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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16410 on: 12-02-2019, 07:02:55 »


Knocked out Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. F2

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16411 on: 12-02-2019, 14:02:56 »


Gramophone has been captured. Aug 8th 1941

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16412 on: 12-02-2019, 15:02:49 »


7TP tank during September Campaign, 1939.

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16413 on: 12-02-2019, 19:02:03 »

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16414 on: 12-02-2019, 19:02:11 »


Gramophone has been captured. Aug 8th 1941
This is one of best ww2 pictures I seen! Funny !

Seth, you started to re-post pictures from all that ww2 pictures you seen  ;D Thats picture was recently posted too
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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16415 on: 13-02-2019, 07:02:25 »


Re-captured Pz.Kpfw. T-34 with a German cupola in Vyborg, June 1944

Trivia-bit: OKH established special distribution of market wares as a premium for recovering a non-operational Pz.Kpfw. T-34; 40 bottles of alcohol, for a complete engine, transmission, gun sight or radio set (6 bottles) and for a complete gun, radiator, starter etc. (1 to 3 bottles).
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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16416 on: 13-02-2019, 12:02:37 »


Rukajärvi, Sept 11th 1941.

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16417 on: 13-02-2019, 13:02:33 »


Waffen SS fighting in the Crimea, 1942.

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16418 on: 13-02-2019, 19:02:36 »
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Gramophone has been captured. Aug 8th 1941
This is one of best ww2 pictures I seen! Funny !


Seth, you started to re-post pictures from all that ww2 pictures you seen  ;D Thats picture was recently posted too

ah my memory is failing ! too much modding for the next next release !


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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16419 on: 13-02-2019, 19:02:00 »
ah my memory is failing ! too much modding for the next next release !

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« Reply #16420 on: 13-02-2019, 20:02:47 »
ah my memory is failing ! too much modding for the next next release !

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Haha, dont overwork yourself!
Next next release... East- west or maybe oposite..
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Re: Picture of the Day
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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16422 on: 14-02-2019, 14:02:27 »
“Bison’s” in France?

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16423 on: 14-02-2019, 15:02:48 »


Polish officer with women of Emilia Plater Independent Women's Battalion from First Polish Army. Eastern Front 1944-45.

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16424 on: 14-02-2019, 16:02:46 »
“Bison’s” in France?

Yup.
The legendary newsreel demonstrating "Bison's" 38 kg HE round:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOFnVIFx_-8

Trivia-bits: sIG 33 auf Pz. I carried only four rounds, but each vehicle was supported by Sd.Kfz.10 carrying extra ammunition. The fighting compartment was only 4 mm thick, sufficient against firearms with lead bullets.