Erwin Rommel was perhaps the most famous German Field Marshal of World War II. In '44, Allied troops were closing in on Rommel’s Corps & he ordered 4 SS divers to bury a German treasure within 6 steel ammunition boxes. The treasure supposedly is gems, gold & silver bullion & is located in an sea cave off the east coast of Corsica. In '07, historians & treasure hunters looking at a photo with a code to the treasure's location. They're sure that they are close to finding it.
Hans, what the hell did you shot down three times?????
Crimea, 1942: Two German grenadiers (the one on the right, a sergeant) armed with the MP-38 SMG photographed shortly after receiving the Iron Cross 2nd Class for bravery. The medal can be seen hanging from a buttonhole on the sergeant's tunic and similarly for the other grenadier.
MG34 gunner using a tripod. Mais
German soldiers examine a Russian trench during the advance towards Moscow, circa 1941.