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SdKfz 2 Kleines Kettenkrad

SdKfz 2 Kleines Kettenkrad (“tracked motorcycle”) World War II German “special ordnance vehicle”

The Dynasphere was a monowheel electric vehicle invented in 1932 by Dr. J. A. Purves from Taunton, Somerset, UK. It had 2.5 horse power and once attained a speed of 25mph - http://www.cultofweird.com/laboratory/dynasphere/

Dynasphere - Monowheel electric vehicle invented in1932

The Dynasphere was a monowheel electric vehicle invented in 1932 by Dr. Purves from Taunton, Somerset, UK. It had horse power and once attained a speed of 25 mph.How do I change the wheel?

WWI — German “Zeppelin-Staaken R.VI” bomber

Zeppelin-Staaken RVI Data for RVI Date: 1917 Nationality: Germany Engine: Four 260 hp Mercedes DIVa Wingspan: Weight: lbs. Cruising Speed: 80 mph Range: 8 hours Ceiling: ft Armament: lb of bombs, up to 7 machine guns

German soldier in motorcycle reading mixed road signs

A Wehrmacht Soldier on his DKW 125 motorcycle looking at a whole lot of confusing signs that may or may not be pointed in the right direction.

Kettenkrad for short (where Ketten means "chain" or "tracks" and krad is the military abbreviation of the German word Kraftrad, the administrative German term for motorcycle), started its life as a light tractor for airborne troops. Steering the Kettenkrad was accomplished by turning the handlebars: Up to a certain point, only the front wheel would steer the vehicle. It was also possible to run the vehicle without the front wheel.

NSU Kettenkraftrad Jacques Littlefield Collection, by Vladimir Yakubov ::

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German armour was making a surprise advance through the Ardenne Forest that would outflank Allied forces that had moved forward into Belgium.

A very unique vehicle used by German troops. Looks amphibious...

A very unique vehicle used by German troops.its amphibious.

Soldier of German 24th Panzer Division sleeping on the sidecar of a R75 motorcycle, southern Russia, Aug-Sep 1942

[Photo] Soldier of German 24th Panzer Division sleeping on the sidecar of a R75 motorcycle, southern Russia, Aug-Sep 1942

German Soldier Asleep on WWII Motorcycle Russia 1942

Making Road signs

German soldiers move a horse-drawn vehicle over a corduroy road while crossing a wetland area, in October near Salla on Kola Peninsula, a.

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The Kettenkrad officially called SdKfz its life as a light tractor for airborne troops. The vehicle was designed to be delivered by Junkers Ju though not by parachute.

Kettenkraftrad type HK 101 was a tracked motorcycle developed in summer 1939, as a fast vehicle capable of moving small loads in mountainous terrain. The vehicle was used to lay cables, tow heavy guns and was frequently used to combat the snow and mud of the Eastern Front by the stinking Nazis

Kettenkraftrad type HK from It's a tracked and rather silly looking motorcycle built for carrying guns/ supplies and laying cables in

A Kettenkrad demonstrating it's mobility for the camera. Note the interesting small supply trailer being pulled.

A Kettenkrad demonstrating it's mobility for the camera. Note the interesting small supply trailer being pulled.

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