Sergey Larenkov is a very talented photographer. If you've not seen his work I strongly urge you to visit his Blog page where he has an amazing selection of photos that merge Black and White pictures from WWII with modern photo's taken from the same spot. Most of his work is understandably related to the Eastern Front and he has produced some amazing pictures from the Siege of Leningrad. His latest offerings however are of Omaha Beach on D-Day.
Many of his pictures are very evocative and thought provoking. Some of his most powerful composite images juxtapose modern shoppers in streets that were once filled with rubble or past the bodies of fallen soldiers. Others show tanks standing in silent streets where modern cars now speed by. When you look through his pictures it really does feel like the ghosts of the past are closer than we realise. If you are interesting in WWII - or even if you're not - I think you'll find his work facinating to look at.