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Luftwaffe Oberleutnant pilot exchanges gifts with a native black Arab in North Africa. The squadron supported the Deutsches Afrikakorps.

A rare photograph showing a German ace of the Luftwaffe wearing an oxygen mask along with varying war decorations including an iron cross 2nd class, a Luftwaffe flying clasp, a pilots observation badge, and two political pins: an NSDAP membership pin and a Hitler Youth pin. It was rather uncommon to see a member of any military branch except the Waffen-SS to adorn political decorations as one's loyalty is to lie solely towards the military, not an outside organization.

A German Luftwaffe pilot wearing his oxygen mask during World War

Hermann Göring during WW1

Hermann Göring Ace of the German aviation of the First World War with With 22 confirmed takedowns . After the death of the Red Baron in he occupied the post of chief of the Jasta

A Luftwaffe officer greets his little girl as he arrives back to the Reich on temporary leave.

Fallschirmjäger Brigade Ramcke --- Oberleutnant Horst Trebes marcha con sus hombres en Hildesheim antes de partir a Africa, verano de 1942. Atrás a la izquierda se ve al Oberleutnant Joachim Grothe. Trebes murió el 29 de julio de 1944 cerca de St. Denys-le-Gast, Francia.

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Generalmajor Ernst Schnarrenberger and Oberst Gerhard Müller from Afrikakorps, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Le "Generalmajor" Ernst Schnarrenberger, commandant de la zone de l'armée arrière 556 (Korück et le "Oberst" Gerhard Müller, Kommandeur Panzer-Regiment 5 / Panzer-Division_

Rudolf Krüger was awarded the Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes (Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross) as Oberfeldwebel (Master Sergeant) in the Company of Infantry Regiment In April 1945 Krüger received the Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves as.

Risultati immagini per manifesto di guerra

Risultati immagini per manifesto di guerra

Afrika Korps troops repatriated to Germany 1944.

Afrika Korps troops repatriated to Germany Most of their comrades ended up in POW camps in Canada and the US. Far better luck. These happy faces almost instantly were re-mobilized to die in battle for the Leader.

Deutsches Afrikakorps (DAK): addestramento ...

"Dedicated to all the young men who answered their countries calls but never wanted war.

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The 19-inch ceremonial baton was once the property of Field Marshal Albert Kesselring of Nazi Germany's Luftwaffe that brought $731,600 at auction, far more than Alex Cooper auctioneers or the baton's owner ever expected. The baton was wrapped in bright blue velvet and adorned with white and yellow gold and enamel insignias and crosses.

The ceremonial baton of Luftwaffe Field Marshal Albert Kesselring.