These images are featured all around the world from the Eastern Front, to the Pacific War, and to the landings of Normandy. All these images are genuine, and they contain very graphic content, even some disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised.
With the holiday season upon us Angus has a festive episode for you.
The US 28th Infantry Division landed in France in July of 1944. After fighting through the Bocage, and taking part in the parade through Paris to mark its liberation, they were sent to the Hürtgen Forest.
Janice Hobson Monro remembers the song playing on the radio that fateful Sunday morning in Hawaii. It was the Ink Spots' "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire." The Japanese, however, were doing exactly that.