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This Marder II (Sd.Kfz. 131) was nicknamed "Kohlenklau [de]" (Coal thief), after a propaganda caricature which was very popular in Germany from 1942 o
This Marder II (Sd.Kfz. 131) was nicknamed "Kohlenklau [de]" (Coal thief), after a propaganda caricature which was very popular in Germany from 1942 onward.
A Waffen-SS Marder II and its crew somewhere in Southern Russia during the Wehrmacht's raid into the Caucasus. The vehicle depicted is the Sd.Kfz. 132
A Waffen-SS Marder II and its crew somewhere in Southern Russia during the Wehrmacht's raid into the Caucasus. The vehicle depicted is the Sd.Kfz. 132 variant, also known as a 'LaS76', based on the early Panzer II Ausf. D/E chassis mounting a captured Soviet 76 mm gun.
The Marder II "coal thief", recognizable by the cartoon painted on both sides, on the Eastern Front in 1943. The ring markings on the barrel of the gu
The Marder II "coal thief", recognizable by the cartoon painted on both sides, on the Eastern Front in 1943. The ring markings on the barrel of the gun indicate 19 claimed kills for the vehicle.
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Two American M10 tank destroyers in Belgium during World War II
Two American M10 tank destroyers in Belgium during World War II
Panzerjäger I
Panzerjäger I
Jagdpanther
Jagdpanther
Jagdtiger
Jagdtiger