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Re-enacted machine gun crew of Sonderverband 288 in the region of Mersa Matruh, Libya, June 1942 from The book "Afrikakorps, Tropicke stejnokroje memecke Armady by Jacques Scipion and Yves Bastien.

German soldiers of the Afrika Korps man a flak cannon to ensure a strong defense of their position from British airplanes. Tunisia, 1942.

German soldiers of the Afrika Korps man a flak cannon to ensure a strong defense of their position from British airplanes.

German machine-gunner in all the splendor of logistics Wehrmacht: excellent shape, shiny helmet, MG-34 machine gun with optical sight MGZ.34. Staged photo, but the view of the German forces on the equipment provides. MGZ.34 sight is for shooting at a distance of up to 2500 m, and from the closed position line (3000 m) and indirect (up to 3500 m) fire. Time taken: June 1944

German machine gunner aiming a MG 34 with optical sight. Date and location unknown.

S018172 WAFFEN-SS FIRST PATTERN TROPICAL PITH HELMET. (Tropenhelm)  BACKGROUND: Originally tropical uniforms, headgear and equipment were first developed and introduced in late 1940 and early 1941 for wear by DAK, Deutsches Afrika Korps, (German Africa Corps), army personnel serving in North Africa. As the Waffen-SS were not engaged in North Africa they were not originally included in the issue of tropical items. Regulations issued in early 1941 actually prohibited Waffen-SS personnel from…

Waffen-SS first pattern tropical pith helmet, late 1940 and early 1941 for wear by, German Africa Corps (Tropenhelm)

AGM MG42 Full Metal AEG Fire Support Machine Gun

Features: Pressed Steel Receiver Full Metal Barrel Assembly Wood Stock - detachable as real version Full Metal Steel Bushing Custom Gearbox - internals Steel Folding Bipod - folds against heat shield Textured Imitation Wood Pistol Grips Adjustab

Armas

is a Mauser general purpose machine gun manufactured by Mauser-Werke, Steyr-Daimler-Puch & Gustloff Werke. Used extensively by Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe & Waffen-SS during the second half of Over produced prior to German surrender.

old postcard: AK Führer Adolf Hitler begrüßt Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg

old postcard: AK Führer Adolf Hitler begrüßt Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg

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