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A Panzer III exploding near El Alamein on 5 October 1942.

A Panzer III exploding near El Alamein on 5 October

World War II. Front of North Africa. German Panzer III tanks near Derna (Libya), February 1942. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

World War II. Front of North Africa. German Panzer III tanks near Derna (Libya), February Pin by Paolo Marzioli

German World War 2 Colour Afrika Korps Commanding Panzer III Tank

PzKpfw III medium tank in North Africa, circa note spare wheels and treads mounted in front of the hull

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Destroyed German Panzer IV tanks at Lanuvio, Italy ~ Could have been CRUSHED by the

The commander of a Panzer III Ausf H of Stab (HQ) Panzer Regiment 8, 15th Panzer Division, Deutsches Afrika Korps scans the horizon with his binoculars. Libya, North Africa. September 1942.

The commander of a Panzer III Ausf H of Stab (HQ) Panzer Regiment Panzer Division, Deutsches Afrika Korps scans the horizon with his binoculars. September Pin by Paolo Marzioli

British troops capturing a DAK tank in Africa - At the second battle of El Alamein.German panzer crew give up the fight in Afrika

British troops capturing a DAK tank in Africa - At the second battle of El Alamein. German surrendering is British soldier!

Fallschirmjäger were established in 1938. They had to train hard. If you was a NCOs, officer or other rank of the Luftwaffe you had to successfully complete six jumps in order to receive the Luftwaffe Parachutist's Badge. Nevertheless, during World War II, the Fallschirmjäger were seldom used as parachutists. The Fallschirmjäger were famous for their willingness to give every effort unwaveringly even in the grimmest of situations. Instead, they were prized for their combat abilities and f...

Walkaround a Unbelievable German Tiger Tank Replica on Battlefield

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