Women waving Union Jacks greet passing soldiers, all Canadians, as they march from the docks after disembarking in France on June 18, 1940.
Britain’s King George VI broadcasts to the British nation on the first evening of the war, on September 3, 1939, in London.
Several civilian prisoners of war, with arms raised, walk along a road during the German invasion of Poland in September of 1939.
German POWs carrying body of American soldier killed in Battle of Bulge through snowy Ardennes field
American soldier shaves in the cold during a lull in the fighting in the Battle of the Bulge
Soldiers with the Seventh Armored Division trudge through snow in a bombed-out Belgian village in 1945
A fifteen year old German soldier, Hans-Georg Henke, cries being captured by the US 9th Army in Germany on April 3, 1945
Crowds line the street to greet American soldiers after the liberation of Paris by Allied forces
A bombed-out Palais de Justice is shown in front of a heavily damaged fire engine in the town of St Lo, France, shortly after the D-Day offensive