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Armoured train in combat: A German armoured train with guns trained on the enemy, Russia February 5th 1942

Armoured train in combat: A German armoured train with guns trained on the enemy, Russia February 1942

UNCENSORED HISTORY: Dark Chapters Of History: Images Of War, History , WW2: Elite Waffen SS Soldiers: TOTENKOPF: 3rd SS Panzer Division

Rare pictures and Images of the Totenkopf Waffen SS Division in action during the Second World War.

10 Famous and Notorious Guns from History -        There are now more than three hundred million guns in the United States of America alone. At the end of World War II in 1945, the Soviet army was shelling Berlin with 43,000 artillery pieces. So whatever your opinion on how they should be regulated in America, guns have been a gigantic... - http://toptenz.net

10 Famous and Notorious Guns from History

Massive German railway gun.

The Hobby Boss German Krupp K(E) Railway Gun Dora in scale from the plastic railway gun model range accurately recreates the real life German railway gun from World War II. This plastic railway gun kit requires paint and glue to complete.

Invasion of Poland, Sept 1939, Railroad artillery ready to open fire; 150 mm guns in the foreground coupled by 170 mm in the background.

Invasion of Poland, Sept Railroad artillery ready to open fire; 150 mm guns in the foreground coupled by 170 mm in the background.

Schwerer Gustav  (English: Heavy Gustaf , or Great Gustaf ) and Dora  were the names of two massive World War II German 80 cm K (E) railway ...

vintage everyday: Gustav Gun - The Largest Gun Ever Built

Panzerjäger Tiger(P) „Elefant“ früher „Ferdinand“ mit 8,8 cm Pa.K. 43/2 (Sd.Kfz. 184)

Panzerjäger Tiger(P) „Elefant“ früher „Ferdinand“ mit cm Pa.

800mm Schwerer Gustav Railway Gun

The Schwerer Gustav, one of two railway seige guns used by Nazi Germany during World

Waffen SS Helmet | Stukas Over Stalingrad - A Waffen‑SS M‑35 D D Helmet.

Waffen SS Helmet | Stukas Over Stalingrad - A Waffen‑SS M‑35 D D Helmet.

15 Sep 45: The 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, now better known as the "Ghost Army" tactical deception unit, is deactivated. The 1,100-man unit had been given a unique mission within the Army to impersonate other US Army units to deceive the enemy with a traveling road show of inflatable tanks, sound trucks, phony radio transmissions and playacting. More: http://scanningwwii.com/a?d=0915&s=450915 #WWII

15 Sep The Headquarters Special Troops, now better known as the "Ghost…

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