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Crew Panzer relax after battle

A Panzer MK IV crew from the Panzer Division enjoying some cigars together in Normandy. The Panzer Commander seated on the gun mantlet is wearing a cut down Luftwaffe Paratrooper camouflage smock with added Army insignia. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

A young German Leutnant (Lieutenant) and his crew with their Panzer IV Ausf. H of the 22nd Pz. Regt., 21st Pz. Division resting outside 50, Boulevard des Belges, Rouen, France, late in the afternoon of the (*25th of August 1944.)

WEHRMACHT soldiers: A young German Leutnant (Lieutenant) and his crew with their Panzer IV Ausf. H of the Pz. Division resting outside Boulevard des Belges, Rouen, France, late in the afternoon of the of August

After mighty Battle Cherkassy. February 20, 1944. From left to right: SS-Hauptsturmführer Léon Degrelle (Führer 5.SS-Freiwilligen Sturmbrigade "Wallonien"), SS-und Generalleutnant der Gruppenführer Waffen-SS Herbert Otto Gille (Kommandeur 5. SS-Panzer-Division "Wiking"), Adolf Hitler, SS-Brigadeführer Hermann Fegelein (Verbindungsoffizier der Waffen-SS zoom Führerhauptquartier)

Adolf Hitler at award ceremony for Wehrmacht officers from Cherkassy pocket, 18 February 1944

An actual colour photo demonstrating all these vehicles in Dunkelgrau during 1941. A tactical mark on the Pz Kpfw III in the foreground, next to the building seems to indicate these were from the 7th Panzer Division, but I have no supporting documentation. Also notice how the kubelwagen (probably used for scouting) is done in a different colour scheme.

German Camouflage and Tactical Markings – Part I (by AgaresTretiak)

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