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Un StuG IV de la 17. SS-PanzerGrenadier-Division « Götz von Berlichingen » (1…

A StuG IV of PanzerGrenadier-SS-Division "Götz von Berlichingen" Company/SS-Pz. somewhere on the front Normandy, France. This SS unit will be responsible for the massacre of Mail Mesh on 25 August 1944 when 124 civilians were killed.

A Panther tank rumbles forward in the Ardennes, late December 1944. Despite the strength of the 6th SS Panzer Army, it is ironic that the bulk of its units never got into combat. Because of the weather conditions and the wooded terrain, there were many bottlenecks that resulted in tanks being held up in massive jams.

A Panther tank rumbles forward in the Ardennes, late December Despite the strength of the SS Panzer Army, it is ironic that the bulk of its units never got into combat.

Soldiers of 17. SS Panzer-Grenadier Division ''Götz von Berlichingen'' with paratroopers of 6. Fallschirmjäger-Regiment near Carentan, ca. 10th June 1944.

Soldiers of the SS Panzer-Grenadier Division ''Götz von Berlichingen'' with paratroopers from the Fallschirmjäger-Regiment near Carentan, ca.

Battlefront StuG IV Review (GE126)

The StuG IV is the lesser known cousin to the StuG III. As WWII wore with the allies pressing in on Germany and production becoming a problem, there were not enough panzer III chassis to fulfill t…

Panther Ausf A coded 96 of Hptm Pfannkuche's II Battalion 33rd Panzer Regiment 9th Panzer Division, Normandy August 1944!

Photo 2 of a Panther Ausf A nr. 96 of Hptm Pfannkuche's II Battalion Panzer Regiment Panzer Division, Normandy August

Panther of SS-Untersturmführer Neven du Mont from the Wiking Division in a firefight in the summer of This tank has lost some of its Schürzen plates, probably due to damage by enemy fire.

Hummel " 9`th Waffen SS Panzer Division " Hohenstaufen "

A Hummel operating with the Waffen SS Panzer Division 'Hohenstaufen'

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