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1942, Union Soviétique, Voronej, Des soldats allemands installent des roquettes sur les flancs d'un Wurfrahmens 40 de la 24. Panzer-Division 2/5 | Le Wurfrahmens 40, surnommé "Stuka zu Fuss" tire des 300-mm-Sprengwurfkörpern. Le véhicule de base est un Sd.Kfz. 251

Loading a Nebelwerfer rocket into it's launcher on this modified SdKfz 251 halftrack nicknamed the Stuka zu Fuss.

German AFVs employed by the Poles during the Uprising, pin by Paolo Marzioli

German AFVs employed by the Poles during the Uprising, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Bersaglieri

Italian soldiers belonging to the Reggimento Bersaglieri climb atop and pose for a photo on a Vickers MK VI light tank.

German armored personnel carrier Sd.Kfz.251 / 10 Ausf.C moves along the muddy road in the Soviet countryside

C moves along the muddy road in the Soviet countryside

8,8 cm schwere Panzerjägerkanone 43/41 (8,8 cm PaK 43/41 L… | Flickr

Battle of Falaise - on the left antitank gun Pak 43 cal. On the right of Cromwell from the Regiment of Mounted Riflemen.

German crew and range finder operator measures the distance to the target next to the 88-mm anti-aircraft gun Flak 18 mounted for direct fire in a field near Voronezh. On the trunk caused winning four rings. On hydro-pneumatic nakatnika caused the letter “A” that represents the number of the guns in the battery (in this case the first weapon).

German spotter near a 88 mm FLAK cannon ( actually the 88 mm was an all-purpose gun used both as anti-tank and anti-aircraft ).

The remains of a knocked-out German PzKpfw IV tank, blown up by sappers to prevent it being recovered by the enemy, 2 November 1942.

The remains of a knocked-out German PzKpfw IV tank, blown up by sappers to prevent it being recovered by the enemy, 2 November

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