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Soldados da SS em um caminhão na frente ocidental em 1940. Eles carregam a questão Wehrmacht standard, K98k Mauser rifles

SS soldiers of the SS Panzer Division Das Reich on a truck on the western front in They carry the standard Wehrmacht issue, Mauser rifles

SS soldier shooting with maschinenpistole

Maschinenpistole 40 (MP and MP 38 in Color, pin by Paolo Marzioli

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German Soldiers during World War II They look like SS but their collar insignia has been removed or retouched. Note the Bergmann SMG of the leader.

Royal Marine Commandos attached to 3rd Division for the assault on Sword Beach move through Colleville-sur-Orne on their way to relieve forces at Pegasus Bridge, Normandy, 6 June 1944.

Royal Marine Commandos attached to Division for the assault on Sword Beach move through Colleville-sur-Orne on their way to relieve forces at Pegasus Bridge, Normandy, 6 June

Captured German 88Americans soldiers fire from a captured German 88-mm anti-tank gun PaK 43/41. It was one of the most powerful anti-tank guns of World War II.

A captured German gun. Americans soldiers fire from a captured German anti-tank gun- PaK It was one of the most powerful anti-tank guns of the war. Originally designed as an antiaircraft gun.

✠ German officer and a British bobby at St Helier, the capital of Jersey, during the German occupation of the Channel Islands (June 1940 - May of 1945).

A RARE SCENE! Luftwaffe officer speaks with a British policeman in St Helier, the capital of the island of Jersey, during the German occupation of the Channel Islands - 1941

A Leibstandarte Division MG 34 team in action in Ukraine during Operation Barbarossa, using a tripod “Lafette 34” with telescopic sight for long-range firing.

A Leibstandarte Division MG 34 team in action in Ukraine during Operation Barbarossa, using a tripod “Lafette with telescopic sight for long-range firing 1

OPERATION OVERLORD (THE NORMANDY LANDINGS): D-DAY 6 JUNE 1944

"Come, America, come." US soldiers laden with equipment on Omaha beach 6 June 1944 - once all the initial firing had died down equipment was taken ashore

Soldiers of the SS-Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler Division, resting in a ditch alongside a road on the way to Pabianice, during the invasion of Poland in 1939.

Soldiers of the SS-Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler Division, resting in a ditch alongside a road on the way to Pabianice, during the invasion of Poland in (LOC/Klaus Weill)

Love this photo, ww2 German soldier cycling his Mauser k98

Love this photo, German soldier cycling his Mauser

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