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Soldiers from the U.S. Army’s 2nd Armored Division of Fort Hood, Texas (Late October 1963)

Helmut Kohl Visits a German Military Base in Koblenz (November 29, 1982)

American Troops in Hutzdorf (1985)

Young Christians Propose a “Social Peace Service” as an Alternative to Military Service (December 7, 1982)

“Women for Peace,” East Berlin (July 3, 1983)

Kingdom of Hanover: Grenadiers of the Guard, Drummer, and Common Soldiers (c. 1835)

Prince Kraft zu Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen, Observations on the State of the Austrian Army in 1854 (Retrospective Account)

Bivouac Life (1848)

Taking Tea on the Terrace of the Neue Palais (July 9, 1870)

Jewish Field Service during the Franco-Prussian War (undated)

The Battle of Königgrätz, July 3, 1866 (1866)

The Wounded Pour into Dresden (19th Century)

Prussian Troops Arrive in Dresden on June 18, 1866 (no date)

Arrival of Mecklenburg Artillery in Leipzig in June 1866 (no date)

Entry of Victorious Prussian Troops into Berlin (September 21, 1866)

Field Marshal Helmuth von Moltke, Chief of the Prussian General Staff (1886)

Military Barracks in Dresden (1877)

Wilhelm I and Entourage at the Battle of Königgrätz on July 3, 1866 (Painting, 1872)

Austrian and Saxon Artillery on the Heights of Problus at the Battle of Königgrätz on July 3, 1866 (no date)

Troops Parade down the Champs Élysée in Paris (March 1, 1871)

Troops Parade through the Brandenburg Gate (June 16, 1871)

Soviet and American Officers Meet (1945)

Article on the Debate over German Rearmament (September 14, 1950)

Article by a Student on German Rearmament (November 16, 1950)

Western Declaration on Germany, the European Defense Community, and Berlin (May 27, 1952)