Norwegen, Lappland, Finnland.- Soldat und Unteroffizier mit Fernsprechausrüstung (Feldtelefon) vor leichtem Schützenpanzer (Sd.Kfz. 250/5; Funkwagen) in einem Wald; PK 680.
Southern France, armored personnel carriers, maintenance.
Sdkfz 251/10 ausf. B.
Anton Ludwig August von Mackensen (1849-1945) was a German Field Marshal during World War I and became one of the German Empire's most prominent military leaders. Generalfeldmarschall von Mackensen is seen wearing the Totenkopf "Death's Head" on his head gear, which was a German military emblem since the 18th century (ca. 1918).
Here a crewman prepares to launch his Panzerwerfer. He is standing on the open hatches, through which rockets are being passed. Note a jerrycan wedged behind the forward wheels to help keep the vehicle from moving when the rockets were fired. The back blast from the Nebelwerfer was very powerful and could often move a vehicle as large as this by a foot.
Sd.Kfz. 250/3, Division "Großdeutschland", near Akhtyrka, Russia, 1942/43
Pz.Kpfw.IV "Vorpanzer" ("mejor tanque") la serie de principios (ausf.DE). Estos tanques recibieron pantallas en el blindaje frontal, diseñado para aumentar la capacidad de supervivencia del blindado Esta modificación no es generalizado y fue reemplazado posteriormente por las máquinas más modernas
Panther Ausf.D's of the 26th Panzer Division advancing towards the front between Anzio-Nettu photo was taken February 16th 1944.