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SPAIN. Basques. The Republican Army. 1936.

SPAIN. Basques. The Republican Army. 1936.

The Nazi General Who Turned on Hitler  The great German general Erwin Rommel realized the truth about Hitler and the Reich and knew he could not stay hidden.

The Nazi General Who Turned on Hitler The great German general Erwin Rommel realized the truth about Hitler and the Reich and knew he could not stay hidden.

Spain - 1936-39. - GC - Cadetes del Bando Sublevado recibiendo instrucción por un oficial alemán de la Legión Cóndor

Spain - 1936-39. - GC - Cadetes del Bando Sublevado recibiendo instrucción por un oficial alemán de la Legión Cóndor

Although the Polish Army would have outnumbered the attacking German army — the Wehramcht — once it had all been mustered, the Germans were met by 17 ill-equipped infantry division. The Poles had just one armored brigade — 660 tanks in all, versus Germany's 2,100. It was during the Invasion of Poland that the last cavalry charge in the history of warfare was made by the Polish horseman against German tanks.

Although the Polish Army would have outnumbered the attacking German army — the Wehramcht — once it had all been mustered, the Germans were met by 17 ill-equipped infantry division. The Poles had just one armored brigade — 660 tanks in all, versus Germany's 2,100. It was during the Invasion of Poland that the last cavalry charge in the history of warfare was made by the Polish horseman against German tanks.

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[Man carrying child aboard evacuation ship, Bilbao]

[Man carrying child aboard evacuation ship, Bilbao]

by David Seymour - SPAIN. Industries in the Basque country are kept running by women who replace factory workers who have gone off to fight for Euzkadi's autonomy. Here, they weigh explosives // Magnum Photos

by David Seymour - SPAIN. Industries in the Basque country are kept running by women who replace factory workers who have gone off to fight for Euzkadi's autonomy. Here, they weigh explosives // Magnum Photos

Scotland the brave: Tough 'kilties' battled for Britain in WWI WARS may be won on the playing fields of Eton but our toughest soldiers always came from north of the Border. Historian John Lewis-Stempel looks into the valour of the 'kilties' in the First World War

Scotland the brave: Tough 'kilties' battled for Britain in WWI WARS may be won on the playing fields of Eton but our toughest soldiers always came from north of the Border. Historian John Lewis-Stempel looks into the valour of the 'kilties' in the First World War

Harry Campbell, Matador cowpuncher, seated in doorway, and George Pattullo, Boston writer and cowboy, standing before the doorway of the line camp half-dugout that served as the original headquarters for the Matadors in the 1880's. Matador Ranch, Tex, 1908 Gelatin dry plate negative EES www.cartermuseum.org

Harry Campbell, Matador cowpuncher, seated in doorway, and George Pattullo, Boston writer and cowboy, standing before the doorway of the line camp half-dugout that served as the original headquarters for the Matadors in the 1880's. Matador Ranch, Tex, 1908 Gelatin dry plate negative EES www.cartermuseum.org

[women and children on evacuation ship, Bilbao]

[women and children on evacuation ship, Bilbao]

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