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Afrika Korps

Ramblings,Smoke and Mirrors • tanks-a-lot: Afrika Korps.

Musée de Chasseneuil R.N. 10 (86) près de Poitiers

Type 166 VW “Schwimmwagen” was an amphibious vehicle used extensively by the German Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS during the Second World War. All Schwimmwagens were also four wheel drive.

Volkswagen type 166 schwimmwagen. You can row this car and it has a propeller on it's rear - you can drive it on water. It's a combination of bath tub and beetle with an oar :D Loooove.

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Generalmajor von Liebenstein

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Volkswagen VM Typ 166 “Schwimmwagen” by Panzer DB, via Flickr

KDF proto 1936

Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-721-0372-13A, Frankreich, Offiziere in Schwimmkübel - Amphibious vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1943 Volkswagen 166 SCHWIMMWAGEN - A military, amphibious vehicle based on the KdF Wagen (Kraft durch Freude) designed by Ferdinand Porsche, which in turn would later become the famous Volkswagen Beetle. This Schwimmwagen has a retractable screw at the rear. When used in water, it was coupled to a shaft connected to the rear-mounted engine. The exhaust was mounted high on the car so that water could not enter. A spade and paddles (!) were included as standard equipment.


The liberation of Paris in August 1944

German 20 mm AA gun on a Volkswagen Schwimmwagen amphibious vehicle.

The Totenkopf division was one of the "Germanic" divisions of the Waffen-SS. These included 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler, 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich, and 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking.

Vw schwimmwagen at tatton park

Funkwagen @ war and peace 2014

Schwimmwagen at Yorkshire wartime weekend

German World War 2 Colour Kubel

Jeep - Historical German World War 2 Colour Image

German soldiers speaking with a Sicilian boy as they changed a tire on their Kübelwagen, Sicily, Italy 1943.

[Photo] German soldiers speaking with a Sicilian boy as they changed a tire on their Kübelwagen, Sicily, Italy 1943


Rare WW II Era German “Kubelwagen” captured from Rommel’s Afrika Korp in Egypt 1941. It was this very Kubelwagen that was used by US Intelligence to develop Tech Manual E9-803. Fully documented and remarkably preserved!




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