© Eindhoven bevrijd
Sixty third anniversary of D-Day, the invasion by the Western allies of Nazi occupied Europe.
Well, let's commemorate that to many Europeans the first sight of cheerful English Tommy's or American GI's remains an unforgettable moment of freedom after four years of Nazi rule.
Panzer Panther, Ausf A
During the Battles in Normandy. The Lieutenant standing in front of the Panzer was killed on the following day, June 11.
Not my people
Not my war