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WW II GERMAN WEHRMACHT

German soldiers tear down the barrier at the German-Polish border on Sept. 1, 1939. The first shots of what was called the Second Great War were fired in Poland on that day, when Nazi forces began a blitz invasion. The fighting eventually spread through 61 countries on four continents before ending six years later, with 50 million people dead and the world order changed forever. (AP-Photo)

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September 01, 1939 08:19:00 AM
May 26, 1997 12:19:00 PM
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
2048 x 1422 0.72 MB
FRANKFURT, POLAND

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