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Zbrodnie na jeńcach alianckich w czasie II wojny światowej (21)

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Long lines of American dead after D-Day. Between 6 and 17 June the 12th SS would murder 106 prisoners of war in 30 separate incidents. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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Women prisoners labour at the Ravensbr?zck concentration camp in Germeny where 92,000 women were to die during the war. Food rations for prisoners were meager at the outset, and the amount and quality of food the camp authorities allotted each prisoner decreased further after 1941. By January 1945 the barracks were horribly overcrowded. This overcrowding, aggravated by abominable sanitary conditions, resulted in a typhus epidemic that spread throughout the camp. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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Fifty of the Allied airmen who tunnelled out of Stalag Luft 3 in the Great Escape were executed in chilling scenes like this. In 1946, RAF Special Investigation Branch officers reconstructed the murders of Squadron Leader Thomas Kirby-Green and Flying Officer Gordon Kidder near Zl??n, Moravia. Gestapo officer Erich Zacharias was hanged for his role in the murders. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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British prisoners of war assemble at an Italian prisoner-of-war camp in December 1941. Prisoners at the camp were at risk of being shot in unprovoked attacks. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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The Royal Marine Cockleshell Heroes who canoed almost 100 miles behind enemy lines to blow up ships in a daring World War II raid. Of the ten men who launched, only two survived with the other either drowning or shot in cold blood (1942). HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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1 Troop, 2nd SAS Regiment prior to their paradrop into France. Any SAS member caught behind enemy lines was executed without mercy. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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The execution of men suspected of being resisitance fighters in the Ukraine in September 1941. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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The men who took part in the cockleshell raid, only two of whom returned alive. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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Book cover. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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Date: 2 June 1941. German paratroops open fire on Cretan civilians following allegations that they murdered wounded paratroops. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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Prisoners captured at Tobruk, Libya were passed over to the Italians who kept them in barbed-wire concentration camps until they could be shipped over to permanent prison camps in Italy. The treatment received in Italian hands was very poor: inadequate food, water and accommodation and guards who would shoot to kill without warning. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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British prisoners captured during the fall of Tobruk, Libya are escorted away by members of the Afrika Korps under the beating sun. Water and food were scarce. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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Fritz Kn?schlein was hanged in Hamburg on 28 January 1949. He gave the order for the Royal Norfolk prisoners of war to be machine-gunned at Le Paradis. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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A photo of the bodies of the murdered soldiers of the Royal Norfolk Regiment, still lying next to the barn where they had been shot, taken by a passing German photographer. Almost 100 bodies would be exhumed in 1942 and buried locally. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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The former leaders of the Nazi regime in the dock at Nuremburg. In the front row (far left) is Hermann G?sring wearing dark glasses, who would later commit suicide. Next to him is Hitler???s former deputy Rudolf Hess who would serve life imprisonment in Spandau Jail. Two seats further along sits Wilhelm Keitel who would hang for numerous war crimes. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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War crimes on both sides: German soldiers being executed by American troops outside Dachau, enraged by their discovery of the concentration camp. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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American investigators begin the long process of identifying the men murdered by Nazis during the Battle of the Bulge, 1944. The bodies were taken to the nearby railway station where they were thawed out and identified. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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The exhumed remains of six American airmen murdered in R?zsselsheim by angry civilians. The incident happened on August 26, 1944, two days after a US bomber was shot down by heavy anti-aircraft fire over Hanover. Nine crew members of the aircraft parachuted to the ground, where they were captured and held by German Luftwaffe personnel. Unable to transfer the downed aircrewmen to a prisoner-of-war camp due to the train tracks being heavily damaged by bombing the night before, the Americans were forced to march through the devastated town of R?zsselsheim to catch another train. The townspeople, already angered by damage caused to their town by an RAF bombing raid the previous night started attacking the unarmed crew members with rocks, hammers, sticks, and shovels, which resulted in the deaths of six men. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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Joseph Hartgens, a German air-raid warden and the leader of the civilians who murdered the captured American fliers in R?zsselsheim was hanged for the crime on 10 November 1945. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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A German paratroop patrol passes by dead Allied soldiers in Greece 1942. It is difficult to assess whether they have been killed in combat or not. There are no weapons or equipment lying near the bodies. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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British prisoners are marched past a German tank destroyer in Arnhem, Netherlands. A group of prisoners captured following this assault were mown down with machine gun fire whilst being transported in the back of a lorry. HORRENDOUS pictures reveal the gruesome fate that awaited hundreds of British and allied Prisoners of War at the hands of the Nazi regime. Graphic images show the smirking Nazi paratroops opening fire on Cretan civilians, a firing squad of 20 Germans preparing to shoot six unarmed Ukrainian men, and a crowd of anxious looking British soldiers being marched past a German tank destroyer as they awaited their fate. Another brutal photo shows the SAS men who were beaten with cudgels and shot in cold blood after they refused to give their captors critical intel and distorted bodies of American soldiers frozen in the snow. The harrowing photos are including in Phillip Chinnery???s book ???Hitler???s Atrocities against Allied PoWs???, a chilling description of the ordeals that captured men and women were put through by the Third Reich regime and their Italian allies. Mediadrumimages/Phillip Chinnery/Pen and Sword Books
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