A German Fallschirmjäger poses with his early model FG 42 (Ausführung "C") in France, 1944.
The German Model Kar 98k Mauser Carbine is a modified, shortened version of the WWI Gewehr 98 rifle, the Mauser turn-bolt action, developed by Paul Mauser in 1898. The Kar 98k (98k) was adopted for use by the German Wehrmacht in 1935. It was the primary German infantry rifle in WW II, and was noted for its excellent accuracy.
German paratroopers firing a small mortar. France June 1944
The massive German 203mm railway gun. The shell went up 40 miles into the sky before it fell back onto its target
German Fallschirmjäger ( Paratrooper). Unknown location. Italy 1944, pin by Paolo Marzioli