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Panzergräben stellten Hindernisse für feindliche Panzerkampfwagen dar. Sie boten allerdings der gegnerischen Infanterie oft gute Deckungsmöglichkeiten.

― Historians Union Don (Founder)さん( 「Here is a great photo of a Panzer Division pushing into a Russian city sometime during the great…」

WEHRMACHT soldiers (army) panzerschreck, calibre 8, 8 cm. : Raketen-Panzer-Büchse 54.

Soldiers of an unidentified Wehrmacht unit loading a PanzerShrek. Location unknown, date unknown.

Germans Wehrmacht soldiers during a fight.

Germans Wehrmacht soldiers during a fight. Behind them you can see a PaK 40 Effective firing range of the Pak 40 : metres Weight : kg Number built Approximately : pin by Paolo Marzioli

This picture shows the theme of nature continuing on during the war. Even though the soldiers are fighting and dying to nature it's like it's not even happening.

Two Gebirgsjägers (mountain infantry) manning an machine gun. An entire corps was formed in N - worldwarincolor

A German mortar team operating an 8 cm. Granatwerfer 34 close to a 'knocked out' T-34/76 Soviet tank near Stalingrad. c. September 1942 (Colourised by Royston Leonard UK)

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A German mortar team operating an 8 cm. Granatwerfer 34 close to a 'knocked out' Soviet tank near Stalingrad. September 1942 (Colourised by Royston Leonard UK) - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Tank Ace Otto Carius with his Tiger 1 and crew pose for a picture for home.

A Tiger 1 in full white camo paint pauses for a photo op while it heads a column of vehicles and giving a good number of soldiers a lift. *Note, Otto Carius (Knight's Cross with Oakleaves) is standing in front of the Tiger to the left.

Panzer VI 'Tigers' - Tarnopol, Ukraine - April 1944---steeplechase in the reverse direction

Panzer VI 'Tigers' - Tarnopol, Ukraine - April in the reverse direction

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