clio_historia (clio_historia) wrote,
clio_historia
clio_historia

Вермахт в фотографиях.

























German soldiers in the position of the burning house during the fighting in Stalingrad.















Männer im Kampf. LAH soldiers under enemy fire.












South Russia 1941: An enemy mortar attack and mg fire forced the advancing men of LAH in the ditch. Now it’s time to head in and stay in cover.









Southern Russia in August 1941: Grenadiers of the LAH on the way to the Black Sea



A group photo of the Gebirgs-Artillerie-Regt. 79 (Mountain-Artillery) about 1938, note the Unteroffiziere mit Portepee (Senior NCOs) they are allowed to wear a sword.









Pz.Kpfw.III near Stalingrad.



Under the supervision of their NCOs, German soldiers in a coastal defense unit undergo training in the disassembly of MG-42 and MG-34 machine guns, somewhere in Northern France, 1944.












Russland 1942: Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS Herbert Otto Gille während einer Befehlsausgabe an der Rostow-Front.






An SS antitank crew fired their 75 mm PaK 97/38 antitank gun against an enemy target.












Waffen-SS in den Kaukasus.















German soldiers hold their position at the Kuban Bridgehead and search for enemy Soviet movement. Existing from January to October 1943, the bridgehead formed after the Germans were pushed out of the Caucasus by the Soviets. The heavily fortified position was intended as a staging area for the Wehrmacht which was to be used to renew attacks towards the oil wells of the Caucasus. Taman Peninsula, Krasnodar Krai, Russia, Soviet Union. March 1943.











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