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'No Way Out'. Sgt J D Eilbeck uses a portrait of Adolf Hitler to make a 'no exit' sign at 156th Brigade HQ, 3 - 4 April 1945.

'No Way Out'. Sgt J D Eilbeck uses a portrait of Adolf Hitler to make a 'no exit' sign at 156th Brigade HQ, 3 - 4 April 1945.

December, 1944, three members of Division Signal Company, 101st Airborne Division pose with another of the town signs, on the road coming-in from the northwest perimeter. This was taken right across the street from the Belgian Army barracks', where General McAuliffe established his divisional C.P. and where he made the classic 'Nuts' reply to the German demand for surrender. The stone wall at right is the edge of the town cemetery, and a comparison of this shot can still be made.

December, 1944, three members of Division Signal Company, 101st Airborne Division pose with another of the town signs, on the road coming-in from the northwest perimeter. This was taken right across the street from the Belgian Army barracks', where General McAuliffe established his divisional C.P. and where he made the classic 'Nuts' reply to the German demand for surrender. The stone wall at right is the edge of the town cemetery, and a comparison of this shot can still be made.

at the beach | 1925

at the beach | 1925

Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe and Lieutenant Colonel Harry Kinnard II at Bastogne Belgium late December 1944.

Brigadier General Anthony McAuliffe and Lieutenant Colonel Harry Kinnard II at Bastogne Belgium late December 1944.

Sturmgeschütz III italy - Google 検索

Sturmgeschütz III italy - Google 検索

Adolf Hitler poses in Paris with the Eiffel Tower in the background, one day after the formal capitulation of France, on June 23, 1940. He is accompanied by Albert Speer, German Reichsminister of armaments and Hitler's chief architect, left, and Arno Breker, professor of visual arts in Berlin and Hitler's favorite sculptor, right.

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Adolf Hitler poses in Paris with the Eiffel Tower in the background, one day after the formal capitulation of France, on June 23, 1940. He is accompanied by Albert Speer, German Reichsminister of armaments and Hitler's chief architect, left, and Arno Breker, professor of visual arts in Berlin and Hitler's favorite sculptor, right.

1944- Soldier stops to read comic sign on a road near the Canadian front in Holland advertising "resort facilities" and "Bosch Hunting".

1944- Soldier stops to read comic sign on a road near the Canadian front in Holland advertising "resort facilities" and "Bosch Hunting".

1944- Soldier reading sign at 5th Army fuel dump in Italy which reads "CAN you produce an empty CAN? If you CAN we CAN supply a full CAN...CAN for CAN".

1944- Soldier reading sign at 5th Army fuel dump in Italy which reads "CAN you produce an empty CAN? If you CAN we CAN supply a full CAN...CAN for CAN".

Nordhausen, Germany, 1945, A warning sign reading, Dangerous area.

Nordhausen, Germany, 1945, A warning sign reading, Dangerous area.

U.S. Army Medics treating two GIs at a first aid post in southern England in 1944. The soldiers are among the troops due to embark for the invasion of Normandy.  (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images):

U.S. Army Medics treating two GIs at a first aid post in southern England in 1944. The soldiers are among the troops due to embark for the invasion of Normandy. (Photo by Galerie Bilderwelt/Getty Images):

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