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German Grenadiers on Sturmgeschütz assault gun during the Battle of Kursk, July 1943.

German Grenadiers on Sturmgeschütz assault gun during the Battle of Kursk, July

Video clip of a machine gunner hip firing his MG 32 behind a StuG 3 during heavy fighting

This photo of Panzer IV and tired crew was taken in the area of Kursk in 1943.

Panzer IV Crew of SS-Panzerdivision “Das Reich” after heavy fighting

A soldier demonstrates the transitional MP 43/1 variant used to determine the suitability of the rifle for sniping purposes October 1943. The rifle is fitted with a ZF 4 telescopic sight. Credit: Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1979-118-55.

A soldier demonstrates the transitional MP 43/1 variant used to determine the suitability of the rifle for sniping purposes October 1943. The rifle is fitted with a ZF 4 telescopic sight. Credit: Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1979-118-55.

The Nashorn was a German dedicated tank destroyer in World War 2. It was a slow and heavy tank with an open top and could only carry 40 rounds but its advanced 88mm gun could destroy enemy tanks at great distance. It holds the record for distance destroying a Russian tank at 4600 meters. Only 473 were made but they were devastating in the hands of trained crews.

The Nashorn was a German dedicated tank destroyer in World War It was a slow…

A Pzkpfw-IV Ausf.G passes over an engineering bridge.

A Panzer IV Ausf. and other armour and transport vehicles crossing a German pontoon bridge over the Don River Soviet Union Summer 1942

Fotos inèditas Ejercito Nazi 2GM (MEGAPOST)

Fotos inèditas Ejercito Nazi 2GM (MEGAPOST)

enrique262:  Panzerkampfwagen V Panther.

Artwork of Armies — enrique262: Panzerkampfwagen V Panther.

Abandoned German tank, the Pz. V “Panther” of the tank battalion of the Panzer brigade. External damage to the tank is not visible, judging by the tow rope, it tried to tow in the rear.

Four 9./SS-PR.3 Totenkopf Tigers on the rail transport fel… | Flickr

Four Totenkopf Tiger 1 tanks on this rail transport fell into enemy hands on March 1944 just east of Balta.

Joe Rosenthal's Pulitzer Prize winning AP photo of the Feb. 23, 1945 flag raising on Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima, was originally misidentified by military sources. Originally identified, from left, in this vintage graphic: Pfc. Franklin R. Sousley; Pfc. Ira Hayes; Sgt. Michael Strank; Pharmacist's Mate 2nd Class John H. Bradley; Pfc. Rene A. Gagnon; Sgt. Henry O. Hansen. The Marine at far right was later correctly identified as Cpl. Harlon Block, not Sgt. Henry O. Hansen.

The men who raised the second flag over Iwo Jima. Taken on February by Joe Rosenthal. It depicts five United States Marines and a U. Navy corpsman raising the flag of the United States atop Mount Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II.

A Leibstandarte Division Tiger fires its main gun into enemy position to provide suppressive counter fire near Petrivka, Ukraine, March 1944. This was one of the new replacement tanks that were...

A Leibstandarte Division Tiger fires its main gun into enemy position to provide suppressive counter fire near Petrivka, Ukraine, March This was one of the new replacement tanks that were delivered in February and has a small black 2 on the.

Caught on camera in the thick of battle is Wiking Division Panzergrenadiere in Sd.Kfz. 251 armoured half-tracks storming an unidentified village between Bialystok and Brest-Litovsk, July 1944.

Caught on camera in the thick of battle is Wiking Division Panzergrenadiere in Sd. 251 armoured half-tracks storming an unidentified village between Bialystok and Brest-Litovsk, July

King Tiger tank nr. 222 operated with the schwere Panzer Abteilung 501 after the battalion was reformed in July 1944 when it was equipped with the new King Tiger variants

King Tiger tank number 222 of the schwere SS Panzer Abteilung Stavelot. during the Ardennes Offensive

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