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This is a nice reproduction of an original photograph showing German troops and armor on the Russian front. Several of the troops are carrying mortar tubes and mounts.Size is about x German Troops Russian Front.

STALINGRAD, inside the tractor factory

German troops pass through a wrecked generating station in the factory district of Stalingrad, on December (AP Photo)

German grenadiers equipped with the StG 44 (Sturmgewehr 1944 - “assault rifle 1944″), considered the first modern assault rifle, use trees as cover. Ardennes Forest, Luxembourg. 22nd of December 1944.

German troops fighting in the Ardennes during the Battle of the Bulge. December, 1944 [[MORE]]Jagdgeschwader:Note the German soldier in the foreground is equipped with the Heer’s new the world’s first assault rifle.

'Operation Barbarossa' 1941

World War Two Black and White photos that are researched and colourised in detail by 'Doug Banks' using Photoshop software on an iMac computer.

Original photos of the SS-DIVISION "TOTENKOPF"

Soldiers of the SS “Totenkopf” division directing traffic, France 1940 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Polish Calvary vs a German invader September 1939

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.

Flammenwerfer

german soldier with a flammenwerfer or fmw the standard issue flamethrower during the early phase of the had a capacity of 3 us gallons and could project its burning fuel out to 25 meters. a lighter version, began replacing the 35 in

Nette Gastgeber:  "Diese Männer einer Flakbatterie im Donbogen brauchen sich...

Many Ukrainians welcomed German troops as liberators. German soldiers were…

Eisbären, Schattenmänner und Blackfacing: Wenn gruselige Fotos eine Geschichte erzählen

Eisbären, Schattenmänner und Blackfacing: Wenn gruselige Fotos eine Geschichte erzählen

ffactory: “The mysterious German fad for posing with a polar bear imitator ”

An exhausted Rommel in a photo said to have been taken shortly before El Alamein, possibly end of June/early July 1942. The now Generalfeldmarschall was at the gates of Egypt, but like himself, his forces were hanging by a thread. Egypt was, and would remain beyond his grasp. Despite the best efforts of his devoted orderly, Günther, during the North African campaign Rommel often showed a complete disregard for his health, repeatedly driving himself into a state of near exhaustion. Due to a…

An exhausted Rommel in a photo said to have been taken shortly before El Alamein, possibly end of June/early July

The history of the Waffen-SS written by an expert on the SS organization and the German Army in...

The history of the Waffen-SS written by an expert on the SS organization and the German Army in WWII.

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