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A knocked out Tiger tank in France. On the rear painted in white are two SS Siegrunes.

A knocked out Tiger tank in France. On the rear painted in white are two SS Siegrunes.

Several SdKfz 8 heavy halftracks passing through a damaged city devoid of people

An interesting photo: two in Soviet service. It is possible that these two trucks were initially captured at Stalingrad; the words on the hood read "Сталинград - Берлин" (Stalingrad -Berlin).

Two stunning footages of the German 88 mm Flak | World War II Social Place

Two stunning footage`s of the German 88 mm Flak ( Click Photo )

Berlin,1945

Berlin May 1945 - Nazi anti aircraft piece lies useless near the German Parliament building

Fallschirmjaeger( German Paratroopers)                      Ardennes Dec.16th-Jan,25 ,1945, Belgium WWII

German Paratroopers inspecting a captured American "Tommy Gun", Ardennes, Belgium, December,

https://flic.kr/p/fDLksU | 8,8 cm schwere Fliegerabwehrkanone 18 (8,8 cm FlaK 18 L/56) | Batterie FlaK de La Fouresta à Marseille en août 1944 : une pièce de 88 mm rendue inutilisable par les troupes allemandes au sein de cette position maintenant occupée par des tirailleurs Algériens de l'Armée B.  On notera les mêmes rondins de bois disposés sur le son compensateur de recul au sommet de l'arme que sur la photographie précédente, cette pièce cruciale pour le fonctionnement du « 88 » étant…

August Provence, South-East France, surroundings of Marseille. French soldiers of Army B occupy a german artillery position.

Ardennes 1945

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Machine gun and its SS gunner in action

German machine gunner shooting a MG Date and location unknown. His facial expression tells the story.

The surrender of the German Panzer brigade “Norway” to the British in Trandum,Norway in may 1945, Tanks of the Pz.Kpfw. III. Brigade as an independent unit did not participate in the fighting during the war.

The surrender of the German Panzer brigade “Norway” to the British in Trandum,Norway in may Tanks of the Pz. Brigade as an independent unit did not participate in the fighting during the war.

Both sides suffered horrendous losses in the savage fighting for Stalingrad. A price the Wehrmacht was not fully prepared to pay. Stalingrad, Soviet Union, 1942

German infantry, caught in the ruins of Stalingrad, fight an unwinnable battle. Note the platoon machine gunner with the - September 1942

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