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THE HOME GUARD 1939-1945

"No seriously sir, you really should get out of bed now, what if the CO saw this palava" Human powered ambulance

Fusiliers Marins. WWI era. Going to war? Catch a bike!

Fusiliers Marins. WWI era. Going to war? Catch a bike!

MCS "Forest Hill" crew host WRENS at a dinner on the ship, Toronto, c. 1942. WW2

MCS "Forest Hill" crew host WRENS at a dinner on the ship, 1942 vintage everyday: Cycling in Toronto

Serious Pedal Power setup #bicycles #bicycle #bikes

Forgotten Weapon: The Maxim Dual-Gun Tandem Tricycle

Radfahrer from 8. Landsturm Infanterie Bataillon 'Münster' (VII. 70), Antwerp 1916

Radfahrer from Landsturm Infanterie Bataillon 'Münster' (VII.

Un "Unteroffizier" allemand à vélo (Truppenfahrrad) avec son barda complet

German Uniforms, Military Photos, German Army, Heavy Metal, Ww2, Armored Vehicles, Hidden Face, Krieg, Bicycle

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Rare Color Photographs from the Trenches of World War I

French officers of the Infantry Regiment pose in the ruins after a German attack at the Chemin des Dames near Reims in They have a bicycle and the flag of the Infantry Regiment. The region was one of the worst battle grounds on the.

Hitler Youths on bicycles with publicity signs saying "Are you a German boy?" and "Come into our Jungvolk!"

The 1933 Greater German Youth Camp in Grunewald--still includes many non-Nazi holdouts. Below: Hitler Youths on bicycles with publicity signs saying "Are you a German boy?" and "Come into our Jungvolk!

Canadian troops repairing rifles and a bicycle on Salisbury Plain on, preparing to go to war, 27 September 1914

Canadian troops repairing rifles and a bicycle on Salisbury Plain on, preparing to go to war, 27 September 1914

A German soldier loading up his gear onto a bicycle. As the war dragged on, horses & bicycles were used more & more by the Axis powers as fuel ran scarce.

Radfahrzug (bicycle equipped infantry) of a Volksgrenadier division 1944.

Radfahrzug (bicycle equipped infantry) of a Volksgrenadier division

Nice detail in this picture. Here we have a german soldier with a Truppenfahrrad. In this can see he is equipped with a K98 & 2 M24 stick grenades. Also in this shot you can see he has a bakelite covered canteen (coconut feldflasche) often referred to as the “Tropical” canteen draped over the issue breadbag. He has camouflaged his helmet with some foliage. This picture was taken in mid 1944 and is a great uniform & equipment study.

A German infantryman with a bicycle in France June Bicycle troops were actually a reality with British Commandos utilizing a Bicycle Company during the invasion. The German's also did the same.

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