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Pz III & Pz II - 15.Panzer Division - Ligne de Gazala - Afrique du Nord

Pz III & Pz II - 15.Panzer Division - Ligne de Gazala - Afrique du Nord

PzKpfw III Ausf L - 3.Panzer Division SS TOTENKOPF - KOURSK 1943

PzKpfw III Ausf L - 3.Panzer Division SS TOTENKOPF - KOURSK 1943

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Panther Ausf A tank of the SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler in Flandres Belgium June 1944

PzKpfw III Ausf N - Avec Schurzen - 3.Armée - 3.Panzer Regiment - 2.Panzer Division - Koursk - Russie 1943

PzKpfw III Ausf N - Avec Schurzen - 3.Armée - 3.Panzer Regiment - 2.Panzer Division - Koursk - Russie 1943

Happy-looking Waffen-SS Schutz of 5th SS Panzer Division, "Wiking", communicates with the rear by field telephone. This was probably in the course of the Division's relief of the relief of the Kovel encirclement, March-April, 1944. The tanks in the photo appear to be PzKpfw V Panther G type. The lead tank may be a command version - although the usual array of radio aerials is not visible. Best regards, JR.

A soldier from SS-Panzer-Division "Wiking" speaking through feldfernsprecher 33 (field telephone), while behind him the Panthers hit the dusts.

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“A German officer reporting the situation to Major Friedrich Quentin (center) of Kradschützen-Bataillon Panzer-Division, in a Sd. 250 during the summer of ”

historywars: “ Waffen SS officer playng guitar : Third “ Reich & Roll ” ” Totenpop Musik!

In the command post of III.Bataillon, SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 25 of the Hitlerjugend Division near Buron in Normandy, the men find a calm moment to enjoy a bit of music. The NCO playing the.

"Wespe" self-propelled howitzers of 2. Battalion, "Gross deutschland " Artillery Regiment, are rolling toward the battlefield during Operation Citadel, better known as the Battle of Kursk, July 1943. The battle evolved into the biggest clash between armored forces in history.

Wespe SPGs, "Gross deustchland" Artillery Regiment, are rolling toward the battlefield during Operation Citadel, Kursk, July 1943

9th SS PANZER DIVISION „Hohenstaufen“

Missing German Heer, Elite and Cold War unit decals in ground battle

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