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German troops of Großdeutschland Division firing a 2.8 cm sPzB 41 anti-tank gun aboard a SdKfz. 250/10 half-track vehicle on the northern Eastern Front, 23 Sep 1943 Photographer Bauer Source German Federal Archive Identification Code Bild 101I-732-0111-15A Added By C. Peter Chen

Sd Kfz of the 'Grossdeutschland' division, East front, September, 1943

German soldiers firing PaK 7.5 cm anti-tank canon

German cm PaK 40 gun and crew in Northern France, Oct note rifle Photographer Schwoon Source German Federal Archive Identification Code Bild Added By C.

Battle of Kursk, July-August 1943: Panzer grenadiers ride on a Sturmgeschütz (assault gun) of the Grossdeutschland division while being deployed in fighting in the Belgorod-Orel sector. Photo by Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst (the General German intelligence service).

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

Waffen SS " Wiking " Division officer`s on a Sd.Kfz. 251 - in Eastern Poland - July 1944

Wiking Division officers fire an MG 42 machine gun mounted on a Sd. 251 command vehicle during a possible firefight with Soviets in Eastern Poland, July

Men of the Grossdeutschland division, Eastern front

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Troops of the 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment leap from their Universal carrier during an exercise near Newry in Northern Ireland, 26th April 1941

Troops of the Monmouthshire Regiment leap from their Universal carrier during an exercise near Newry in Northern Ireland, April 1941

kruegerwaffen: “Panzerjäger Bren from the Panzerjäger-Kompangie of Panzer-Abteilung 103 on April 1st, 1944. ”

kruegerwaffen: “Panzerjäger Bren from the Panzerjäger-Kompangie of Panzer-Abteilung 103 on April 1st, 1944. ”

"Yank and Tank: The Battle of Egypt Beckoned", on the cover of Newsweek (September 14, 1942). Note the M1928 Thompson submachine gun with a 50-round drum magazine.

"Yank and Tank: The Battle of Egypt Beckoned", on the cover of Newsweek (September Note the Thompson submachine gun with a drum magazine.

German and Romanian gunners firing from anti-tank gun PaK 40 during fighting in the Soviet-Romanian border

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Panzer I was a light tank produced in Germany in the 1930s. Panzerkampfwagen I "armored fighting vehicle mark I". 2 × 7.92 mm MG13 machine guns.

Long before the massive Tiger and Panthers rolled into battle, Nazi Germany's entire armored forces relied on this vehicle, the Panzerkampfwagen I, or P. Panzer I Ausf.

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