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German Wehrmacht soldiers make light of the terrible rations within the Kholm Pocket; the encirclement of German troops by the Soviet Army around Kholm, south of Leningrad from 23 January 1942 until 5 May 1942. A much larger pocket was simultaneously surrounded in Demyansk, about 100 km (62 mi) to the northeast. These were the results of German retreat following their defeat during the Battle of Moscow. At the small Kholm Pocket, 5,500 German soldiers held out for 105 days. The pocket was…

German Wehrmacht soldiers make light of the terrible rations within the Kholm Pocket; the encirclement of German troops by the Soviet Army around Kholm, south of Leningrad from 23 January 1942 until 5 May Image taken by Richard Muck.

Photo Album  "Meine Dienstzeit" - march into Russia 1941 through the eyes of an infantry man

Photo Album "Meine Dienstzeit" - march into Russia 1941 through the eyes of an infantry man

A Polish cavalry unit dares to attack a German motorcycle unit with only a sword. Since the end of the Great War, the Polish army was much less advanced than the German Army, often sending cavalry against German Panzer columns.

1939 09 02 A Polish cavalry unit dares to attack a German motorcycle unit with only a sword. Since the end of the Great War, the Polish army was much less advanced than the German Army, often sending cavalry against German Panzer columns.

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The Kholm Pocket was the name given for the encirclement of German troops by the Soviet Army around Kholm, south of Leningrad, on the Eastern Front.

Men of a 2.SS-Division “Das Reich” Maschinen Gewehr section eating rations in their prepared position, Ukraine 1944

Men of a “Das Reich” Maschinen Gewehr section eating rations in their prepared position, Ukraine 1944

PK-Aufnahme Kriegsberichter Reimers 28.2.44 [Herausgabedatum] Zentralbild: II. Weltkrieg 1939-45 An der Front in der Sowjetunion. Ende Februar 1944. Bei der sowjetischen Offensive zur Befreiung des Leningrader Gebietes Januar-März 1944 räumen die deutschen Truppen das ganze Gebiet zwischen Ilmensee und Finnischem Meerbusen bis zum Peipus-See.

This German soldier found space for his dog on the horsecart during the German retreat in Lake Peipus, Finland, Feb The retreat was triggered by the Soviets breaking the Siege of Leningrad and pushing Army Group North to the west.

Deutsch Soldaten in Deckung hinter einem gepanzerten Sd.Kfz. 250 während der Kämpfe in der Nähe von Kiew.

Wehrmacht (Heer) German soldiers including a "Gefreiter", who is injured, hide behind semi-armored Sd.

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German troops eating food from the Goulash wagon food container used for transporting a warm meal or tea from the field kitchen to the soldiers at the front.

Heavily armed soldier of the Panzer Division Hermann Göring smiling to the camera (russia, 1944)

Young German grenadier smiles for the camera sometime in The war is all but lost but he and his comrades persist. He is carrying a Panzerfaust (the German bazooka) and his chances of making it out alive diminish by the day. For the Reich and the Fuhrer.

IL PIENO DI BENZINA PER QUESTO MOTOCICLISTA TEDESCO MOLTO "INFANGATO" DURANTE LA CAMPAGNA DI RUSSIA

✠ Muddy German motorcycle courier gets fuel. Lone couriers had one of the most dangerous jobs, often crossing hostile territory with only speed and a rifle or SMG for protection. Losses in their ranks was predictably heavy.

Rare Photos of Nazi Soldiers' Lives During World War II (81 photos)

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