An American soldier France 1944. *Note the German grenade tucked under his ammo belt.
A soldier of the 82nd Airborne with his M1A1 Thompson submachine gun fitted with a 30-round magazine
Leon Degrelle The Epic The Story of the Waffen SS Video
Major Lyudmila Pavlichenko is regarded as the most successful female sniper in history with 309 confirmed kills. Pavlichenko was a 24 year old university student when Germany invaded Russia. She was one of the first sets of citizens to volunteer for service and specifically requested infantry service. She refused an offer to become a nurse. Due to her accuracy with a rifle she became one of the first 2,000 female snipers in the Soviet Union. She was one of only 500 to survive the war.
Robert Leigh, Private First Class (PFC) in the 83rd Infantry Division with his collection of captured German weapons taken during the Battle of the Bulge - 3 MP.40's and a MG.34 & MG42