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Winter clothed Germans on the Eastern Front. Cold weather clothing never came in sufficient quantities. Hundreds of thousands suffered or died because of this failure.

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The German Africa Corps (German: Deutsches Afrikakorps), or just the Afrika Korps, was the German expeditionary force in Libya and Tunisia during the North African Campaign of World War II.

Major Bernhard Jope (1914-1995), Kommodore Kampfgeschwader 100, Ritterkreuz 30.12.1940, Eichenlaub (431) 24.03.1944

Oberstleutnant Bernhard Jope May 1914 – 31 July bomber pilot. Knight's Cross on 30 December 1940 as Oberleutnant and pilot in the Oak Leaves on 24 March 1944 as als Major and Geschwaderkommodore of KG 100

Soldat

Soldat: Reflections of a German Soldier, Soldat Reflections of a German Soldier 1936 1949

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The Battle of Berlin, designated the Berlin Strategic Offensive Operation by the Soviet Union, was the final major offensive of the European Theatre of World War II.

Kapitänleutnant Günther Prien, returning to Germany after sinking HMS Royal Oak. The "Bull of Scapa Flow" would receive the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross for his actions, and U-47 would go on to sink 30 more ships and damage 8 more under his leadership, making it one of the most successful U-boats of the war. Like most U-boat crewmen of the Kriegsmarine, Prien and U-47 did not survive the war. They disappeared in March of 1941 off the coast of Iceland.

✠ Gunther Prien January 1908 – 7 March missing while attacking Convoy…

German troops with Panzerfausts February 1945. Credit: Bundesarchiv Bild 183-H28150.

German troops with Panzerfausts February Credit: Bundesarchiv Bild

German troops on the Eastern front, January 1944. The Nazis expected many more of them would soon make their final sacrifice.

German troops on the Eastern front, January The Nazis expected many more of them would soon make their final sacrifice.

Rommel observing the Atlantic Wall near Ouistreham Normandy France late May 1944. Photo: Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-300-1863-29 Speck.

Rommel observes the fall of shot at Riva-Bella, just north of Caen in the area that would become Sword Beach in Normandy

Raketenpanzerbüchse 43 (RKzb.43) « Panzerschreck »

An early Panzerschreck with all the silly junk the firer had to wear.

Johann Günther Lütjens (* 25. Mai 1889 in Wiesbaden; † 27. Mai 1941 im Nordatlantik (Position ♁48° 10′ N, 16° 12′ W)) war ein deutscher Marineoffizier. Als Admiral war er zuletzt Flottenchef und Befehlshaber der Schlachtschiffe der Kriegsmarine im Zweiten Weltkrieg.

Admiral Günther Lütjens Flottenchef, Admiral Commanding Torpedo Boats and Reconnaissance Forces

German Stuka dive bomber crew

Ju 87 'Stuka' dive bomber: formidable when there was no opposition. But in summer 1940 there was.

A British Crusader tank passes a burning German Pzkw Mk IV tank during Operation Crusader.

British Crusader tank passing a burning German Panzer IV tank in North Africa during Operation Crusader, 27 Nov 1941 Source Imperial War Museum

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