Leibstandarte tank column pauses before entering the maelstrom that is Kharkov. The obsolete Panzer II tanks were used for liaison and reconnaissance tasks at this stage in the war, March 1943.
Panzer III in the Netherlands.
German 600-mm self-propelled mortar “Karl» (Karl Gerät 040)
Fire Adjustment of wing machine guns of the dive bomber Junkers Ju-87 (Ju.87B).
Richard Marowitz, a Jewish-American GI, was present at the search of Hitler’s Munich apartment in April 1945. Finding a black top hat, Marowitz flew into a rage, stomping on the hat and then donning it in imitation of Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator. That same day, Hitler committed suicide in his bunker.
6th SS Mountain Division “Nord”
Panzer grenadiers are going to attack under the guise of “Panther”
German 8 cm GrW 34 mortar team, Stalingrad