German POWs carrying wounded Private Johnson of the 407th Reg/104th Infantry, 23 Feb 1945
A Soviet soldier helping his wounded comrade during the Battle for Rassenyay, August 1944
American troops going from the Chiunzi Pass to Naples. Late September 1943. On their way they encountered various small pockets of resistance.
Photographer: Robert Capa
Source: Magnum Photos
Navy Corpsman taking care of injured Marines on Tarawa
Nord men of Rgt. 11 apply first aid to a wounded paw.
ANZAC soldier carrying a wounded comrade on Gallipoli
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Medics throw out a line to drag a sled up a steep incline.
A wounded Soviet POW is photographed by his Finnish captors during the Winter War. The conflict began with a Soviet offensive on 30 November 1939, two months after the start of World War II and the Soviet invasion of Poland, ending on 13 March 1940 with the Moscow Peace Treaty. The League of Nations deemed the attack illegal and expelled the Soviet Union from the League on 14 December 1939. The Soviets aimed to recover the Grand Duchy of Finland territory lost during the Russian Civil War in 1917, during which Finland had declared independence from Russia. The Finnish-Soviet Winter War would be followed by the Continuation War, which began 22 June 1941, the day Germany launched its invasion on the Soviet Union. Open warfare began with a Soviet air offensive on Finland on 25 June 1941 and would end on 19 September 1944. Finland, winter 1940.