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  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR PRESS AGENCY PRINT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Polish official photographer 1939-10

    HU 106375

    Death and destruction by the roadside at Kock, where the last battle of the Polish campaign between Polish Independent Operational Group 'Polesie' commanded by General Franciszek Kleeberg and German XIV Motorised Corps led by General Gustav von...

  • Anglio! Twoje Dzielo!

    Anglio! Twoje Dzielo!

    (posters) Made by: Unknown

    Art.IWM PST 0072

    image: Wounded soldier pointing in desperation at the battle scene behind him whilst talking to a smartly dressed man with a moustache text: ANGLIO!TWOJE DZIELO!

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "POOLE JAMES (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs) 1939-09

    HU 8116

    Ruins of the town of Zakroczym after the Siege of Modlin Fortress. Operational sector of the "Kempf" Panzer Division (Panzer-Division Kempf). Note a burnt body of one of the defenders or local residents of the town.

  • Unit records of 2 Company, MG Battalion 31, 1939 - 1940

    Unit records of 2 Company, MG Battalion 31, 1939 - 1940

    (private papers) Made by: Unknown

    Documents.16860

    Cataloguer SWW

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "POOLE JAMES (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Unknown 1939-09-05

    HU 8050

    Polish civilians, accused of being guerrilla fighters, awaiting their execution by SS troops ("Kempf" Panzer Division HQ or Panzer-Division Kempf) in the village of Sławki, 5 September 1939.

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "POOLE JAMES (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs) 1939-09-28

    HU 8133

    Temporary graveyard, probably holding bodies of German soldiers killed during the Siege of the Modlin Fortress. Photograph taken after the surrender of the Fortress. Operational sector of the "Kempf" Panzer Division (Panzer-Division Kempf).

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "GROSS DEUTSCHLAND IM WELTGESCHEHEN: TAGESBILDBERICHTE (HEINRICH HOFFMANN)" (photographs) Made by: Hoffmann, Heinrich (Photographer)

    HU 39988

    Dead body of a German killed during so called "Bloody Sunday" in the city of Bydgoszcz (Bromberg) being carried by Polish prisoners to a burial place. Between 3 and 4 September retreating Polish units were attacked by German sabouters, around...

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "POOLE JAMES (MR) COLLECTION" (photographs) 1939-09-28

    HU 8126

    Polish soldiers killed by the Luftwaffe aircraft during the Siege of the Modlin Fortress. Photograph taken after the surrender of the Fortress. Operational sector of the "Kempf" Panzer Division (Panzer-Division Kempf).

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "GROSS DEUTSCHLAND IM WELTGESCHEHEN: TAGESBILDBERICHTE (HEINRICH HOFFMANN)" (photographs) Made by: Hoffmann, Heinrich (Photographer) 1939-09-26

    HU 40000

    Funeral ceremony of Generaloberst Werner Freiherr von Fritsch, killed in action on 22 August during the siege of Warsaw, in front of the Unter den Linden memorial, Berlin. Herman Goering is leading the ceremony (in front of the coffin).

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "UNATTRIBUTED" (photographs) 1939-09-10

    HU 5256

    Graves of fallen soldiers of the 4th Signal Company (50th Signals Regiment, German Army), killed in action on 10 September in the village of Wartkowice. Photograph taken in the early stages of the Battle of Bzura.

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