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El " Goliat " . Era un vehículo de demolición de ingeniería alemana con mando a distancia. Empleado por la Wehrmacht durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial este vehículo oruga lleva 75 a 100 kilogramos ( 170-220 libras ) de explosivos de gran potencia y fue destinado a ser utilizado para múltiples fines, tales como la destrucción de tanques, lo que altera densas formaciones de infantería , y la demolición de edificios y puentes. foto 1944

A German soldier in front of the railway wagon in which the armistice of 1918 was signed in the Forest of Compiegne. The wagon was brought back from its museum to the place where the 1918 armistice was signed, to end the fighting in the West.

German "Elefant" tank destroyers on the assembly line. These were a Schwerer Panzerjäger ("heavy tank-hunter") of the Wehrmacht during World War II, built in small numbers in 1943 under the name "Ferdinand" after its designer, Ferdinand Porsche, using tank hulls that had been produced for the Tiger I tank requirement, but which were rejected in favor of the competing Henschel design.

Heinkel He-162. The best of the late war German jet aircraft.

British troops captured German Nebelwerfer rocket launchers Tunisia 7 May 1943.

Heinkel He 111 H-18 with FuG 200 Hohentwiel radar and torpedos 1943

A French Panhard armoured car, captured by the Germans and adapted to operate on railway lines in the East.

WE MUST NOT FORGET! ...A survivor and a victim of the Erla Work Camp—Work Camp #3 of the Buchenwald complex—near Magdelburg, Germany. Amazing pic!

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Le Dézert

Pfc Joseph E. Day holds a puppy named "Invasion" in a German helmet, Le Dezert, France, 1944