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German SdKfz. 6 half-track vehicle towing a howitzer and carrying troops in Poland, Sep 1939

6 half-track vehicle towing a howitzer and carrying troops in Poland, Sep 1939

21cm Nebelwerfer 42 (21cm NbW 42), 1944

10 with Nebelwerfer 42 during the retreat from Orsha. Early July 1944 [By Bundesarchiv, Bild / Noack / CC-BY-SA

Braterstwo broni - niemieccy żołnierze i radzieccy czołgiści podczas rozmowy na Placu Litewskim.

Braterstwo broni - niemieccy żołnierze i radzieccy czołgiści podczas rozmowy na Placu Litewskim.

September 1939.German invasion of Poland.

German and Soviet soldiers meeting in occupied Poland, September

8.8 cm Flak 18 (Sfl.) auf Zugkraftwagen 18t (Sd.Kfz. 9) – variant with 88mm Flak gun for anti-tank duties.

A Famo SdKzf 9 heavy 18 ton halftrack variant with Flak gun for anti aircraft gun

Heinz Guderian during the Western campaign

German General Heinz Guderian (in SdKfz. halftrack vehicle) speaking with General Adolf Kuntzen of Panzer Division, France, May 1940 Photographer Erich Borchert Source German Federal Archive

Sd.Kfz. 6/2

German half-tracks turned into self-propelled anti-aircraft guns, using either the cm Flak AA autocannon, or the smaller 2 cm Flak 38 autocannon, the predecessors of the Flakpanzer.

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