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Kharkov 1943, Kampfgruppe “Kuntsmann”. 7.Kp./SS-Pa.Regt.3 is part of it. Its chief SS-Oberturmführer Behr, is on the left with the headphones. One of his section chiefs share a brief respite with him

Kharkov 1943, Kampfgruppe “Kuntsmann”. 7.Kp./SS-Pa.Regt.3 is part of it. Its chief SS-Oberturmführer Behr, is on the left with the headphones. One of his section chiefs share a brief respite with him

✠ Maximilian von Weichs (12 November 1881 – 27 September 1954) RK 29.06.1940 General der Kavallerie OB 2. Armee 05.02.1945 [731. EL] Generalfeldmarschall OB HGr. F, zugleich OB Südost

✠ Maximilian von Weichs (12 November 1881 – 27 September 1954) RK 29.06.1940 General der Kavallerie OB 2. Armee 05.02.1945 [731. EL] Generalfeldmarschall OB HGr. F, zugleich OB Südost

SS Panzer Truppen.

SS Panzer Truppen.

Nice shot of an officer in Kharkov, 1943

Nice shot of an officer in Kharkov, 1943

German troops take 30 prisoners from the bunker under the south side of the Veldwezelt bridge over the Albert Canal :11th May 1940 10am

German troops take 30 prisoners from the bunker under the south side of the Veldwezelt bridge over the Albert Canal :11th May 1940 10am

Una columna de la motocicleta de las Waffen-SS se detuvo en la calle con un caballo soldados montados en el fondo 1940.

Una columna de la motocicleta de las Waffen-SS se detuvo en la calle con un caballo soldados montados en el fondo 1940.

Capturing the city meant that the Southwestern and Southern Front had to fall back on Voronezh and Stalingrad as their major transport hubs. When, in the second week of October,[9] the dirty weather of the Rasputitsa (the 'mud' season) and the poor logistics in the area between the Dnepr and the front, (all the bridges had collapsed during combat and ice threatened the pontoons), caused the offensive to stall.

Capturing the city meant that the Southwestern and Southern Front had to fall back on Voronezh and Stalingrad as their major transport hubs. When, in the second week of October,[9] the dirty weather of the Rasputitsa (the 'mud' season) and the poor logistics in the area between the Dnepr and the front, (all the bridges had collapsed during combat and ice threatened the pontoons), caused the offensive to stall.

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