Tragic Landscape circa 1945 courtesy http://www.thestarphoenix.com/touch/cms/binary/8673491.jpg.
Alex Colville was an official war artist for Canada during the Second World War. Stationed in Deventer, Holland, he came upon a German paratrooper of lying face up in a farmer's field. "He was about twenty," explained the Canadian painter. "They [the Germans] would fight right to the very end. They had put up a tremendous fight until they were all killed." Tragic Landscape hangs in the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa.
German soldier from the Luftwaffe in Holland courtesy https://www.pinterest.com/dagazzie/nederland-in-wo-ii/.