Haarlem – Kruisweg

Kruisweg in my hometown Haarlem, The Netherlands during World War II.
The slogan reads:
V=Victory because Germany wins for Europe on all fronts.
Then image: Noord Hollands Archief
Copyrightholder : A. Peperkamp
Number: NL-HlmNHA_54032656
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Haarlem – Kruisstraat

Slogan from the Dutch National Movement (NSB) in the the Kruisstraat in Haarlem during the war. The slogan reads:
V=Victory because Germany wins for Europe on all fronts.
Then image: Noord Hollands Archief
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Remagen – Marktstrasse (2)

American jeeps and armored cars pause in Remagen before heading eastward across the bridge and into the heart of Germany. Note the Nazi slogan, it reads: People that listen to the enemy or people that spread rumors are traitors and should deserve the death penalty.
Then image: US archives
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Bocholt – Hindenburgstraße

Men of the 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment, 53rd (Welsh) Division in Bocholt, 29 March 1945. Note the Nazi slogan, it reads: Now more then ever, Heil Hitler.
Then image: © IWM BU 2783
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München (2)

Inhabitans look at a sign after the Allies captured the city of München. Besides the sign there is a anti nazi slogan from one of the inhabitants of the city. The slogan reads:
KZ Dachau – Velden – Buchenwald. Ik schäme mich Daß ich ein Deutscher bin.
Then image: ? (movie still)
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München (1)

Inhabitans look at a sign after the Allies captured the city of München. Besides the sign there is a anti nazi slogan from one of the inhabitants of the city. The slogan reads:
KZ Dachau – Velden – Buchenwald. Ik schäme mich Daß ich ein Deutscher bin.
Then image: ? (movie still)
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Vettweiss

Soldiers sitting under a wall after they captured Vettweiss,28 February 1945. The nazi slogan reads, ‘We win because we believe in Adolf Hitler and our greater Germany.
Then image: https://16thinfassn.org/
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Split – Sinjska Ulica (2)

German invasion of Split in 1943 with in the back a wall with the inscription “Zivjelo Borbeno Jedinstvo Naroda Jugoslavije!” translated as “Long live the Combat Unity of the People of Yugoslavia”.
Then image: Wikimedia
Attribution: Bundesarchiv, Bild 101I-049-1553-09 / Gruber, Dr. / CC-BY-SA 3.0
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Kleve – Brabanterstraße (2)

I’m not sure if these soldiers belong to the same Royal Winnipeg platoon musters as here but they are in the same street waiting for further orders.
Note: The swastika is not there anymore in the current photo.
Then image: © IWM B 14505 / Stadtarchive Kleve
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