
Now image: / Cor Sleutel