M5 Tank Destroyer
Captured by Americans Sdkfz. 251/20 Ausf. D “Uhu” mit Infrarot-Nachtsichgerät
A decimated German Sturmpanzer "Brummbar", probably at Kursk, 1943
Abandoned Brummbars at Budapest
THE STURMTIGER. One of the few pictures of this wonderful beast!! Only 18 built during the war. Fires a 380mm rockets with a big explosion following, proper German fireworks!
15 cm s.I.G. 33 B (Sfl.) auf Fahrgestell Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf. H
The Sdkfz 254 was a fully tracked armoured scout car employed by Wehrmacht during World War II.
12.8 cm FlaK 40 heavy anti-aircraft gun, one of the effective weapons of its type during WWII.
12.8 cm Flak 40 on railway cars
Battleship Gneisenau was a German capital ship, built at Kiel and launched on 8 December 1936. Completed in May 1938, the ship was armed with a main battery of nine 28 cm (11 in) C/34 guns in three triple turrets.On the 26 February, the British launched an air attack; one bomb penetrated her armored deck and exploded in the ammunition magazine. In 1945, she was sunk as a blockship, to prevent access in the seaport of Gotenhafen (Gdynia) in German-occupied Poland.
Heinkel He 162 "Salamander"
Troops of the 150th Infantry Division of the Red Army strike a pose on the steps of the ruined Reichstag in Berlin. In the foreground, the 14-year boy in uniform is the adopted son of the division's Artemenkov Regiment, May 1945.
Stalingrad, Aug 10, 1942: A German PaK 38 anti-tank gun deployed at a crossroads in a counter-infantry role. The German 6th Army troops engaged in the street fighting had little, if any, experience in urban battle and brought their standard weapons to the fight. Moving an artillery piece like the one in this photo in streets literally blocked by debris was next to impossible. But the Germans slogged it out nevertheless -- and lost.
German soldiers disguised in a 50-mm anti-tank gun PaK 38 in Stalingrad.
In this 1916 file photo, German troops man a machine gun post from a trench at the Vistula River in Russia during World War One.
MAY 27 1918 - Third Battle of the Aisne Begins
Troops lined up in Trench during the war in Switzerland
“In this 1917 photo, an Italian soldier stands in front of an executed soldier during the First World War in Italy. ”
A german "beware of death" sign above an unexploded shell stuck in a tree WW1.
A stormed British trench near Comines, 1918.
German bodies lay dead after a battle. It shows the gruesome sceneries that Paul had to deal with on a day to day basis
Frozen German Officer in Mabompre, Belgium by Unknown Artist
Children playing on a Tiger II, which was abandoned after it became stuck.