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Falchirmjaeger 1942

Fallschirmjager gunner, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Waffen-SS soldiers with the Sturmgewehr near the end of the war.

Waffen-SS soldiers with the Sturmgewehr near the end of the war.

1943 - German Soldier - Stalingrad - WWII (V)

Stalingrad, German soldier (Though frequently posted as "Stalingrad 1943 German soldier" or the like, this is a modern re-enactment plainly credited to Hungarian photographer Balasz Santha. It is not a genuine wartime image.

German medium tank Pz.kpfw IV from part of the 15th Panzer division in Africa. June 1942. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

German medium tank Pz.kpfw IV from part of the 15th Panzer division in Africa. June 1942. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Two German soldiers in a trench during the Battle of Stalingrad.

The German soldiers frozen in the cold of winter at Stalingrad, which is widely referred to as the turning point of World War II in Europe

German MG-42 Crew - (best estimate) Grossdeutschland, part of the forward elements of Fourth Panzer Army, embroiled in the battle in the city of Voronezh, July 1942.

historyandass: Waffen-SS Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler, delivering the goods Wehrmacht troops of elite großdeutschland division.

Portrait of a German Army soldier in Stalingrad, Russia, Nov 1942

[Photo] Portrait of a German Army soldier in Stalingrad, Russia, Nov 1942

German Army 8.8 cm FlaK 18 gun deployed in an anti-tank role, Bir al Hakim, near Tobruk, North Africa, Jun 1942 (German Federal Archive)

[Photo] German Army cm FlaK 18 gun deployed in an anti-tank role, Bir al Hakim, near Tobruk, North Africa, Jun photo 1 of 2

WW2 - The Tiger Tank was a  German heavy tank developed in 1942. The final official German name was "Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf.E", often shortened to Tiger. It was an answer to the unexpectedly impressive Soviet armour encountered in the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union.

The Tiger Tank was a German heavy tank developed in The final official German name was "Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger Ausf.

German infantry, caught in the ruins of Stalingrad, fight an unwinnable battle. Note the platoon machine gunner with the MG-36, Sept 1942.

German infantry, caught in the ruins of Stalingrad, fight an unwinnable battle. Note the platoon machine gunner with the - September 1942

German soldiers Eastern Front1942 - Russia graveyard of the German army 1941 - 1945

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Stalingrad 1942

Infantry of the Infanterie-Division proceed against Soviet positions in Stalingrad — Autumn

Nazi Flag over Stalingrad 1942

Autumn A German soldier hangs a Nazi flag from a building in downtown Stalingrad.

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