Audie Leon Murphy (20 June 1925 – 28 May 1971) was one of the most decorated American combat soldiers of World War II, receiving every military combat award for […]
Footstool From Adolf Hitler's Fuhrerbunker In Where He Died in Berlin. This stool was originally in the Reich Chancellery and later moved to Hitler's bunker. This was one of at […]
Artifacts From Camp Colt WWI Tank Training Camp Gettysburg Battlefield. During WWI the Gettysburg battlefield was used as a training camp for the new U.S. Tank Corps many of the […]
General George S. Patton's Personal Razor From WWII. A travel style razor set with gold embossed letters "Gen. G. Patton". This set was used by Patton throughout WWII.
Hitler’s door handle from the Berghof taken by Major Stratford E. McKenrick of the U.S. 29th Division
. Stratford McKenrick landed on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. He was tasked with gathering any remaining intelligence in the Obersalzberg area where Hitler's home was in June 1945. […]
A Casualty Of D-Day. Original WWII U.S. M-1 helmet and liner recovered in the water at Omaha Beach Normandy France.
Notice how the sea life attached itself to the helmet. A large dent in the top is evidence of major trauma to the helmet. A very poignant relic of D-Day […]
A WWII German model 1942 single decal Waffen SS helmet brought home by a U.S. soldier as a war trophy. If you have a helmet brought home by a U.S. […]
Eva Braun's Monogram Silver Set Liberated From Obersalzberg By A U.S. 506 PIR 101st Airborne Soldier. A very unique war trophy. This is the only complete set we have ever […]
Blood Stained M-42 Reinforced Paratrooper Uniform Worn On D-Day By Stanley Medaj 502 PIR 101st Airborne
Wounded on D-Day, 101st Airborne Paratrooper Stanley Medaj. This M-42 reinforced paratrooper uniform worn on D-Day by Stanley Medaj Headquarters Company 3rd Battalion 502 Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st […]
A WWII U.S. M-2 "D-Bale" Paratrooper helmet that was worn by Orville S. Martin 3rd Battalion G/505th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne. Martin went all the way through […]