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General Beyerlein Afrika Korps - D.A.K.

General Bayerlein being told what a DAK cap is worth 70 years later.

A German Afrika Korps soldier chauffeurs his commander in a Volkswagen Kübelwagen through the deserts of North Africa. 1942.

A German Afrika Korps soldier chauffeurs his commander in a Volkswagen Kübelwagen through the deserts of North Africa.

German Soldier in tropical uniform, Crimea-Ukraine, summer 1943 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

German Soldier in tropical uniform, Crimea-Ukraine, summer 1943 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

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German soldiers of the Afrika Korps man a flak cannon to ensure a strong defense of their position from British airplanes.

Leutnant der Flaktruppe Hans Dietrich Riesl (left) and Leutnant des Heeres Lucius Günther Schrivenbach in North Africa, 1941.

450 x 687 pixels - KB Hans Dietrich Riesl (left) and Lucius Günther Schrivenbach in Africa. Their last ranks is Oberst

SdKfz 10/4 DAK Afrika Korps

A soldier seated in his Ainti Aircraft gun position mounted to a Demag SdKfz while serving with the Afrika Korps.

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An Unteroffizier (NCO) from the Infantry Division receives instructions for some of the final attacks at Sevastopol, July By the end of the battle,German infantry platoons were usually being led by sergeants and excessive small unit.

German Afrika Korps veteran enjoying his pipe. Note the casually-worn Knight's Cross and the dog tag as well. North Africa, 1942. Individual identified as the later Lieutenant Colonel Georg Briel (1907-1980). By the time this photo was taken he served as commander of Heeres-Flak-Batallion 606.

Georg Briel (rank of Oberstleutnant) on the battlefield North Africa, a Knight’s Cross recipient of the Deutsches Afrikakorps.

Afrika Korps. Artillerie.

German artillery crew, North Africa pin by Paolo Marzioli

German soldier in Nordafrika. My colored picture.

A German Afrikakorps soldier moves positions with his Panzerbuechse anti-tank rifle.

1942 US Army in North Africa Original World War 2 WW2 Print Ad -An original vintage 1942 advertisement, not a reproduction -Measures approximately 10" x 13" to 11" x 14" -Ready for matting and framing

1942 US Army in North Africa Original World War 2 Print Ad -An original vintage 1942 advertisement, not a reproduction -Measures approximately x to x -Ready for matting and framing

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