Günther Viezenz (1 February 1921 – 14 January 1999) was a highly decorated German Hauptmann in the Wehrmacht. Vienzez was born in Göhlenau (Golińsk), Province of Lower Silesia Viezenz is the record-holder of the Tank Destruction Badge. He single handedly destroyed 21 enemy tanks with hand held explosives such as a panzerfaust, satchel charge or hand grenade. He was awarded four Tank Destruction Badges in Gold and one in Silver. After World War II Viezenz joined the Bundeswehr on April 1…
SS-Standartenführer Johannes-Rudolf Mühlenkamp, the commander of the Wiking Division’s Panzer Regiment and from 12 August 1944 the commander of the Division, photographed in the summer of 1944, east of Warsaw. While serving as commander of the Wiking Division, on 21 September 1944 he was awarded the Oak Leaves to the Knight’s Cross. Note the "Dracula" smile.
Lamar Smith was a 63-year-old black farmer and a World War I veteran. He was also a member of the Regional Counsel of Negro Leadership and a voting rights activist. Smith was born in 1892 but very little is known about his childhood. Smith voted and he worked hard to help get other blacks out …Never Forget Civil Rights Martyr Lamar Smith's Story
A great poster of the Tanks and armored vehicles used by both the Allies and the Axis Powers during WWII! Perfect for history classrooms. Fully licensed. Ships fast. 24x36 inches. Check out the rest o More