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A handful of Fallschirmjager from 14th Kompanie-1st Fallschirm. Regt , a JEEP with its trailor, a windfall for the Fallschirmjager who had no transportation vehicle,Saint-Lô, France 1944.

A handful of Fallschirmjager from Fallschirm. Regt are admiring a trophy captured from the Americans, a JEEP with its trailor, a windfall for the Fallschirmjager who had no transportation vehicle,Saint-Lô, France

German paratroopers from the 6th parachute regiment on the ruins of the city Sen Mer Eliz in Normandy, pin by Paolo Marzioli

German paratroopers from the 6th parachute regiment on the ruins of the city Sen Mer Eliz in Normandy, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Fallschirmjager in Ardea (Italy) 1944, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Positions of the Fallschirmjäger-Regiment paratroopers. 11 in the Ardea sector (north of Anzio and Nettuno). Date: February-March Date: February-March 1944 Place: Areda, Italy.

German paratroopers. France , Normandie June 1944

The utter exhaustion and stress of prolonged combat evident on their faces a German Fallschirmjäger (Paratrooper) unit gathers at a crossroads in France

Signalmen from a Fallschirmjäger (Paratrooper) unit check communication lines in France. Of interest is the continued use of the 2nd pattern green step in smock in 1944 despite the wide availability of the Splittertarn camouflaged pattern smock as worn by the Falli on the left.

Signalmen from a Fallschirmjäger (Paratrooper) unit check communication lines in

US tanks in Coreno Ausonio, Italy, on 14 May 1944. The same tanks, manned by Americans, were attached to the French mountain troops making a drive from the Castelforte area on the right flank of the Fifth Army, through the Aurunci Mountains and into the Liri Valley. M5 Stuart light tank (left), M4 Sherman medium tank (right).

US tanks in Coreno Ausonio, Italy, on 14 May The same tanks, manned by…

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