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German Soldier with MG34 Anti-aircraft gun in WW2

A German soldier operating a dual MG 34 anti-aircraft gun mounted in a small trailer

German soldiers photographed after a street fight in Novorossiysk during Operation Edelweiss, the German plan to gain control over the Caucasus region and capture the oil fields of Baku. Novorossiysk, Krasnodar Krai, Soviet Union. September 1942.

bag-of-dirt: “German soldiers photographed after a street fight in Novorossiysk during Operation Edelweiss, the German plan to gain control over the Caucasus region and capture the oil fields of Baku.

A German soldier collects Russian PTRD-41 (Protivotankovoye ruzhyo Degtyaryova, "Degtyaryov Antitank rifle") rifles after the end of battle. The PTRD-41 was a produced and used from early 1941 by the Red Army. It was a single-shot weapon which fired a 14.5x114mm round. Although unable to penetrate the frontal armor of German tanks, it could pierce the thinner sides of early-war German tanks as well as thinly armored self-propelled guns and enemy bunkers. (July-August 1943)

A German soldier collects Russian (Protivotankovoye ruzhyo Degtyaryova, "Degtyaryov Antitank rifle")(July-August J'en voudrais juste un.

German launching cradle for rifle grenades, World War I.

German launching cradle for rifle grenades, World War I. Find our speedloader…

Victoria Cross Warrior: Captured 100 Germans and 500 yards of German Trenches

Victoria Cross Warrior: Captured 100 Germans and 500 yards of German Trenches

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