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11
May
10

– Japanese military provocations on the soviet border in Manchuria (lake Khassan) and in Mongolia (Khalkhin-Gol) during 1938 and 1939.


Передвижение советской пехоты по степям Маньчжурии. Забайкальский фронт, август 1945 года. Фото Г.Самсонова.

Вид замаскированных советских танков. 1938 г.
Место съемки: Р-н озера Хасан
Автор съемки: Темин Виктор Антонович
РГАКФД , 0-360458

Красноармейцы идут в атаку. 1938 г.
Место съемки: Р-н озера Хасан
Автор съемки: Темин Виктор Антонович
РГАКФД , 0-360567

Атака японских позиций у озера Хасан. 1938 г.

Бойцы устанавливают знамя победы на сопке Заозерная. 1938 г.
Место съемки: Р-н озера Хасан
Автор съемки: Темин Виктор Антонович
РГАКФД

Карта боевых действий

Инструктаж перед боем. Японские танковые экипажи во время наступления в монгольской степи. Халхин-Гол, 1939

Пилоты японской армейской авиации на отдыхе в монгольской степи. Халхин-Голр 1939.

Японские солдаты с взятыми трофеями. Халхин-Гол, 1939 г.

Один из шедевров японской пропаганды – “Советский танковый экипаж сдается в плен”. Халхин-Гол, 1939.

Монгольские кавалеристы (цирики) в разведке

Японские войска в наступлении. Халхин-Гол. 1939.

Советские офицеры во время сражения за Халхин-Гол. 1939 г.

Пленные солдаты 6-й (Квантунской) армии. 1939
Место съемки: Монголия
Автор съемки: Темин Виктор Антонович
РГАКФД , 0-366418

Осмотр взятый в плен японской боевой техники (танка типа 95 Ha-Go) советскими офицерами. Халхин-Гол, 1938

  japanese Type 95 Ha-Go captured by soviet troops after battle of Khalkhin Gol
Date 1938(1938)
Source П.Сергеев. Танки Японии во Второй мировой войне. — «Военные машины», 2000
Author Unknown


Брошенный японский танк. Халхин-Гол, 1939

Советский танк форсирует р.Халхин-Гол. 1939 г.
Место съемки: Монголия
Автор съемки: Темин Виктор Антонович
РГАКФД , 0-360598

Советские танки во время наступления. Халхин-Гол, 1939.

Сбитый японскими зенитчиками советский истребитель. Халхин-Гол, 1939 г.

Командующий 1-ой Объединенной армейской группировки, генерал Георгий Жуков

Генерал Георгий Жуков на командном посту 1-ой Объединенной армейской группировки.

Советские и монгольские солдаты на позиции.

Монгольские солдаты на передовой. 1939 г.
Место съемки: Монголия
Автор съемки: Темин Виктор Антонович
РГАКФД , 0-358937

Командарм 2-го ранга Г.М.Штерн, маршал МНР Х.Чойбалсан и комкор Г.К.Жуков на командном пункте Хамар-Даба
1939 г.
Место съемки: Монголия
Автор съемки: Темин Виктор Антонович
РГАКФД , 0-358935

Атака советскими солдатами японских позиций. Халхин-Гол. Август, 1939.

Командир 24-го моторизированного полка И.И.Федюнинский.Халхин-Гол, 1939.

Советские пилоты. Второй справо – Герой советского Союза Виктор Рогов. Халхин-Гол, 1939.

Участник боев на Халхин-Голе, летчик Александр Андреевич Матвеев. ( Сбито 2 самолёта лично и 5 – в группе ).

Водружение знамя над рекой Халхин-Гол.

Победа. Генерал Георгий Жуков вместе с солдатами. Халхин-Гол, 1939.

Маршал Х. Чойбалсан с солдатами и офицерами объединенной армейской группировки.

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11
May
10

– Pearl Harbor, 7th December 1941


Pearl Harbor minutes before the bombing. 7 December 1941


Pearl Harbor bombing. 7 December 1941


President of U.S.A. Franklin D. Roosevelt. 8 December 1941


Photo #: NH 50603
Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
A Japanese Navy Type 97 Carrier Attack Plane (“Kate”) takes off from a carrier as the second wave attack is launched. Ship’s crewmen are cheering “Banzai”
This ship is either Zuikaku or Shokaku.
Note light tripod mast at the rear of the carrier’s island, with Japanese naval ensign. NHHC Photograph.


Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
Torpedo planes attack “Battleship Row” at about 0800 on 7 December, seen from a Japanese aircraft. Ships are, from lower left to right: Nevada (BB-36) with flag raised at stern; Arizona (BB-39) with Vestal (AR-4) outboard; Tennessee (BB-43) with West Virginia (BB-48) outboard; Maryland (BB-46) with Oklahoma (BB-37) outboard; Neosho (AO-23) and California (BB-44).
West Virginia, Oklahoma and California have been torpedoed, as marked by ripples and spreading oil, and the first two are listing to port. Torpedo drop splashes and running tracks are visible at left and center.
White smoke in the distance is from Hickam Field. Grey smoke in the center middle distance is from the torpedoed USS Helena (CL-50), at the Navy Yard’s 1010 dock.
Japanese writing in lower right states that the image was reproduced by authorization of the Navy Ministry. NHHC Photograph.


Photo #: 80-G-266626
USS Utah (AG-16)
Capsizing off Ford Island, during the attack on Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941, after being torpedoed by Japanese aircraft .
Photographed from USS Tangier (AV-8), which was moored astern of Utah.
Note colors half-raised over fantail, boats nearby, and sheds covering Utah’s after guns. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives collection


Photo #: 80-G-K-13513 (Color)
Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
The forward magazines of USS Arizona (BB-39) explode after she was hit by a Japanese bomb, 7 December 1941.
Frame clipped from a color motion picture taken from on board USS Solace (AH-5). Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives collection


Photo #: 80-G-19942
Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
USS Arizona (BB-39) sunk and burning furiously, 7 December 1941. Her forward magazines had exploded when she was hit by a Japanese bomb.
At left, men on the stern of USS Tennessee (BB-43) are playing fire hoses on the water to force burning oil away from their ship. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives collection


Photo #: 80-G-19930
Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
Sailors in a motor launch rescue a survivor from the water alongside the sunken USS West Virginia (BB-48) during or shortly after the Japanese air raid on Pearl Harbor.
USS Tennessee (BB-43) is inboard of the sunken battleship.
Note extensive distortion of West Virginia’s lower midships superstructure, caused by torpedoes that exploded below that location.
Also note 5″/25 gun, still partially covered with canvas, boat crane swung outboard and empty boat cradles near the smokestacks, and base of radar antenna atop West Virginia’s foremast. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives collection


Photo #: 80-G-19949
Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
USS Maryland (BB-46) alongside the capsized USS Oklahoma (BB-37).
USS West Virginia (BB-48) is burning in the background. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives collection


Photo #: NH 86118
Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
The forward magazine of USS Shaw (DD-373) explodes during the second Japanese attack wave. To the left of the explosion, Shaw’s stern is visible, at the end of floating drydock YFD-2.
At right is the bow of USS Nevada (BB-36), with a tug alongside fighting fires.
Photographed from Ford Island, with a dredging line in the foreground.
NHHC Photograph


Photo #: 80-G-19943
Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
The wrecked destroyers USS Downes (DD-375) and USS Cassin (DD-372) in Drydock One at the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard, soon after the end of the Japanese air attack. Cassin has capsized against Downes.
USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) is astern, occupying the rest of the drydock. The torpedo-damaged cruiser USS Helena (CL-50) is in the right distance, beyond the crane. Visible in the center distance is the capsized USS Oklahoma (BB-37), with USS Maryland (BB-46) alongside. Smoke is from the sunken and burning USS Arizona (BB-39), out of view behind Pennsylvania. USS California (BB-44) is partially visible at the extreme left.
This image has been attributed to Navy Photographer’s Mate Harold Fawcett. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, National Archives collection


Photo #: 80-G-32836
Pearl Harbor Attack, 7 December 1941
PBY patrol bomber burning at Naval Air Station Kaneohe, Oahu, during the Japanese attack. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, in National Archives collection

11
May
10

– The Battle of North Africa 1940-1943.

Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, Commander of the German forces in North Africa, with his aides during the desert campaign. 1942

Date 1942 spring
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-785-0287-08
Author Otto

Nordafrika, bei Bir Hacheim.- Generaloberst Erwin Rommel und General Fritz Bayerlein im Befehlsfahrzeug, leichter Schützenpanzer (Sd.Kfz. 250/3 “Greif”); KBK Lw 7

People in the image:
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)

Date June 1942(1942-06)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-443-1589-11
Author Zwilling, Ernst A.

Nordafrika.- Offiziere bei Lagebesprechung mit Karte, vlnr: Georg von Bismarck, Oberst Fritz Bayerlein, Erwin Rommel; PK “Afrika

People in the image:
Bismarck, Georg von: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)

Date 1942(1942)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-785-0286-33
Author Otto

Nordafrika.- PK-Tonberichter (Radioreporter) Gunther Halm beim Interview mit Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel (rechts); Mitte: Fritz Bayerlein; nach dem 22. Juni 1942; PK “Afrika”

People in the image:
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)

Date 1942(1942)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-786-0347-28
Author Valtingojer

Nordafrika, Tobruk.- Erwin Rommel und Fritz Bayerlein bei Fahrt in offenen Auto (Horch Kfz 15 ?) stehend, britische Kriegsgefangene auf dem Gehweg; PK “Afrika”

People in the image:
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)

Date June 1942(1942-06)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-785-0299-07A
Author Moosmüller

Nordafrika, Tobruk.- Links britische Kriegsgefangene, auf dem Boden sitzend; v.r. : General Fritz Bayerlein und Generaloberst Erwin Rommel; PK “Afrika”.

People in the image:
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)

Date June 1942(1942-06)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-785-0299-24A
Author Moosmüller

Nordafrika, Tobruk.- Erwin Rommel und Fritz Bayerlein bei Fahrt in offenen Auto (Horch Kfz 15 ?) stehend; PK “Afrika”

People in the image:
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)

Date June 1942(1942-06)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-785-0299-08A
Author Moosmüller

Nordafrika, Tunis.- Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel (mit Marschallstab grüßend) und Oberstleutnant Fritz Bayerlein, im Auto stehend, bei Vorbeifahrt an motorisierten Truppen, u.a. Soldaten in erbeutetem amerikanische Halbkettenfahrzeug M3 (Personnel Ca

People in the image:
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)

Date 1942(1942)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 146-1990-071-31
Author Unknown

Nordafrika, Tobruk.- Zwei Soldaten im Gespräch mit General Fritz Bayerlein und Generaloberst Erwin Rommel (vlnr), im Hintergrund Hafen ; PK “Afrika”.
People in the image:
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)

Date June 1942(1942-06)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-785-0299-29A
Author Moosmüller

Nordafrika, Tobruk.- Erwin Rommel und Fritz Bayerlein in offenem Auto (Horch Kfz 15 ?) stehend, links Panzer III; PK “Afrika”

People in the image:
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)

Date June 1942(1942-06)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-785-0299-23A
Author Moosmüller

Nordafrika, Tobruk.- Erwin Rommel und Fritz Bayerlein bei Fahrt in offenen Auto (Horch Kfz 15 ?) stehend, im Hintergrund der Hafen; PK “Afrika”

People in the image:
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)

Date June 1942(1942-06)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-785-0299-22A
Author Moosmüller

Im Hauptquartier von Rommel.
Lagebesprechung vor dem Angriff auf Tobruk. Ganz rechts der Kommandierende General des “Afrikakorps“, Generalleutnant Nehring, links Oberstleutnant Bayerlein. April 1942
26.5.42 [Herausgabedatum]

Date April 1942(1942-04)

Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-784-0203-14A

Author Moosmüller

Extra information: Nordafrika.- Lagebesprechung mit (vlnr) Oberst Fritz Bayerlein, Generaloberst Erwin Rommel, Generalleutnant Walter Nehring; PK “Afrika”

People in the image:
Nehring, Walter: General der Panzertruppen, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Vorsitzender des Rhein-Ruhr-Klubs, Bundesrepublik Deutschland (PND 118824317)
Bayerlein, Fritz: Generalleutnant, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 121621073)
Rommel, Erwin: Generalfeldmarschall, Ritterkreuz (RK), Heer, Deutschland (PND 118602446)

Die Kämpfe um die El-Alamein-Stellung. Nordafrika, bei El Alamein, Transport einer Flak-Geschützes mit Zugkraftwagen; KBK Lw 7

Date July 1942(1942-07)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 101I-444-1672-04
Author Zwilling, Ernst A.

Der “Mammut-Moritz”, der Befehlswagen von Generaloberst Rommel, befindet sich in dauerndem Panzerbegleitschutz mitten unter der kämpfenden Truppe. Nur so ist eine schnelle und sichere Uebermittlung sämtlicher Befehle an die in unmittelbarer Nähe gelegenen Einheiten gewährleistet. 25.2.42 [Herausgabedatum]

Date February 1942(1942-02)
Source Deutsches Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Bild 146-1980-024-27A
Author Zwilling, Ernst A.

El Alamein 1942: British tanks move up to the battle to engage the German armour after the infantry had cleared gaps in the enemy minefield.

Date 24 October 1942(1942-10-24)
Source This is photograph No. E 18481 from the Imperial War Museum collection No. 4700-32.
Author Gladstone (Sgt), No 1 Army Film & Photographic
Post-Work: User:W.wolny

El Alamein 1942: British Matilda tanks move forward at Tobruk

Date 12 September 1941(1941-09-12)
Source This is photograph No. E 5559 from the Imperial War Museum collection No. 4700-32.
Author Vanderson W G (Lt), No 1 Army Film & Photographic
Post-Work: User:W.wolny

British tanker after the attack of german submarine in Mediterranean Sea.

Rommel`s troops arrive in Africa: on 31 March 1941, he and the Italian field commander, General Gariboldi, inspect the Afrika Korps.

Nordafrika, Rommel im Befehlsfahrzeug “Greif”

Nordafrika, Rommel im Befehlsfahrzeug “Greif”

Nordafrika, Rommel im Befehlsfahrzeug “Greif”

Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel and general Georg Stumme (provided by KeithH) probably taken at the second battle of El Alamein.

“General Bernard L. Montgomery watches his tanks move up.” North Africa, November 1942.

General Erwin Rommel with the 15th Panzer Division between Tobruk and Sidi Omar. Sdf. Zwilling, Libya, January or November 24, 1941.

Nordafrika. Generaloberst Erwin Rommel mit Generalmajor Georg von Bismarck. Schützenpanzer Sd.Kfz. 250.3 ‘Greif’. 25.06.1942.

Nordafrika. Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel

Nordafrika. Generaloberst Erwin Rommel und General Fritz Bayerlein (1)

Garngad Gunners with Field Marshal Montgomery 1943

Rommel on the Via Balbia, the road to Egipt.

Fritz Bayerlein with Rommel during the fighting at Kasserine.

Rommel and Fritz Bayerlein of the Afrika Korps confer between his Mammut command truck.

After the defeat, Christmas 1941: Rommel, General Alfred Gause, Colonel Siegfried Westphal, and Major Freidrich-Wilhelm von Mellentin, wait outside their headquarters for Italian generals to arrive.

Major Wilhelm Bach, the ex-pastor who directed the heroic defence of Halfaya Pass.

General von Bismarck, Panzer division commander, studies the battle plan prepared by Rommel – whose lips are cracking in the sun.

The markings on this map are Rommel`s own sketches of his plan to seize Cairo and Suez Canal.

The rutted desert. Long ridges such as the one at rear were of tactical importance during the battles.

A typical empty-desert battle scene, with the crew of a German half track watching an enemy vehicle burning on horizon.

The Panzer III – here in the earlier short-burrelled form – was the backbone of Rommel`s battle tank force.

Немецкий парашютист в Северной Африке. Рождество 1942 г.

A Panzer IV, with Rommel aloft, advancing through the camelthorn scrub.

The Flak 88 was Rommel`s best hope against British tanks.

German infantrymen in foxholes burrowed into the desert wait for an attack.

Rommel sits in the roof hatch of his Mammut as it rolls eastward along the Via Balbia.

The Desert Fox. Rommel was renowned for his ability to sense the approach of the enemy.

Ever since his youth Rommel fascinated by motor engines.

British General Sir Claude Auchinleck

Field-Marshal Bernard Montgomery and General George S. Patton. Tunis, 1943.




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