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Wehrmacht

Wehrmacht

Waffen SS MG 34 team in France, 1940.

Waffen SS MG 34 team in France, 1940.

Panthers from The Hermann Göring Panzer Division on the move to the frontlines of Anzio

Panthers from The Hermann Göring Panzer Division on the move to the frontlines of Anzio

Crimea, 1942: Two German grenadiers (the one on the right, a sergeant) armed with the MP-38 SMG photographed shortly after receiving the Iron Cross 2nd Class for bravery. The medal can be seen hanging from a buttonhole on the sergeant's tunic and similarly for the other grenadier.

Crimea, 1942: Two German grenadiers (the one on the right, a sergeant) armed with the MP-38 SMG photographed shortly after receiving the Iron Cross 2nd Class for bravery. The medal can be seen hanging from a buttonhole on the sergeant's tunic and similarly for the other grenadier.

Waffen-SS

Waffen-SS

The machine-gunners U.S. Marine Corps during the fighting on the island of Peleliu

The machine-gunners U.S. Marine Corps during the fighting on the island of Peleliu

A German Tiger tank's tracks blown completely off as the tank was destroyed!!

A German Tiger tank's tracks blown completely off as the tank was destroyed!!

A motorcycle messenger reports to the crew of an Sd.Kfz. 250/5 Recon Platoon of the Nordland Division. This photograph was taken in July 1944 when the Soviets threw a series of massive tank attacks against the Narva bridgehead. Nordland Division with Estonian and Dutch Division put up furious resistance. In one battle, for example, they knocked out more than 100 T-34s that charged their lines.

A motorcycle messenger reports to the crew of an Sd.Kfz. 250/5 Recon Platoon of the Nordland Division. This photograph was taken in July 1944 when the Soviets threw a series of massive tank attacks against the Narva bridgehead. Nordland Division with Estonian and Dutch Division put up furious resistance. In one battle, for example, they knocked out more than 100 T-34s that charged their lines.

Russland, Fallschirmjäger mit MG und Munitionsgurt                                                                                                                                                                                 Mehr                                                                                                                                                                                 Mehr

Russland, Fallschirmjäger mit MG und Munitionsgurt Mehr Mehr

General Alfred Jodl, Chief of the Operations Staff in the German High Command, signs the document of unconditional German surrender at General Eisenhower's Headquarters in Reims, France, May 7, 1945. On Jodl's left is Admiral Von Friedeburg of the German Navy, and on his right is Major Wilhelm Oxenius of the German General Staff.

General Alfred Jodl, Chief of the Operations Staff in the German High Command, signs the document of unconditional German surrender at General Eisenhower's Headquarters in Reims, France, May 7, 1945. On Jodl's left is Admiral Von Friedeburg of the German Navy, and on his right is Major Wilhelm Oxenius of the German General Staff.

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