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German Offiziers of the 21. Panzer-Division consult a map on the side of an Sd.Kfz. 251A

Northern France, June Panzer driver and army lieutenant. The Germans were holding out against growing allied resources. By late July the game was up and the Nazis fled.

Waffen SS Colonel Max Wunsche, commander of the 12th SS Regiment of the Hitlerjugend Division (bandaged head) with men of the 25th regiment of the SS at Po (village in France) on June 9, 1944. Partly seen on the right side of the image is Rudolf, son of German foreign minister von Ribbentrop.

France, Rots, Le "SS-Obersturmbannführer" Max Wünsche de dos et le "SS-Hauptsturmführer" Rudolf von Ribbentrop (extrême droite) avec.

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Chasseurs de montagne.

Two mountain huntsman Wehrmacht position on the Kola Peninsula The uniforms change, but not so much the young men that fill them. These are German Mountain Troops.

Luftwaffe Field Division

Young German grenadier smiles for the camera sometime in The war is all but lost but he and his comrades persist. He is carrying a Panzerfaust (the German bazooka) and his chances of making it out alive diminish by the day. For the Reich and the Fuhrer.

Lt. Col. Heinz-Günther Guderian after being captured along with the remnants of the 116th Tank Division, April 1945

Lt. Col. Heinz-Günther Guderian after being captured along with the remnants of the 116th Tank Division, April 1945

A young German Leutnant (Lieutenant) and his crew with their Panzer IV Ausf. H of the 22nd Pz. Regt., 21st Pz. Division resting outside 50, Boulevard des Belges, Rouen, France, late in the afternoon of the (*25th of August 1944.)

WEHRMACHT soldiers: A young German Leutnant (Lieutenant) and his crew with their Panzer IV Ausf. H of the Pz. Division resting outside Boulevard des Belges, Rouen, France, late in the afternoon of the of August

British soldier in uniform for hot climates scours German prisoners from the 90th Infantry Division of the Wehrmacht Afrika Korps captured in the area of ​​El Alamein in North Africa.

German prisoners being searched after being captured south of El Alamein, they were members of the German crack division, the Light Div., and were wearing the armband of the Afrikakorps

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