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Melvin C. Shaffer World War II Photographs

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    • Creer and Shaffer, Reich Chancellery, Berlin, May 1945

    • 1945
    • Germany
    • Ralph Creer and Melvin Shaffer at the entrance to the Reich Chancellery, May 1945. Debris had been removed from the entrance by the Russians in order to enter and search for Hitler and his government. The famous bunker was here and the smell of...
    • Leaning tower of Pisa, 1944

    • 1944
    • Italy and Southern France
    • The famous tower escaped damage even though major military activity did take place in the vicinity. The Mausoleum next door, however, did sustain damage; the sides of ancient burial vaults were blown away and gave a good view of the bones of the...
    • St. Peter's, Rome, 1944

    • 1944
    • Italy and Southern France
    • The famous basilica designed by Giacomo della Porta, shortly after the breakthrough at Anzio. Thousands of American soldiers came here on their way north in pursuit of the retreating German forces. It was not uncommon to see entire military...
    • Untitled - the lady wine seller of Benevento

    • 1945
    • Italy and Southern France
    • Benevento was famous for its wine and thus a favorite spot for soldiers. In Southern Italy, Benevento was popular with soldiers from shortly after Italy was invaded until the Axis powers surrendered. This lady was a good wine seller; she had two...
    • St. Peter's, Rome, 1944

    • 1944
    • Italy and Southern France
    • The famous basilica designed by Giacomo della Porta, pictured here shortly after the breakthrough at Anzio. Thousands of American soldiers came here on their way north in pursuit of the retreating German forces. It was not uncommon to see entire...
    • Small boy and donkey, Biskra, Algeria, 1943

    • 1943
    • North Africa
    • A family takes their little boy for a donkey ride, Biskra, Algeria (famous for its figs, a staple of the Algerian diet). Some families here were well-off, but this little boy shows the classic love and attention accorded small kids everywhere
    • Army chow line in a side street, Algiers, 1943

    • 1943
    • North Africa
    • Set up to feed any soldier in the vicinity, the chow lines offered food that was generally good and always plentiful. While mostly brought in from the U.S., occasionally local produce was purchased. For example, Algeria was famous for its melons:...

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