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Nordafrika, Panzer II, Kraftfahrzeuge. The commander of a Panzer Mk II stands in his turret, another Mk II can be seen in the background.

A Panzer II of the Afrika Korps. Note the faded insignia on the front, left of the handle and just below the turret.-February 1941 - First units of German 'Afrika Korps' arrive in North Africa.

Pzkpfw II Ausf. L "Luchs"

A Panzer II Ausf. L “Luchs” travels through Russia. Purpose built for the Russian terrain, the ‘Lynx’s’ maneuverability was one of the few high points, as its armament and armor proved to be far too.

Panzer II at the Saumur museum. The Panzer II was a provisional, stopgap model, which was mostly used as a scout tank during the war. Late models, like the “Luchs” (Ausf. L), shared nothing but the name with the previous versions.

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Ein deutscher Panzer (pzkpfw II) in Beobachtungsposition in östlichen Cyrenaika.Zwei Mann der Besatzung beim Waschen und BügelnMai 1941 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Afrikafeldzug: Deutscher Panzer in der Cyrenaika

A Panzer 3 Ausf G with the 21st Panzer Division in North Africa during 1942

III № 615 21 Panzer Corps Wehrmacht African accompanies advancing infantry in Egypt

Tiger I tropical version with the 11th SpzAbt 501 in Tunisia

Tiger I number 11 of Schwere Panzer Abteilung 501 in Tunisia, Afrika Korps