Jan Kabeš

Jan Kabeš

Trutnov / WW2 reenactor: LW fallschirmjager and russian army, COLD WAR reenactor: us special forces, russian airborne units,czechoslovak and MODERN armies:GB,GER, FRA,CZ
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Эти фирмы во время войны доблестно работали на фашистов. И ничего, рукопожатные. Грёбаная "цивилизованная" Европа.

Эти фирмы во время войны доблестно работали на фашистов. И ничего, рукопожатные. Грёбаная "цивилизованная" Европа.

Let's Stick to our Guns!

Let's stick to our guns! Needless days off can lose the war! Keep 'em firing! From the General Motors Oldsmobile Division, a motivational poster from WWII. Vintage WWII poster, circa Can be used in a WWII propaganda lesson.

in Color - A German paratrooper takes time to take a smoke from his pipe. Monte Cassino, Italy, January Pipe smoking was quite common with German paratroopers during World War II.

20mm Flakvierling (Flak Quadruplet) in Normandy, manned by men of a Luftwaffe Field Division. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

20mm Flakvierling (Flak Quadruplet) in Normandy, manned by men of a Luftwaffe Field Division. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Warsaw Uprising: SS soldiers from Dirlewanger Brigade in window of townhouse at Focha 9 Street. In the glass reflection one can see details of the townhouse on the oposite side of the street at Focha 8 Street. Photo: Bundesarchiv.

Warsaw Uprising: SS soldiers from Dirlewanger Brigade in window of townhouse at Focha 9 Street. In the glass reflection one can see details of the townhouse on the oposite side of the street at Focha 8 Street. Photo: Bundesarchiv.

Fallschirmjager with Tito's uniform

Having narrowly failed to capture the Yugoslav partisan leader during Operation Knight’s Move, these German Waffen-SS paratroopers hold up Tito’s captured uniform

Fallschirmjäger Iron Cross First and Second Class, Italy may 1944. Destroyed of 20 allied armors between 21 and 24 may, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Fallschirmjäger Iron Cross First and Second Class, Italy may Destroyed of 20 allied armors between 21 and 24 may, pin by Paolo Marzioli