World War 2 – Picture Resources

Panzer Tank

Panzer IV

A medium tank (25 tons) with a crew of five, which was produced since 1936 and until the end of the war, and became the main German tank.

Wellington Bomber RAF

The longest-serving of the trio of medium bombers with which Bomber Command at the outset of World War II, the Wellington, affectionately known as the ‘Wimpey’ by its crews, flew on many of the defining operations until its last bombing mission over the Reich in October 1


The trenches were the front lines, the most dangerous places. The idea of digging into the ground to give some protection from powerful enemy artillery and small arms fire was not a new idea or unique to the Great War.

To learn more about the trenches click the image or view resource.