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"Lazur Chemical Plant, Stalingrad, September 1942", by Richie Rojj

"Lazur Chemical Plant, Stalingrad, September by Richie Rojj

Heavy Soviet armor belonging to 1st Belorussian Front rolls into East Prussia, Feb 1945. Note the panerfaust (German bazooka) littering the side of the road.

Heavy Soviet armor belonging to Belorussian Front rolls into East Prussia, Feb Note the panerfaust (German bazooka) littering the side of the road.

A column of tanks produced at Kharkov. Note the early pattern track, the cast turret and the early pattern driver’s hatch.

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Korea: Eduardo Gomez Pried Open the Hatch to a Tank Under Heavy Fire and Threw a Grenade In

RUSSIAN T-34 TANK CAPTURED by the GERMAN ARMY in 1944

Captured were so common that there are cases of entire SS battalions being equipped exclusively with captured Soviet Union, 1944 ~ Vengeance_Lord

Combat engineers from the 3 SS tank division. Soldier holding an anti-tank mine.

Panzerdivision Das Reich July 1943 Unternehmen Zitadelle Battle of Kursk

Wehrmacht infantry in Stalingrad's devastated streets riding on StuG III Ausf. B assault gun. Assault guns were the guardian angels of both infantry and tanks caught in anti-tank fire.

Assault gun Sturmgeschütz III Ausführung B 244 Battalion assault guns of the Wehrmacht (Sturmgeschütz Abteilung with the soldiers of the Battalion, Infantry Regiment of the Wehrmacht on the Arbat street in Stalingrad.

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The mean goons over on SA roped me into writing an effortpost, so I figured it's only fair that you freeloaders get to enjoy it too.

Soviet troops reaching Berlin, 23 April 1945.

Operation Bagration was the codename for the Soviet 1944 Belorussian Strategic Offensive Operation which cleared German forces from the Belorussian SSR and eastern Poland between 22 June and 19 August

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A German machine gun element deploying the MG-34 somewhere on the Eastern Front, fall 1941. By the beginning of Barbarossa, the German machine gun element had moved from 4 crew down to 2.

A German machine gun element deploying the somewhere on the Eastern Front, fall By the beginning of Barbarossa, the German machine gun element had moved from 4 crew down to