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Pz.IV. Ausf.G (Trop) - 1./Pz.Abt. z.b.V.66 - 'Operation He… | Flickr

Pz.IV. Ausf.G (Trop) - 1./Pz.Abt. z.b.V.66 - 'Operation He… | Flickr

A SdKfz 161/1 Panzer 4 Ausf G with the 7.5cm KwK L/43 gun

A SdKfz 161/1 Panzer 4 Ausf G with the 7.5cm KwK L/43 gun

Explore Coloured back to life's photos on Flickr. Coloured back to life has uploaded 128 photos to Flickr.

Explore Coloured back to life's photos on Flickr. Coloured back to life has uploaded 128 photos to Flickr.

Panzer IV N° 536 commanded by Willi Krestschmer of the 12t… | Flickr

Panzer IV N° 536 commanded by Willi Krestschmer of the 12t… | Flickr

Soldier WW2

Soldier WW2

WW2 HELMET SIDE - Google Search

WW2 HELMET SIDE - Google Search

August Sander | Soldier, c 1940

August Sander | Soldier, c 1940

Tiger I of late production, belonging to s.SS.PzAbt.101, destroyed in Normandy, 1944.

Tiger I of late production, belonging to s.SS.PzAbt.101, destroyed in Normandy, 1944.

Panzer IV German Panzerkampfwagen IV tank hiding in an ambush position ,The Panzerkampfwagen IV (Pz.Kpfw. IV), commonly known as the Panzer IV, was a medium tank developed in Nazi Germany in the late 1930s and used extensively during the Second World War.

Panzer IV German Panzerkampfwagen IV tank hiding in an ambush position ,The Panzerkampfwagen IV (Pz.Kpfw. IV), commonly known as the Panzer IV, was a medium tank developed in Nazi Germany in the late 1930s and used extensively during the Second World War.

Hugo Boss started his clothing company in 1924 in Metzingen. His company was supplier for Nazi uniforms since 1924. Hugo Boss was one of the firms contracted by the Nazis to design the black SS uniforms along with the brown SA shirts, and the Hitler Youth uniforms./ That's interesting..

Hugo Boss started his clothing company in 1924 in Metzingen. His company was supplier for Nazi uniforms since 1924. Hugo Boss was one of the firms contracted by the Nazis to design the black SS uniforms along with the brown SA shirts, and the Hitler Youth uniforms./ That's interesting..