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Begegnung mit Hermann Göring; v. r. n. l.: Friedrich-August Freiherr von der Heydte, Walter Gericke, Ludwig Heilmann, Edgar Stentzler (salutierend), Richard Heidrich und Alfred Sturm

Begegnung mit Hermann Göring; v. r. n. l.: Friedrich-August Freiherr von der Heydte, Walter Gericke, Ludwig Heilmann, Edgar Stentzler (salutierend), Richard Heidrich und Alfred Sturm

German Fallschirmjäger Feldgendarmerie paratroopers review battle plans with their commanding officer. France, 1944.

German Fallschirmjäger Feldgendarmerie paratroopers review battle plans with their commanding officer. France, 1944.

Fallschirmjägers.

The German Paratroopers or Fallschirmjäger were perceived as the elite infantry units of the German military and became known as the "green devils" by the

Positions of the Fallschirmjäger-Regiment paratroopers. 11 in the Ardea sector (north of Anzio and Nettuno). Date: February-March 1944. Date: February-March 1944 Place: Areda, Italy. Photographer: Haas, Ernst (Kriegsberichterzug XI.Flieger-Korps)

Positions of the Fallschirmjäger-Regiment paratroopers. 11 in the Ardea sector (north of Anzio and Nettuno). Date: February-March Date: February-March 1944 Place: Areda, Italy.

After being lost in the jungle of northern Burma for 45 days, a wounded and fatigued American pilot is carried to safety. Detachment 101 regularly assisted in the rescue of Allied airmen who had crashed or been shot down in the skies over Burma.

A group of paratroopers from Fallschirmjäger.Regiment.3 retreats to new defensive positions.(Italy)

A group of paratroopers from Fallschirmjäger.Regiment.3 retreats to new defensive positions.(Italy)

Major Martin Schächter -- RK: 12-5-40 Führer Sturmgruppe "Eisen" in der Fallschirmjäger Sturmabteilung "Koch" - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Major Martin Schächter -- RK: 12-5-40 Führer Sturmgruppe "Eisen" in der Fallschirmjäger Sturmabteilung "Koch" - pin by Paolo Marzioli

German paratroopers who took part in the capture of the Belgian fort Eben-Emael, after returning to the place of permanent deployment in Cologne. Left to right: Edmund Schmidt (Edmund Schmidt, 4th squad), Gerhard Becker (Gerhard Becker, 5th squad), Franz Janowski (Franz Jannowski, 5th Squad), Carl Polzin (4 Detachment), William Stookey (Wilhelm Stucke, 1st Squad), Harm Mulder (Harm Mülder, 7 Detachment), Elman William (Wilhelm Ölmann, 2nd squad), Peter zirvesi (Peter Zirwes, 6 Detachment).

German paratroopers after the Battle of Fort Eben-Emael, where the Nazi forces were successful in seizing the fort from its Belgian defenders in a decisive battle in which German airborne troops landed on top of the fort via gliders and secured.

Fallschirmjäger pausiert auf Munitionskiste in Tunesien, 1942. (Angehöriger des Fallschirmjäger-Regiments 5 ?)

One of the Fallschirmjager from the previous photo, resting on MaschinenGewehr (Machine Gun ) ammo boxes. Most likely he is the replacement Machine Gun assistan t in his squad. Pin by old Paolo Poop Stain Marzioli

https://flic.kr/p/fEaGva | 1941, Crête, Un para allemand (Fallschirmjäger) aide un camarde blessé assis sur un âne

1941 Crest, German paratrooper helps an injured camarde who is sitting on a donkey

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