Update 10-1-2018 : New Pictures Added to the Website

New Pictures have been added to the Website:

• Historical Society of German Military History Collection of Memorabilia
• Invasion of Poland
• Battle of Norway
• Eastern Front
• Operation Barbarossa – Invasion of the Soviet Union
• Battle of the Atlantic
• Destruction of Germany During and After the War
• German Army
• Afrika Korps
• Foreign Troops in the Wehrmacht
• Panther
• StuG III
• Sd.Kfz. 251 – Sonderkraftfahrzeug 251
• Sd.Kfz. 3-4, 6-9, 11, 222, 231-232, 234, 247, 252-254, 261, & 265
• Volkswagen Kübelwagen
• Hand Held Infantry Weapons or Light Equipment of WW2
• MG 34 – Maschinengewehr 34
• Luftwaffe 1933-1946
• Luftwaffe Divisions and Groups
• Messerschmitt Bf 109
• Messerschmitt Bf 110
• World War 2 Generals – A thru E
• Luftwaffe Field Marshalls
• Luftwaffe Generals
• Luftwaffe Pilots & Airmen – A thru G
• Luftwaffe Pilots & Airmen – H thru M
• WW2 Allies – Romania
• WW2 Allies – Bulgaria
• Nuremberg Trials
• Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring
• Order of Battle – Waffen-SS Divisions & Other Units
• SS Generals – A thru L
• SS Officers, NCOs, and Men – A thru G
• SS-Officers, NCOs, and Men – H thru K
• Military Ceremonies and Rallies of the Third Reich
• September 1938 – Munich Agreement & Annexation of the Sudentenland
• Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact

New Pages have been added to the Website:

• SS-Junkerschule Bad Tölz

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October 1, 1959

A new East German (DDR) flag is introduced. It features a hammer and a compass surrounded by a ring of rye. The hammer represented the workers in the factories. The compass represented the intelligentsia, and the ring of rye – the farmers. The display of the national emblem was for some years regarded as unconstitutional in West Germany and West Berlin and was prevented by the police. Only in 1969 did the West German government of Willy Brandt reverse this policy in what was known as Ostpolitik.

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