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1943 VW Schwimmwagen. 4 wheel drive amphibious with rear propeller. This vehicle was manufactured by Porsche for the German Army during World War 2!

1943 VW Schwimmwagen 4 wheel drive amphibious with rear propeller was manufactured by Porsche

Schwimmwagen | File:Volkswagen Type 166 'Schwimmwagen' pic3.JPG - Wikimedia Commons

Schwimmwagen | File:Volkswagen Type 166 'Schwimmwagen' pic3.JPG - Wikimedia Commons

A black and white photo of a restored VW Type 166 Schwimmwagen

Type 166 VW “Schwimmwagen” was an amphibious vehicle used extensively by the German Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS during the Second World War. All Schwimmwagens were also four wheel drive.

A German Kübelwagen used by men of the US 1st Infantry Division in Enna, Sicily, sometime soon after July 21, 1943

A German Kübelwagen used by men of the US Infantry Division in Enna, Sicily, sometime soon after July 1943 (Possibly from the Infantry Regiment) By 14 July pin by Paolo Marzioli

Schwimmwagen 1944 typ 166 mis en vente en Novembre 2007 adjugé à 68000€

Schwimmwagen 1944 typ 166 mis en vente en Novembre 2007 adjugé à 68000€

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The VW-Schwimmwagen (Porsche Type 128 and Type was an amphibious vehicle used extensively by the German Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS during the Second World War.

Rheinmetall und MAN haben den VW Amarok für den militärischen Einsatz fit gemacht. Mit Maschinengewehr auf dem Dach spielt der Pick-up ganz bewusst den fiesen Schurken.

VW Amarok M (Militär)

Rheinmetall und MAN haben den VW Amarok für den militärischen Einsatz fit gemacht. Mit Maschinengewehr auf dem Dach spielt der Pick-up ganz bewusst den fiesen Schurken.

Restored and running VW Kubelwagen Picture taken at the Militracks 2011 Event in Overloon the Netherlands

Restored and running VW Kubelwagen Picture taken at the Militracks 2011 Event in Overloon the Netherlands

It's good to know where you're standing..

Amazing History Channel "Know Where You Stand" campaign by Seth Taras - Hindenburg at Lakehurst, New Jersey 1937 / D-Day at Normandy Beach 1944 / Berlin Wall at the Brandenburg Gate 1989 / Hitler at the Eiffel Tower, Paris 1940 / 2004

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