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German gunners manning a Panzerabwehrkanone 7,5cm Pak 40 ( anti-tank cannon). North France October 1943

German gunners manning a Panzerabwehrkanone 7,5cm Pak 40 ( anti-tank cannon). North France October 1943

20 Rare Historical Photos That Will Leave You Stunned

20 Rare Historical Photos That Will Leave You Stunned

Gunners of Afrikakorps (DAK- Deutsches AfrikaKorps ) make fire with a heavy howitzer-cannon “17cm Kanone 18 in Mörserlafette” in North Africa in 1941.

Gunners of Afrikakorps (DAK- Deutsches AfrikaKorps ) make fire with a heavy howitzer-cannon “17cm Kanone 18 in Mörserlafette” in North Africa in 1941.

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This photo album was compiled by SS-Kriegsberichter Friedrich Zschäckel . They were taken during the Invasion of France in 1940, and feature troops from the SS-VT Division. We hope you enjoy these...

This photo album was compiled by SS-Kriegsberichter Friedrich Zschäckel . They were taken during the Invasion of France in 1940, and feature troops from the SS-VT Division. We hope you enjoy these...

World War 1, 1914. Christmas in German trenches.

World War 1, 1914. Christmas in German trenches.

A column of Panzer IV tanks, with soldiers at briefing behind a lead tank, using it as cover.

A column of Panzer IV tanks, with soldiers at briefing behind a lead tank, using it as cover.

Gunner Wehrmacht (German army WW2) with MG-34 machine gun with optical sight MGZ.34. MGZ.34 view is for shooting at a distance of up to 2500 m, and the line closed position (3000 m) and indirect (up to 3500 m) fire.

Gunner Wehrmacht (German army WW2) with MG-34 machine gun with optical sight MGZ.34. MGZ.34 view is for shooting at a distance of up to 2500 m, and the line closed position (3000 m) and indirect (up to 3500 m) fire.

Members of the Wehrmacht Flak Corps smile for the photographer sitting astride their AA cannon. The armor plate protecting the crew bears the marks of enemy planes shot down. The Flak Corps was a Luftwaffe formation giving AA support to mainly ground formations. Toward the end of the war, many Flak crews ended up fighting as anti-tankers and, even, line infantry.

Members of the Wehrmacht Flak Corps smile for the photographer sitting astride their AA cannon. The armor plate protecting the crew bears the marks of enemy planes shot down. The Flak Corps was a Luftwaffe formation giving AA support to mainly ground formations. Toward the end of the war, many Flak crews ended up fighting as anti-tankers and, even, line infantry.

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