John Florea

John Florea was a photographer who specialized in celebrity portraits; during World War II he became a photojournalist. This set features some of his World War II pictures. Later in life he became a director of TV shows.

A Soviet soldier (left) and an American soldier (right) pose 
for a photograph after the Allied forces meet in Torgau
  
American soldier looking over the bodies of some of the more than 80 
American POW’s murdered by Nazi Waffen SS panzer unit under the 
command of Lt. Colonel Joachim Peiper, Malmedy, Belgium, December 1944
  
Battle of the Bulge, Belgium, 1945
  
Cologne, Germany, 1945
  
Malmedy 1945
  
American soldiers walking past rows and rows of corpses at the Nordhausen 
concentration camp just after its liberation, Nordhausen, Germany, April 1945
  
German civilians being forced by the Allies to bury prisoners killed 
at the Nordhausen concentration camp, Nordhausen, Germany, April 1945
  
German civilians being forced by the Allies to bury prisoners killed 
at the Nordhausen concentration camp, Nordhausen, Germany, April 1945

John Florea was a photographer who specialized in celebrity portraits; during World War II he became a photojournalist. This set features some of his World War II pictures. Later in life he became a director of TV shows.

A Soviet soldier (left) and an American soldier (right) pose 
for a photograph after the Allied forces meet in Torgau
  
American soldier looking over the bodies of some of the more than 80 
American POW’s murdered by Nazi Waffen SS panzer unit under the 
command of Lt. Colonel Joachim Peiper, Malmedy, Belgium, December 1944
  
Battle of the Bulge, Belgium, 1945
  
Cologne, Germany, 1945
  
Malmedy 1945
  
American soldiers walking past rows and rows of corpses at the Nordhausen 
concentration camp just after its liberation, Nordhausen, Germany, April 1945
  
German civilians being forced by the Allies to bury prisoners killed 
at the Nordhausen concentration camp, Nordhausen, Germany, April 1945
  
German civilians being forced by the Allies to bury prisoners killed 
at the Nordhausen concentration camp, Nordhausen, Germany, April 1945