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  • Alessandro Raffini

    German Oberfeldwebel preparing the primer of a dynamite stick. Russia 16. - 17. July 1944

  • RomANikki

    Eastern Front, Army Group Center, July 1944 German NCO prepares dynamite and fuse to blow up the railway tracks near Grodno.

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