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Men from the 5th SS 'Wiking' Division frantically load 88 mm armor piercing shells onto a Tiger tank during the Batle of Kursk. July 1943.

Tanks of the SS division “Viking” (SS-Panzergrenadier-Division “Wiking”) load 88 mm armor-piercing-tracer rounds Panzergranate fES in the Pz.VI “Tiger” during the battle.

"Exercicios de bengala e de pau".  Ilustraciones de la obra :  Lello universal em 2 volumes : novo diccionário encyclopédico luso-brasileiro / organizado e publicado pela Livraria Lello sob a direcçao de Joao Grave e Coelho Netto. - Porto : Lello & Irmao, [1940?]

"Exercicios de bengala e de pau". Ilustraciones de la obra : Lello universal em 2 volumes : novo diccionário encyclopédico luso-brasileiro / organizado e publicado pela Livraria Lello sob a direcçao de Joao Grave e Coelho Netto. - Porto : Lello & Irmao, [1940?]

A knocked-out German PzKpfw IV Ausf H tank of 21st Panzer Division in a hull-down position, 13 July 1944

A knocked-out German PzKpfw IV tank in a hull-down position, 13 July

German soldier.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 117

A “mentally unstable, violent fanatic” – The Horrific War Record of Oskar Dirlewanger

Strafbattalions: Hitler's "Dirty Dozen" were German infantry units made up crooks, thugs and the criminally insane. All hand picked to carry out a terror campaign in Eastern Europe,

Waffen SS Colonel Max Wunsche, commander of the 12th SS Regiment of the Hitlerjugend Division (bandaged head) with men of the 25th regiment of the SS at Po (village in France) on June 9, 1944. Partly seen on the right side of the image is Rudolf, son of German foreign minister von Ribbentrop.

France, Rots, Le "SS-Obersturmbannführer" Max Wünsche de dos et le "SS-Hauptsturmführer" Rudolf von Ribbentrop (extrême droite) avec.

Officers of the 1st SS Division "Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler" Sturmbannführer Josef Diefenthal and Sturmbannführer Gustav Knittel look at the prisoners, 3rd Battalion, 119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division of the American in a street at the Belgian town of Stoumont. Ardennes, December 16, 1944.

Waffen SS Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler Division Josef Diefenthal look at American POW December 16 1944

SS-Sturmbannführer Gustav Knittel, commander of SS-Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 1 of the Leibstandarte Division, photographed confering with his men during Operation Zitadelle in July 1943.

The history of the Waffen-SS written by an expert on the SS organization and the German Army in.

Grenadiere von der Waffen SS

Faces of war: Leibstandarte soldiers during Operation Zitadelle in July 1943

...Germany 1943...Pzkpfw VI Tiger tanks at the factory...

Photo of the spindles attached to the torsion bar suspension during factory assembly on chassis of King Tiger tanks.

Panzer VI Tiger code S33 of Schwere Panzerkompanie SS-Panzer Regiment 2 Das Reich

Panzer VI Tiger code of Schwere Panzerkompanie SS-Panzer Regiment 2 Das…