Erkunde Armeefahrzeuge, Abteilung und noch mehr!

American troops of the 30th Infantry Division advance through the town of Malmedy, 2 January 1945. #WW2

American troops of the 30th Infantry Division advance through the town of Malmedy, 2 January 1945. #WW2

Un canon anti-char QF 17 remorqué dans une rue de Vernon le 27 août 1944. (Hewitt (Sgt) No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit / BU 202 Imperial War Museum)

Un canon anti-char QF 17 remorqué dans une rue de Vernon le 27 août 1944. (Hewitt (Sgt) No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit / BU 202 Imperial War Museum)

Strassburg, Abteilung, Ww2, Militär, Termine, Weltkrieg, Strasbourg, World War

Troops of the 82nd Airborne Division inspect the new M24 Chaffee tank in Nonceveux, 19 January 1945. #WW2

Troops of the 82nd Airborne Division inspect the new M24 Chaffee tank in Nonceveux, 19 January 1945. #WW2

Great action with the 17. SS Panzergrenadier Division Götz von Berlichingen and the paratroopers from Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 6 in the area of Carentan, Normandy against US forces in mid-June 1944. Both Götz von Berlichingen Division and Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 6 remained in this sector for the remainder of June and most of July, struggling valiantly to hold back the Americans.

Great action with the 17. SS Panzergrenadier Division Götz von Berlichingen and the paratroopers from Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 6 in the area of Carentan, Normandy against US forces in mid-June 1944. Both Götz von Berlichingen Division and Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 6 remained in this sector for the remainder of June and most of July, struggling valiantly to hold back the Americans.

Troops of the Waffen 9'th SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen counting and dividing out rations

Troops of the Waffen 9'th SS Panzer Division Hohenstaufen counting and dividing out rations

Soldiers of the 83rd Infantry Division behind an anti-tank gun between the cities of Houffalize and St. Vith. #WW2

Soldiers of the 83rd Infantry Division behind an anti-tank gun between the cities of Houffalize and St. Vith. #WW2

German infantry marching during the first phase of Operation Barbarossa, June-July 1941. The Russian summer can be hot way above what an average German is used to. The expressions on the faces of the troops tell the story.

German infantry marching during the first phase of Operation Barbarossa, June-July 1941. The Russian summer can be hot way above what an average German is used to. The expressions on the faces of the troops tell the story.

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