Otto Olsen

Otto Olsen

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Hans Henrik "Hasse" Wind (1919-1995) was a Finnish fighter pilot and flying ace in World War II with 75 confirmed air combat victories. He is seen here with his plane in Suulajärvi (1943)

Hans Henrik "Hasse" Wind was a Finnish fighter pilot and flying ace in World War with 75 confirmed air combat victories. He is seen here with his plane in Suulajärvi 1943

WWII air combat

Air battle over the river Don. World War II. In a photo taken the Soviet and downed German bomber Junkers If you look above and to the left of the last visible point – there are three more aircraft.

The following picture was taken at the Schindler Factory museum. The story of Oskar Schindler became familiar with Western audiences after the award winning film Schindlers List and what was the Schindler Factory, is now a Holocaust Museum, which documents the Polish experience of the NAZI Holocaust.

The following picture was taken at the Schindler Factory museum. The story of Oskar Schindler became familiar with Western audiences after the award winning film Schindlers List and what was the Schindler Factory, is now a Holocaust Museum, which documents the Polish experience of the NAZI Holocaust.

Walter Ehlers, Medal of Honor winner, died on February 20, 2014 at the age of 94. He was one of only 12 men to receive a medal for his bravery during the Normandy invasion - and he was the last.

Walter Ehlers Infantry Regiment, Infantry Division), Medal of Honor winner, one of just two D-Day recipients who lived. The other seven were awarded posthumously. Walter’s brother was also killed in the fighting. Walter died on February 2014 at the age of

This is an amazing photograph of German vehicles attempting to escape from the closing noose of the Allied armies. They are attempting to cross one of the remaining bridges outside of Aachen in 1945. This photo was taken by an American recon plane.

Veicoli is an amazing photograph of German vehicles attempting to escape from the closing noose of the Allied armies. They are attempting to cross one of the remaining bridges outside of Aachen in This photo was taken by an American recon plane.

Actor/Bad-Ass: Charles Durning was in the first wave on D-Day with the 1st Div. He was the only member of his unit to survive. He took out several German machine guns and was wounded. Later, he was bayoneted 8 times in hand-to-hand combat. At The Bulge he survived The Malmedy Massacre. He refused to discuss his service for which he was awarded the Silver Star and three Purple Hearts. "Too many bad memories," he told an interviewer. "I don't want you to see me crying." A true American hero…

Charles Durning was an Academy Award winning actor, but before his acting career, he was a decorated soldier in the U. His service to this nation earned three Purple Hearts and a Silver Cross serving in combat as an infantryman.