75 years have passed since the end of the Second World War, but still from time to time there are unknown materials about the war. These color photos, taken by photographer David Seymour in 1947, trace the route taken by the Allied forces during the offensive against the Nazi positions in the final stage of the Second World War.
A woman walks on Omaha beach, 1947. Three years have passed since the landing of the Allied troops in Normandy on the territory of France occupied by the Third Reich.
A man shares an alcoholic drink with a friend, Omaha Beach.
The American flag is raised over the American military cemetery near the beach Omaha.
Disabled German Panther tank, Belgium.
Discarded uniforms of American soldiers find a new use, Bastogne, Belgium.
The Belgian city of Bastogne became the center of a fierce battle during the German offensive in the Ardennes in the winter of 1944-1945.
A girl lays flowers at the grave of an American soldier, Margraten, Netherlands.
A bridge in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. The protection of the Dutch bridges was one of the key objectives during the Dutch Allied Operation.
Locals walk past destroyed buildings in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
The grave of a German soldier discovered in the Hürtgen forest near Aachen, Germany.
The garden outside the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, where the bodies of Adolf Hitler and his wife were burned.