WWII in Color Part 2
Brazilian digital artist Marina Amaral combines her passion for art and history by colorizing black and white photographs.
At least 3000 Indian soldiers were organized into an armed brigade under
the German Wehrmacht in 1942 and they were known as the Free Indian
Home Army soldiers Henryk Ożarek “Henio” (left) holding a Vis pistol and
Tadeusz Przybyszewski “Roma” (right) firing a Błyskawica submachine
gun, from “Anna” Company of the “Gustaw” Battalion fighting on
Kredytowa-Królewska Street, 3 October 1944.
German paratroopers wave to a Ju-87 dive bomber, May 1940.
Viewed through the window of a wrecked building, a Marine gun crew set
up behind abandoned enemy truck, fires at Japanese hiding in the debris
of the town of Garapan, administrative center of Saipan, June 1944.
Marine identified as Sgt Angelo Klonis smoking a cigarette during the final days of fighting to gain control of the island of Saipan from occupying Japanese forces during WWII, 1944.
Patton during a welcome home parade in Los Angeles, June 9, 1945.