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Photo after Axis Surrender in circa 10 May 1943.

Photo after Axis Surrender in circa 10 May

Fischer, Wolfgang 1888-1943 , Officer, (Lt. Gen.) , Germany's commander of the 10. armoured division in Tunesia (north africa) Dec./ Jan. 1942/43  - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Fischer, Wolfgang 1888-1943 , Officer, (Lt. Gen.) , Germany's commander of the 10. armoured division in Tunesia (north africa) Dec./ Jan. 1942/43 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

North Africa. 1942-43. Kübelwagen used by the US 57th Fighter Group. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

North Africa. 1942-43. Kübelwagen used by the US 57th Fighter Group. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

10th Panzer Division with lots of American vehicles captured from III/6th Armoured Infantry Regt. of 1st Armoured Division (USA) , all captured circa 20th February 43

Panzer Division with lots of American vehicles captured from Armoured Infantry Regt. of Armoured Division (USA) , all captured circa February 43

U.S.ARMY, TUNISIA 1942-43 - 1 Sergeant, bazooka gunner, 1st Infantry Division - 2 Private, 1st Infantry Division - 3 Sergeant of a tank unit, 1st Armoured Division

Army TUNISIA - 1 Sergeant, bazooka gunner, Infantry Division - 2 Private, Infantry Division - 3 Sergeant of a tank unit, Armoured Division

Tunisia 1942/43, sergeant of a tank unit, U.S. 1st Armored Division - pin by Paolo Marzioli

US Army - Tank Unit Sergeant, Armoured Division - Tunisia

Tunisia ‘43

Tunisia ‘43

View of the explosion of an abandoned armored German vehicle, detonated by US Army Coprs of Engineers soldiers, during military operations in the El Guettar Valley, Tunisia, early 1943. A similarly abandoned German Panzer tank in the foreground. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

View of the explosion of an abandoned armored German vehicle, detonated by US Army Coprs of Engineers soldiers, during military operations in the El Guettar Valley, Tunisia, early 1943. A similarly abandoned German Panzer tank in the foreground. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Afrika Korps (DAK) Unteroffizier in Tunisia '42/43

DAK / Afrikakorps soldier caught by a camera going about his business

Ww2, Africa

General Erwin Rommel

Erwin Johannes Eugen Rommel November 1891 – 14 October popularly known as the Desert Fox (Wüstenfuchs), was a German Field Marshal of World War II. He won the respect of both his own troops and the enemies he fought.

XI Flieger Film Korps photographer Erwin Seeger posing in the nose of a Heinkel-111 which was towing a Gotha Go-242 transport glider between Sicily and Tunisia. c.1942/43 (Source: Ecpad) (Colourised by Doug)

WW2 Colourised Images 2

Erwin Seeger, a fallschirmjäger kriegsberichter (XI.Flieger-Korps), posing on the bomber seat of an Heinkel The plane is flying a transfer flight from Sicily to Tunisia, carrying Gotha gliders.

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