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Troops of the of the Westminster Regiment, 5th Canadian Armoured Brigade posing on a disabled Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer near Pontecorvo, Italy, 26 May 1944

[Photo] Troops of the of the Westminster Regiment, 5th Canadian Armoured Brigade posing on a disabled Hornisse/Nashorn tank destroyer near Pontecorvo, Italy, 26 May 1944

Soldiers of the Canadian Armored Brigade in the fighting compartment German ACS "Nashorn" lame antitank grenade outside Italian .

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Nashorn in Italy L/Cpl J. Thrasher, Westminster Regiment of the 5 Canadian Armoured Brigade, with PIAT gun and self-propelled 88 gun which he knocked out with it. 26 May Pontecorvo (vicinity), Italy.

Nashorn early 44.

A German "Rhino" anti- tank gun crew sits with fellow infantrymen for a quick meal.

SS MG34 crew during Operation Barbarossa 1941 The Maschinengewehr 34 was arguably the most advanced machine gun in the world at the time of its deployment. Its combination of exceptional mobility, being light enough to be carried by one man, and high rate of fire (of up to 900 rounds per minute) was unmatched. It entered service in great numbers, from 1936 onwards and was first combat tested by German troops aiding Franco's Nationalists in the Spanish civil war.

A Leibstandarte Division MG 34 team in action in Ukraine during Operation Barbarossa, using a tripod “Lafette with telescopic sight for long-range firing.

Wespe

This Wespe self propelled gun belonged to Panzer-Artillerie-Regiment 146 of Panzer Division 116 before it was knocked out by a tank of the US Armoured Division on August the 12 around 10 in the morning. Picture taken close to Mortrée.

British armored vehicle crewmen rest during the liberation of France

American armored vehicle crewmen rest during the liberation of France, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Compagnie Saharienne Portée de la Légion Etrangère, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Compagnie Saharienne Portée de la Légion Etrangère, pin by Paolo Marzioli

BAD JUJU from the past

German tanks of world war II(The top 2 heavy tank was never made), pin by Paolo Marzioli

8,8 cm Pa.K. 43/1 L/71 auf Geschützwagen III und IV „Nashorn früher Hornisse“ (Sd. Kfz. 164) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

8,8 cm Pa.K. 43/1 L/71 auf Geschützwagen III und IV „Nashorn früher Hornisse“ (Sd. Kfz. 164) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

German - Tiergarten Flak Bunkers – Consisted of Two Towers - The ”G” Tower was Seven Stories High (1 Basement and 6 Upper Levels) the “L” Tower a Smaller Building with the Sensory Equipment, Including Radar – Armament: 4 x 128mm FlaK 40 AA Guns Electronically Loaded and Fired at a Rate 24 Rounds per Minute and Various 20mm and 37mm AA Guns - There were 8 Complexes of Above Ground - Berlin had (3) Vienna had (3) and Hamburg had (2) - They also Served as Air-Raid Shelters (2)

An aerial view of the Zoo Flak Tower after heavy bombings by Allied planes

Highly decorated SS Tank commander "Christian Tychsen"

Bataillon / SS-Panzer-Regiment 2 / SS-Panzergrenadier-Division "Das Reich") en la torreta de un Panzerbefehlswagen III (tanque de mando III).

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